How to easily insert frame into document in Word?
By default, MS Word 2007/2010/2013 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.
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1. Right-click the Ribbon and choose Customize Quick Access Toolbar....
2. In the Word Option dialog, please check Commands Not in the Ribbon box from the Choose commands from.
3. Select Insert Frame and click Add button. Finally click OK button to close the dialog. See screenshot:
4. After adding Frame icon into the Quick Access Toolbar, you can directly click on the icon to insert frame into the document.
1. In Word 2010 and 2013, please click File > Options > Customize Ribbon.
2. In Word Options dialog, check the Developer box in the right pane. See screenshot:
3. Click OK, the Developer tab will show on the Ribbon (if don’t, reopen Word)
4. You just need to click Developer > Legacy Forms > Insert Framebutton to start the Frame inserting. See screenshot:
With Kutools for Word, users can easily insert frames into document without adding Frame function to Word manually.
1. Please apply this utility by clicking Kutools > More > Frame > Frame. See screenshot:
2. Now, you can start inserting Frame in the document.
For more information about Frame, please visit: Frame feature description.
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