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Subject:Re: Overlines, continued From:Lynda Straus <Lynda_Straus -at- THEMONEYSTORE -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 10 Mar 1999 16:32:07 -0800
Hey, try this - worked for me . . .
Insert a text box, then with your cursor positioned in the text box,
select Insert/Symbol, select the normal text option, and click on the
one symbol that looks (on my system, anyway) like it could work for an
overline mark. Click on Insert as many times as you need for the length
of the word to be overlined. Then select the box line color as None, so
it will be invisible, and move the box over on top of the word.
Viola! Overlined word(s)!
lynda_straus -at- themoneystore -dot- com