If you frequently use tables in Word, you probably know how to add a border to a cell. However, did you know that you can also add a border to just the contents of a cell?

You can add a border to the contents of a table cell in Word 2002 using the steps described below:

  1. Click inside the cell whose contents you want to add a border.
  2. From the Format menu, click Borders and Shading.
  3. Use the various controls to select the type of border you want to apply.
  4. Click the drop down arrow under Apply to and click Paragraph.
  5. Click OK. Word will place a border around the text within the cell.