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Looking for free border designs, and have found the add-on easy search tool required for most of them. Their web site has the add-on for Firefox, but how safe is it? Thanks.
After having more time to think about this, I tried using Printmaster, and with my wife's help, have found a border pattern that satisfies my needs. Just printed up some stationery, then printed my document from wordpad. Thanks for all of the replies. Solved!Diese Antwort im Kontext lesen 👍 0
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I would suggest that you use addons.mozilla.org only; however, Please send the link (it will be moderated) so that one of us can look at it.
You should read the reviews that others posted on the Addon site for the addons your interested in-that will give you a insight what users say are Pro/Con.
Thank you Amelia for your quick response. Here is a link to the add-on.
Does this sound like what you're looking for?
The Easy Search Tool add-on provides you with a default search addon that includes the ability to perform web searches powered by Bing.com from your address bar.
I think they're saying they want you to change how you search so they can make money off of you in exchange for giving you what you're looking for. Not sure it's a worthwhile trade-off.
What kind of borders are you looking for?
I was just looking for some decorative borders to for use on wordpad. Thought that might be an easier option than trying to find inkjet paper with the borders already on it. Thanks
Forgot to mention that I really like Firefox, and have no interest in either Bing or Chrome.
I am with Jscher2000 here. There is little reason to install this add-on, as it seems unuseful, and is likely malicious.
According to a microsoft forum post (how-do-i-border-or-outline-a-document-in-wordpad/33a496ad-f18a-457d-9437-ffd0b5487fff), Wordpad does not support borders, because of its simplicity.
They suggested that you should use Word or a word alternative (like libreoffice or openoffice) if you wanted this functionality.
After having more time to think about this, I tried using Printmaster, and with my wife's help, have found a border pattern that satisfies my needs. Just printed up some stationery, then printed my document from wordpad. Thanks for all of the replies. Solved!