I am doing a hub on spellchecking, and I am trying to use one of my paragraphs with spelling mistakes as an example of how the little red squiggle shows under a word when the word is spelled wrong, I copy and pasted a portion into a new text capsule, withe red squiggles, but when I save it it doesn't show the red anymore,
Does anyone know of a way that I can save this to show the red squiggle?
You can take a screen shot, paste it into Photoshop, and cut out the bit you want. Then save it as a .jpg and load it as an image.
On PC Ctrl-PrtScr or Alt-PrtScr, depending on whether you need the whole screen or just an active window. Don't know about Mac.
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