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How do I double underline text in the document? Is it even possible?
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How do I double underline text in the document? Is it even possible?


Yes, it's possible. Select the text to be underlined, right-click it and choose
Font. In the Font dialog, open the Underline dropdown and choose the double
underline.

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Word's default keyboard shortcut for double-underlining is Ctrl+Shift+D.

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How do I double underline text in the document? Is it even possible?


Yes, it's possible. Select the text to be underlined, right-click it and
choose
Font. In the Font dialog, open the Underline dropdown and choose the
double
underline.

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Thanks, Herb. I almost never use double-underlining, so I forgot that it
even had a shortcut.

Herb Tyson [MVP] wrote:
Word's default keyboard shortcut for double-underlining is
Ctrl+Shift+D.

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On Sun, 6 Apr 2008 18:08:00 -0700, procrastinator_070
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How do I double underline text in the document? Is it even possible?


Yes, it's possible. Select the text to be underlined, right-click it
and choose
Font. In the Font dialog, open the Underline dropdown and choose the
double
underline.

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I type a lot of financial data that requires double underlines for the final
totals, but I still don't remember the shortcut; I have a toolbar button for
it. g

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Thanks, Herb. I almost never use double-underlining, so I forgot that it
even had a shortcut.

Herb Tyson [MVP] wrote:
Word's default keyboard shortcut for double-underlining is
Ctrl+Shift+D.

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On Sun, 6 Apr 2008 18:08:00 -0700, procrastinator_070
wrote:

How do I double underline text in the document? Is it even possible?

Yes, it's possible. Select the text to be underlined, right-click it
and choose
Font. In the Font dialog, open the Underline dropdown and choose the
double
underline.

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How do I double underline text in the document? Is it even possible?


Herb is a really dumb name tbh
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On Sunday, April 6, 2008 at 6:13:12 PM UTC-7, Jay Freedman wrote:
On Sun, 6 Apr 2008 18:08:00 -0700, procrastinator_070
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How do I double underline text in the document? Is it even possible?


Yes, it's possible. Select the text to be underlined, right-click it and choose
Font. In the Font dialog, open the Underline dropdown and choose the double
underline.

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Can you do triple underline?
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