Actually, it all depends on the writing tools that are being used to communicate information.
The writing tools refer to whether we are using a word processor or writing with a utensil in our own hand, like a pen.
Note that the word “magazine” was not italicized because that is not part of the actual name of the publication.
Example: His article, “Death by Dessert,” appeared in If you wish to respond to another reader's question or comment, please click its corresponding "REPLY" button.
Underlining clearly shows that special attention should be given to the underlined information (in this case the book title).
Underlining titles of books is not used nearly as often as italics.
Many of us come into contact with books on a daily basis.
Sometimes we're using them for schoolwork, reading them for enjoyment, or referring to them as a quick reference. There are certain rules to follow when deciding what we should do to ensure that we're using a book's title correctly.
The book title is the name of the book, which is found on the front cover and the side of most books.
Some people believe that book titles should be underlined, while others think that they should be written in italics.