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Thursday, February 23, 2012

Underline text passages in colors other than black.(Word 2003, 2007, 2010)

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             If you underline parts of your text, Word generally uses the same color for the whole selection. But at times you may want to underline text in a diff erent color to set a clear focus.
             Mark the concerned text passage and click on 'Format | Fonts'. In the newer Word versions, click on the multi-function bar on the tab 'Home' and then in the area 'Font Style' on the small arrow pointing downwards next to the title.
              In the following dialogue, select 'Font'. In the tab 'Font' select in the combo-field 'Underline style ' the desired format. If you select 'Only Words' then it will underline only words and not the spaces. The rest of the options underline the entire selected text including the spaces. You can also choose between simple, double, dashed, dotted, styles of underlining etc. As soon as you select an option the 'Underline Color' box gets activated. From here you can select the color of your choice. Confirm the selection with 'OK'.
               Later if you underline text using [Ctrl] + [Shift] + [U] or by clicking on the icon in the toolbar, then it will go back to the original setting i.e. a simple black underline. In case you frequently need a different color underline, for instance red, then you can record a macro and execute it with a customized shortcut as and when required.


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