Medical Transcription Word Board archived thread
Win
Help! I got a red line in Word, and don't --
Sun Jun 3, 2007 17:25

know how to get rid of it--anybody out there who understands this friggin' Word (which I just HATE)? TIA.


nm
do you mean a spelling error? (nm)
Sun Jun 3, 2007 17:28




Anonymous
right click that little book at the bottom of Word that's..
Sun Jun 3, 2007 17:32

constantly turning pages and click "hide spelling errors"...that's causing the red squigly lines. You're making a spelling error and it's letting you know.


Margaret
is everything that is typed red? Is line wiggly or straight? (nm
Sun Jun 3, 2007 17:32




Anonymous
Every blesses thing is now (nm)
Sun Jun 3, 2007 17:34




w
RED--and I got cut off. Will try the sug-
Sun Jun 3, 2007 17:36

gestion of whoever posted anon beneath my ? and see if that works. AH HATES WORD AND AH HATES BILL GATES!!!!


Margaret
easy to fix. SM
Sun Jun 3, 2007 17:36

your toolbars may be located anywhere on your screen (I like mine at top and keep it there. Find the Capital A with the red underline. That controls Font Color. It must have gotten hit by mistake.


w again
I right clicked on the book, but that didn't do it -- sm
Sun Jun 3, 2007 17:39

every blessed thing is now printing in red and I can't get it off by backing up or going forward. Any other ideas?


Anonymous
Mgt's suggestion is most likely your best bet lol! (nm)
Sun Jun 3, 2007 17:40




w
Mgt., yes, it's a straight line, not squiggly!
Sun Jun 3, 2007 17:40

what does that mean???


exit w/o saving; get default settings backMargaret
if you've typed only a short distance into docu, just (nm)
Sun Jun 3, 2007 17:42




Margaret
Need info on "every blessed thing" SM
Sun Jun 3, 2007 17:44

Do you mean there is a red underline beneath each black-fonted word? or the words AND the line are BOTH red? I imagine you know about CTRL-shift-b and CTRL-shift-u to bold and unbold, underline and un-underline?




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