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Hi Charles,

charles meyer schrieb am 15-Aug-20 um 22:56:
I've Googled this to no avail.

If I Right-Click the U on the toolbar for underlining I can then underline
but it provides the same color as the text I've written.

I want the text to appear white but the underline to be red.

I right clicked U and then chose Edit and then Color but it changed the
lettering (word) to red so both the underline and the word became red.

Do not use the toolbar icon. Select the text and then use the dialog. You get the dialog:
A) Menu Format > Character... > Tab Fonteffect.
B) Sidebar, pane Properties, section Character. Open the drop-down of the Underline icon and choose item 'More Options...' In the dialog, you can set the underline color independently from the font color.

Kind regards

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