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I want it to be an underline, not just inserting a line. So after the text
ends, I want to be able to carry the underline to the end of that line.
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You could add a tab stop at the end of the line and then press TAB at the
end of the text. The underline formatting will be applied to the tab
character as well.

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ends, I want to be able to carry the underline to the end of that line.



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You could add a tab stop at the end of the line and then press TAB at the
end of the text. The underline formatting will be applied to the tab
character as well.

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I want it to be an underline, not just inserting a line. So after the text
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I spent some time researching and finally found the answer I was looking for
in a 2004 question/answer discussion groups. If you hold the Control +Shift
+Space bar the line will continue to the point you want it to stop. Or you
can tab to where you want the line to end and hit Control +Shift +Space bar.

"Ricky Martin" wrote:

I want it to be an underline, not just inserting a line. So after the text
ends, I want to be able to carry the underline to the end of that line.

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I spent some time researching and finally found the answer I was looking for
in a 2004 question/answer discussion groups. If you hold the Control +Shift
+Space bar the line will continue to the point you want it to stop. Or you
can tab to where you want the line to end and hit Control +Shift +Space bar.

"Ricky Martin" wrote:

I want it to be an underline, not just inserting a line. So after the text
ends, I want to be able to carry the underline to the end of that line.



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Using a tab stop would seem easier than adding multiple nonbreaking spaces
(which is what Ctrl+Shift+SpaceBar does).

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"Ricky Martin" wrote in message
...
I spent some time researching and finally found the answer I was looking
for
in a 2004 question/answer discussion groups. If you hold the Control
+Shift
+Space bar the line will continue to the point you want it to stop. Or you
can tab to where you want the line to end and hit Control +Shift +Space
bar.

"Ricky Martin" wrote:

I want it to be an underline, not just inserting a line. So after the
text
ends, I want to be able to carry the underline to the end of that line.



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Using a tab stop would seem easier than adding multiple nonbreaking spaces
(which is what Ctrl+Shift+SpaceBar does).

--
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"Ricky Martin" wrote in message
...
I spent some time researching and finally found the answer I was looking
for
in a 2004 question/answer discussion groups. If you hold the Control
+Shift
+Space bar the line will continue to the point you want it to stop. Or you
can tab to where you want the line to end and hit Control +Shift +Space
bar.

"Ricky Martin" wrote:

I want it to be an underline, not just inserting a line. So after the
text
ends, I want to be able to carry the underline to the end of that line.



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