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How to Make Words Underlined and Extend the Width of the Sheet in Microsoft Word

Heyas,

Do do I make Words Underlined and Extend the Width of the Sheet in Microsoft Word 2007.

This there a keyboard shortcut.
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Silic0neS0ul

I found this steps to change the page width:
In Word 2007 and 2010:

1. Click the Page Layout tab on the Ribbon.
2. Click the little arrow in the lower-right corner of the Page Setup group.
3. Click the Paper tab.
4. Set the paper width.
5. Click OK.
To underline words in word you can use: ctrl-u.  With the extending of the width I guess you mean margins? Here is the official documentation about everything you can do with the margins :) http://office.microsoft.com/en-ca/word-help/change-or-set-page-margins-HP001226492.aspx
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Heyas,

No mean like this.

See attached

Currently I have to hold the shift and hit the line button on my keyboard like so ________________________________________

Is there any to that word underlined along with rest of the line in an easier fashion.

Thank you.
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You can select the word or sentence you want to underline and hit U button.
You can see how it looks like in the image.
Underline blank spaces

Open the link and scroll down to Underline blank spaces for an online document

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/word-help/underline-text-or-spaces-HP010014410.aspx#BM4

good luck ;)
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Heyas,

None of those worked. Separate query how do you make text float above an underline by a greater margin. I might have a workaround for my issue.

Thank you.
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Please try using the Border function. Apply ONLY the bottom border to the PARAGRAPH.

Please note that if you hit Enter on this line, only the second line will have a border, so press eenter FIRST, then return to the original line to add the border.User generated imageBorder.docx
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Hi Paul,

Cheers mate that got it. :)
Good - glad to help...

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