# How do you underline text in LaTeX?

### How do you underline text in LaTeX?

To get emphasized text, you would use the \emph command, like:

1. \emph{This text is emphasized but \emph{this} was not}.
2. {\em this text is emphasized}
3. \underline{This text is underlined}

### How do you bold and underline in LaTeX?

With these you can't, for instance, italicize and make a text bold at the same time.

1. Italicized text. To make a text italic is straightforward, use the \textit command: ...
2. Bold text. To make a text bold use \textbf command: ...
3. Underlined text. Underlining text is very simple too, use the \underline command:

### How do you underline in notepad?

To make text italic, select and highlight the text first. Then hold down Ctrl (the control key) on the keyboard and then press the I on the keyboard. To underline text, select and highlight the text first. Then hold down Ctrl (the control key) on the keyboard and then press the U on the keyboard.

### How do you underline text in LaTeX font?

The \contourlength setting defines the width of the curve — how much extra space is added. I usually tweak that until I get something that looks good with the font. Then the \contour macro draws the supplied text, with a red contour around the letters. Then I swap the red for white, and add the underline:

### How to underline math and underline text?

That's a nice idea and here is the forum for you... How do you Underline Math and how do you Underline Text? Code, edit and compile here:

### Do you underline text on a typewriter?

In fine typography, underlined text is not very common; switching to a different type style (usually italics) is the preferred way to emphasize plain text. Underlining is generally used only on typewriters where italic letters are unavailable.

### How to create bold and italicized LaTeX text?

This actually ends up being one of the easiest things to accomplish related to LaTeX font formatting. Its a little inconsistent from the LaTeX tags you use to create bold and italicized text, all you have to do is use the LaTeX \underline tag: