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Underlining part of the value of a cell in Excel

=IF(D64<>"","Discounted Cash Value for the Next "&D64&" Years (from Schedule One)","You must enter a name in B43")

When D64=7, the line appears...

Discounted Cash Value for the Next 7 Years (from Schedule One)

Can just the 7 or whatever the resulting number be underlined?
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Bill Golden

8/22/2022 - Mon
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I did not think there would be a precise solution.  Will try the VBA solution but will need more help in understanding how to run that option.  Thanks.
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