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Re: Question no. 3



On Mon, 23 Oct 1995 grenard@herpmed.com wrote:

In my first example I showed underlining as easy as _Tyrannosaurus rex_
Your example was a little OVERKILL.
 Also not meaning to be nit-picky there is another 'n' _T.rex_

Aaron Feuk
 
> ________Tyranosaurus rex__________________
> 
> Gee ... I can't get my e-mail to underline either. 
> Any suggestions? 
> 
> Yes, underlining is an acceptable form of indicating
> presence of italics for the words underscored but it
> doesnt work for me in e-mail either. Even when I try
> to compose my e-mail on another text editor such as
> word (where underling, boldface and italics are
> attributes), when I transfer the file to e-mail to
> send, the attributes just don't show up. If e-mail
> were read on a web browser I could use <i>Tyranosaurus
> rex</i>  or  <u>Tyranosaurus rex</u> and get italics
> (i) or underlining (u) to read. But mostly it is not.
> You could underline by skipping a line:
> 
> Tyranosaurus rex
> "________________  is a mighty big dinosaur"  but that
> looks ridiculous. Anyone else have any ideas? 
> 
> 
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