I have an older document that has worked well for years. It is a listing of
Library book titles of authors that I am interested in. As I check out a
book I use the "line" function to draw a line through the book title.
The line (in a sense I am using it as an "overstrike") has always been
black. My pages now have several hundred book titles with lines drawn
through them (and many more that are, as yet, unread and thus have no line).
Recently when I opened the document, all of the lines have changed from
black to a light blue color. I do not know why they have changed from black
to blue. I know that I can change the line color back to black but, so far,
I have only found how to do it one line at a time. Since there are hundreds
of titles with lines drawn through them, it will take me weeks to return all
of the drawn lines to black.
Is there some way to convert *all* of the lines back to black in one easy
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