Character Attributes

    Introduction
    Fonts
    Size and Width
    Type Styles
    Line, Fill and Color
    Tracking
    Character and Word Spacing
    Auto Kerning and Ligatures
    Manual Kerning
    Leading
    Convert Case
    Language

 

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You should set the track table to None instead of Normal when using a script font.
Don't underline text to make it stand out because underlining makes text more difficult to read. Underlining is a holdover from the days of typewriters which lacked other means to emphasize text. Instead, use a semibold or bold weight to attract attention. Avoid overuse of bold weights, because too much scattered bold makes paragraphs look “blotchy”.