How do I double underline the selected text in Microsoft office?

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How do I double underline the selected text in Microsoft Office?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #124523

How do I double underline the selected text in Microsoft office?

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Hello Aziz2k9,

Allow me to teach you how to double underline a word in Microsoft Office Word.
  • Open the Microsoft Office Word and type the word you wish to double underline on the document
  • Highlight it ( as shown on the image below )
  • And then on the Home Tab, and on the Font Box, just click the dropdown arrow beside the Underline style Box

  • Then choose the Double Underline Style Image
  • You maybe able to select any underline style as well on that Underline Style Box.
  • Below is an image to help you more on doing this:
     
 
I hope this helps you.
Answered By 0 points N/A #124526

How do I double underline the selected text in Microsoft office?

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Dear Aziz2k9, 

I appreciate your interest in knowing how to double underline a selected text in Microsoft Office.

This can be done by launching Font Dialog Box. You can launch the Font Dialog Box by the following ways: 

  1. In the Menu bar, click ‘Format’ and select ‘Font’ using mouse. Alternatively, you can type Alt+O and then type ‘F’ so that the Font Dialog box is launched.
     
  2. You can also launch the Font Dialog box by selecting a text; right click on the mouse; choosing ‘Font’.

Once the Font Dialog box is launched, click the ‘Underline Style’ drop down. It lists the different types of Underlines. Choose the ‘Double Underline Style’ and then click ‘OK’. 
 

 

I hope the above solution helps. Please do reply if you need further explanation.

Regards,

Uma Suresh

Answered By 0 points N/A #124527

How do I double underline the selected text in Microsoft office?

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When you are using MS Word:

  • Click on format, then font menu, you will have to click on underline and choose variety of underlines.
  • Click on the double underline and then click OF
  • To use the shortcut style, click on Ctrl + Alt  and = sign to get the double underline.

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