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filling in underlines in word

Posted on 2013-05-29
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when you type a list in word, is it possible to underline the rest of the space automatically?

example

First_____1
Second____2
Third_____3
4_________4
FiveFive__5
six6______6
SeV_______7
88________8

etc

there could be a space or tab after the underscores...
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by:GrahamSkan
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Yes, use a tab to separate the two parts and set the tab leader to be an underscore.
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Note that the tab leader is set in the Tabs dialogue, opened by the 'Tabs...' button on the Paragraph dialogue, which itself is opened by the little arrow in the bottom right of the Paragraph group on the Home tab.
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Thank you!
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