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Old 03-21-2011, 01:19 PM
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Default Enter Underlined Text Characters

Anyone know of a way to enter text in which some characters are underlined and others are not, like: G G g or 3 4 3? I'm using Notation Composure 2.6.3.

In French diatonic accordion tabulature, an underline indicates that the note occurs on the pull. The bass and chord are shown as letters whereas fingering or which button to use is shown as a number. I've not been able to discover an underline capability for Notation Composure's lyric or freely located text.
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