I already know how to do horizontal lines. It seems like the keyboard is supposed to have a symbol for vertical lines which I don't see. Any suggestions?
Since this is a LaTeX forum, I thought I'd share this. I read recently that there are three ways to type a vertical bar in LaTeX: | (synonym: \vert), \lvert and \rvert, and \mid. The first produces an ordinary math symbol like letters and digits (class \mathord); the second makes opening and closing delimiters (\mathopen and \mathclose), and the third produces a binary relation (\mathrel). Each class is inserts its own spaces. For example, there is a thin space \, between an ordinary symbol and an operator, but no space between an opening delimiter and an operator: compare $\displaystyle |\sin x|$ and $\displaystyle \lvert\sin x\rvert$. The relation \mid is good for set notation $\displaystyle \{x\in\mathbb{N}\mid x<5\}$ and to denote divisibility.