How to make a partition on a single hub by making line into different paragraphs?
This is rather easy. If you open a Word document and make a line of ----------- and press Enter, Word will make it into a single line.
You can then use Print Screen to take a picture of it. Edit the picture in MS Paint to cut the image down to just the line with a little bit of white above and below it and save it. You can then add this image in between two text capsules.
Hope this helps!
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