Actually, you DID understand my question. And I discovered, after
submitting the question, that the tab spaces DID underline and I ended
up using that solution in this case. But I still wanted to understand
how to move the line appropriately since I do at times have need of
lines where underlining won't work.
I've been using LO for MANY years and early on (perhaps it was before
the split with OpenOffice) tab spaces didn't underline. I stupidly just
assumed it still worked that way. Egg on my face.
But I really appreciate the support from this group!
On 3/10/22 12:21 AM, John Kaufmann wrote:
On 2022-03-09 17:00, Carl Paulsen wrote:
I have inserted a line into a text document and have a few questions.
... I have done this in the past using tab spaces with a right
justified tab, but LO won't underline tab spaces. ...
At the conclusion of her elegant reply to your question, Regina advised,
It would be good, if you describe the purpose of such line. There
might exist a totally different solution for your goal.
In particular, when you say that, "I have [made a line] using tab
spaces with a right justified tab, but LO won't underline tab spaces",
I wonder what you mean, since LO's Right Tab setting includes the
underline as one of the options for Fill Character (fourth choice). So
I'm surely not understanding your question and/or approach. Could
please clarify what you are doing?
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