40. Next, select the Orthogonal Line tool
to draw the page rules for the header. . This tool is
for drawing horizontal and vertical lines.
Make sure you don't accidentally select the Line
. The Line tool is for drawing lines without any
constraints. You may inadvertently draw a "horizontal"
or "vertical" line with this tool. If
you do it may not be true horizontal or vertical
but only appear that way. Even if you set
the line to true horizontal or vertical using the
Modify item dialog (by clicking Item > Modify)
or by using the Measurements palette, it is too
risky to have such an object floating around in
your document. One slight click with the mouse and
you won't notice it until it is output on film!
41. Place the mouse on the left margin then drag a line
to the right margin until it snaps.
42. As soon as you release the mouse button, the Content
tool is selected by default. Place the cursor directly
over the line until you see the cursor shape shown below.
Double-click to bring up the modify item dialog (or click
Item > Modify).
43. In the "Line" tab of the dialog, choose
4 points from the "Line Width" pull-down and
Gold from "Color" pull-down, then click "OK".
44. In the Measurements palette enter 41 points for the
y-coordinate. The x-coordinate should already be at 36
points because the line should have snapped to the left
45. Select the Item tool and press Ctrl-C (Windows®)
or Cmd-C (Mac®) to copy the line.
46. Then press Ctrl-V (Windows) or Cmd-V (Mac) to paste
a copy of the line onto the page.