My wife is having a problem where underlining is at the baseline of characters rather than a the base of the decender. She didn't have this problem on her previous PC, but has just switched to a "new" PC that used to belong to her boss. Any files created on the previous PC print with the underline in the correct space, but files created on the new one have it in the wrong place. I've searched in vein through the options dialogs, and online at office.microsoft.com, but this is really puzzling me and my wife is getting stressed out as her documents look ugly with the underline in the wrong place. This is a new problem for me, anyone any ideas.
1) The software in use is Windows 2000 & Word 2000.
2) This is more extreme than Djohn suggests with Word 2003, where the underline cuts through the decender, here the underline is actually at the bottom of the base of characters, there is no gap at all between the underline and the letter.
3) It looks fine on screen, and in print preview, but when printed to either a HP Deskjet or a laser printer of unknown make (ie my wife can't remember the make) the underline moves.