A Microsoft Word file contains a single document, so Word applies many of your formatting choices to every page in the file. For example, page numbers, page colors and watermarks extend throughout the document. Similarly, when you apply a page border to one page, Word adds it to every page. To place the border around a single page, you'll need to isolate the page as its own section. For example, if one page in an employee handbook breaks from the book's larger text, assign that page its own section with its own border.
Listed below are links to borders that are considered full page designs. Just click on any link to see a particular border. Then you can print the border, copy the border or simply close or minimize the window or tab to return to the list of full page borders and choose another.
Many small frame border graphics can be used as picture frames or to ake small labels and gift tags. Use large page size border frames to design scrapbook layouts, party invites, certificates, stationery, flyers, posters, menus and signs.