In addition to attaching graphic images to text, you can attach lines or rules to text to create a variety of effects. Take a look at page 2 of the final file. The table of contents is in front of a striped background. The orange stripes are not graphic elements, but rules, defined as part of the paragraph styles applied to the table of contents text.
To format the table of contents, you will first place the contents text. Then you define a paragraph style that positions wide rules behind alternate lines of text.
Pan the window so that you can see all of the empty space in the lower right corner of the page.
Select the pointer tool, and then choose File > Place. Select 07TextA.doc in the 07Lesson folder, be sure ...