On Sat, 15 Aug 2020 16:56:38 -0400
charles meyer <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
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
If you want an underline, as opposed to a border, then if you edit the
style and choose Font Effects then the colour of the underline can be
chosen immediately to the right of the underline style.
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