--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Thomas J. Rostafinski, Ph.D." <TJRostaf@...> wrote:
> Hi, John. Perhaps you could add something this to your latest Tips and
> Macros edition? I copied it from a source I can no longer recall. It's
> something I have used quite a bit. The lines created this way would not
> print with certain Classic printer drivers (some years back you created
> an effective workaround for me) but they do appear in PDF's made with
> your and Ed's excellent methods. Tom
> > *HOW DO I CREATE HORIZONTAL LINES THAT PEOPLE CAN TYPE ON FOR FORMS?
> > Position your cursor at the beginning of the document, then pull down
> > the Style menu and select Other (or press Command-H) to bring up the
> > Character Format window. Click in the checkbox next to Tabs in the
> > area labeled Continuous Underline, then press OK.
> > Next, position your cursor where you would like the line to start.
> > Click on the first pop up on the Layout Bar, and select Clear Tabs.
> > Then, place a tab (by clicking just below the ruler) where you would
> > like the line to end. And finally, turn on Underline (from the Style
> > menu, or press Command-U), press the <Spacebar> once, press <Tab>,
> > then turn off Underline.
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