webCommunicator
Reference Guide

Previous Page | Next Page

menubar
CLPad

Reference Guide The Editor TEXT Horizontal Line

Horizontal Line

Horizontal line, also known as horizontal rule, is a divider that cuts the page into parts and spans from one side of the document to the other.

To add a horizontal line to the text, press the Horizontal Line button on the toolbar. Once added, the horizontal line is inserted into the document on the location of the cursor.

This is useful for both aesthetic purposes of breaking up the way a page looks, as well as practical purposes, allowing you to section off a page based on information differentiation for the sake of clarity. This will allow your viewers to clearly identify which information goes with which information and which is separate, by physically separating them from each other, while still allowing you to display them on the same page. This works well for information updates, for example.

Section 1

Vel roto ex diam suscipit incassum in volutpat interdico exputo eros ne ibidem vicis. Eu feugiat illum populus, nonummy utrum, ulciscor huic nutus obruo commoveo. Quidne ymo tation utrum ibidem hendrerit duis cui nostrud refoveo os refero, ut iusto inhibeo. Aptent augue vel dolore accumsan olim camur facilisi lenis praesent vel autem indoles secundum.


Section 2

Vel roto ex diam suscipit incassum in volutpat interdico exputo eros ne ibidem vicis. Eu feugiat illum populus, nonummy utrum, ulciscor huic nutus obruo commoveo. Quidne ymo tation utrum ibidem hendrerit duis cui nostrud refoveo os refero, ut iusto inhibeo. Aptent augue vel dolore accumsan olim camur facilisi lenis praesent vel autem indoles secundum.


Section 3

Vel roto ex diam suscipit incassum in volutpat interdico exputo eros ne ibidem vicis. Eu feugiat illum populus, nonummy utrum, ulciscor huic nutus obruo commoveo. Quidne ymo tation utrum ibidem hendrerit duis cui nostrud refoveo os refero, ut iusto inhibeo. Aptent augue vel dolore accumsan olim camur facilisi lenis praesent vel autem indoles secundum.