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Well you could try the Unicode combining glyphs -- U+035F COMBINING DOUBLE MACRON BELOW

Enter "U+0059U+035fU+006fU+035fU+0075U+035fU+0072" and then toggle with <Alt>+X, effectiveness will 
vary by font.

Alternatively, LO provides an artificial underline effect from the 'Format Chracter' dialog (Format 
-> Character on main menu) on the 'Font Effects' tab: Underlining decoration.

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