The steps for setting a table border in word2013 are as follows:
Step one: Open a document containing a table with Word2013, double-click the button in the upper-left corner of the table, you can switch the document to the table Tools-> Design tab, and we select the Borders and Shading option under borders in the border group.
Step two: The Border and Shading dialog box pops up, we select the Borders tab, click the box item in the Settings group, and then in the Style box, select the border style you like, for example, the one we're solid.
Step three: Then click the Drop-down button to the right of the color box and choose your favorite border color, for example, we now choose orange, coloring 6.
Step Four: We now click the Drop-down button on the right side of the Width drop-down box to select the width of the border that you want, for example, we now select "2.25 Points" and click the OK button.
Step five: This will return to the document, we found that the border has been applied to the style we set, below, we set the table's inner border. Click the Drop-down button to the right of stroke weight in the Borders group, and select the width of the inner border that we prefer, for example, we now select 1.0 points.
Step Six: Click the mouse in the table, you will find that the mouse pointer presents a brush state, we can drag the mouse to draw the table's inner border, the drawing process and the effect of the drawing as shown in the figure.
Step Seven: After you've plotted all of the table's inner borders, you can see the following effects.