The ulem package provides various types of underlining that can stretch between words and be broken across lines in LaTeX or plain TeX. In LaTeX ulem replaces italics with underlining in \em-phasized text. A declaration of \normalem (or the \usepackage option "normalem") restores the normal \em and \emph behavior. Copyright 1989-2011 by Donald Arseneau (Vancouver, Canada; firstname.lastname@example.org) This software may be freely transmitted, reproduced, or modified for any purpose provided that this copyright notice is left intact.
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ulem – Package for underlining
The package provides an \ul (underline) command which will
break over line ends; this technique may be used to replace
\em (both in that form and as the \emph
command), so as to make output look as if it comes from a
typewriter. The package also offers double and wavy underlining,
and striking out (line through words) and crossing out
(/// over words).
The package works with both Plain TeX and LaTeX.
|License||Free license not otherwise listed, or more than one free license applies|
|Copyright||1989-2011 Donald Arseneau|
|Contained in||TeXLive as ulem|
|MiKTeX as ulem|
underlining/overlining text (including other decorations)|