Add text under a line in Word '07

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  1. shantz24

    shantz24 Notebook Consultant

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    I am typing up a form letter of sort for someone and they want a line to handwrite on and want to have it say "Name of Committee" under the line because the letters with be addressed to various committees. Is this possible? I've seen it done on forms and such but have never done it myself. I looked at format font and I know how to use subscript and stuff but couldn't think of a way to do this. Even if there is something out there that can do this I would download it, and I'll likely never use it again so it better be free.

    Thanks!
     
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    Just write a line of underscores:

    _________________

    And then write your Name of Committee underneath it in superscript or something.
     
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    Thats how I usually make lines. But is it then possible to ad text under that line to indicate what is to be filled in the blank?
     
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    You mean like this:

    _________________
    <sup>Some random txt</sup>

    ????
     
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    You might also want to try InfoPath, which is included with certain versions of office 2007. I have it in my Office 2007 Enterprise edition
     
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    budding....yea thats what I mean. But I'm assuming you did that with the underscores and then typing small text on the line below it? I need to be able to do that and then type the line under it, I am using 1.5 or double spacing depends which looks better. and I will look into Infopath, never heard of it.
     
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    Something like this?

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    All i did was create a line of underscores. Then went to the line underneath and typed my text as superscript. Im using no spacing btw.
     
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    You do know that you can select the text you want and change its spacing etc. right?
     
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    i think this thread is a joke and you all just got taken.
     
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    Perhaps. I still believe that there are always beginners to every task, no matter how trivial, in this world.
     
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