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MS Word Multiple Columns, change color of "Line Between"

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Does anyone know if it is possible, and how to, change the color of the line between columns of text when using muliple columns for page setup in MS Word... ?

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its not possible - based on these posts by some MS Word MVP's but one does give a work around
http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/office/forum/office_2007-word/formatting-line-between-columns/b48ab0d5-945c-4bf5-8fe3-f71236c56380
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