Why underline your text with a simple black line when you can do much more?
In Microsoft Word 2000, Select the text to be underlined then right-click and select "Font".
Now, underneath the "Underline Style" pulldown, select your desired underline type. You can use a solid line, dashes, waves, and more. Plus, underneath "Underline Color" you can make underlines in a different color than the normal text color. Check out the "Preview" section to see how your underline will look.
When you are done, press "OK" to close the dialog box.
Press the "print" button on your browser or select "File" - "Print" to print this tip. Then,
return to Microsoft Word 2000 - Fancy Underlining.
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