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Tech tips: How to insert frame into document in Word?

Posted In MS office - By Techtiplib on Tuesday, October 30th, 2012 With No Comments »

By default, MS Word 2007/2010 doesn’t display Frame function in the Ribbon. If you want to insert frames into document, you need to add Frame function to the Ribbon first. This tutorial will show you the way to add Frame function and insert frames into document.

Insert frames into document in Word

Do as follows to find Frame function in Word:

Step 1: Right-click the Ribbon and choose Customize Quick Access Toolbar.

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Step 2: In the Word Option dialog, please Commands Not in the Ribbon from the Choose commands from.

Step 3: Select Insert Frame and click the Add button. See screenshot:

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After add Frame function into the Quick Access Toolbar, you can use it to insert Frame in the document.

Insert frames into document in Word 2010

Do as follows to find Frame function in Word 2010:

Step 1: Click Options from File tab;

Step 2: Click Customize Ribbon;

Step 3: Check Developer option in Main Tabs;

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Step 4: Click OK, and Developer will show in the Ribbon (if don’t, reopen Word).

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Insert frame into Word document, as follows:

Step 1: Click Developer tab, click Legacy Forms in Controls group;

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