5 years ago in MS Word

If you need to double underline a word, how will you do that?

[A] From Format menu choose Font option and then from Font tab open Underline Style and select Double Underline
[B] Go to Format menu and then Font option. Open Underline Style and choose Double Underline
[C] Click double underline tool on formatting toolbar
[D] Select the text then choose Format >> Font and on Font tab open Underline Style and choose Double Underline
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nidhi - 2 years ago

than choose the (format)font and open the underline style and select the double underline option

nidhi - 2 years ago

d is the right answer cos first of all you have to select the all text that you want to double underline

KUMAR ABHISHEK - 3 years ago

THERE IS NO SUCH STEPS AVAILABLE IN MS WORD...DONT GIVE WRONG MESSAGE...KINDLY EXPLAIN CLEARLY

Lucky Lali
Lucky Lali - 1 week ago

Lucky Lali from Jharsuguda, India is saying From Format menu choose Font option and then from Font tab open Underline Style and select Double Underline is correct answer

Richard Mensah
Richard Mensah - 1 month ago

Richard Mensah from Cape Coast, Ghana is saying Select the text then choose Format >> Font and on Font tab open Underline Style and choose Double Underline is correct answer

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