Sometimes we need to add a divider line to distinguish between different things in a Word document, and the most common way to draw a divider is through the line tool in the Drawing toolbar.
In fact, there is a simpler way to draw a divider line easily. This requires five keys on the keyboard: "~", "#", "*", "-", "=".
You can get a divider by simply putting the cursor on one line, and then pressing any of the five symbols in succession (at least three times).
Which, "~": can draw a wavy line; # ": Can draw a solid line;" * ": can draw a dashed line;" -": You can draw a fine line;" = ": You can draw a double line.
The symbols correspond to the lines as shown in Figure 1: