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How do you underline text on a computer?

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To underline text in a word processing program, select the text to be underlined and click the respective "Underline" button in the formatting menu. To select the text, place the cursor at one end of the line of text, click and hold the left mouse button, and drag the mouse to highlight the text to be underlined.

If the formatting buttons are hidden, you can reveal them by clicking View and scrolling down to the section that deals with toolbars. Pressing the Control key and the U key on a PC or the Command key plus the U key on a Mac also underlines text or removes underlining after text is selected. These instructions are based on using Microsoft Word, but they also work in Google Drive.

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