Underline on citation

Jan 26, 2015 at 1:46 PM
I try to create my own style based on others style to better suit the journal I publish with. However, the citation in the text always comes with a underline on the reference order. I attached the code here but I didnt recognize anything that indicate under line

e.g. [1], "1" always have a underline

thanks in advance
-<citation>

<openbracket>[</openbracket>

<closebracket>]</closebracket>

<separator>,</separator>


-<source type="Placeholder">

<format>%Tag%</format>

</source>


-<source type="Book">

<format>{%RefOrder%}</format>

</source>


-<source type="BookSection">

<format>{%RefOrder%}</format>

</source>


-<source type="JournalArticle">

<format>{%RefOrder%}</format>

</source>


-<source type="ArticleInAPeriodical">

<format>{%RefOrder%}</format>

</source>


-<source type="ConferenceProceedings">

<format>{%RefOrder%}</format>

</source>


-<source type="Report">

<format>{%RefOrder%}</format>

</source>


-<source type="InternetSite">

<format>{%RefOrder%}</format>

</source>


-<source type="DocumentFromInternetSite">

<format>{%RefOrder%}</format>

</source>


-<source type="ElectronicSource">

<format>{%RefOrder%}</format>

</source>


-<source type="Patent">

<format>{%RefOrder%}</format>

</source>


-<source type="Misc">

<format>{%RefOrder%}</format>

</source>


-<source type="Standard">

<format>{%RefOrder%}</format>

</source>


-<source type="Thesis">

<format>{%RefOrder%}</format>

</source>

</citation>
Coordinator
Feb 3, 2015 at 8:02 PM
Check the FAQ. The example there talks about bold, but I'm pretty certain your underline issue is caused by the same thing.

So adding a line similar to "s.Font.Bold = False" should work: "s.Font.Underline = False"