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Adding Horizontal Separator Line Between Text and Top of Footer

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With Microsoft Word how can I add a thin horzontal separator line that extends from the left margin to the right margin that separates the header and footer from the body of the document. I need to add such a line at the bottom of the header block and add one one at the top (above the page number) of the footer block?
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Place your cursor where you want the line, Format -> Borders and Shading. Pick a line size and click on the box where you want the line (e.g. bottom of the sample box). A line should appear. ... T
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