Setting AutoCorrect in Word

Word's AutoCorrect feature fixes your mistakes as you make them. The AutoCorrect feature can fix a few common mistakes such as incorrect caps lock setting and forgetting to capitalize the first word of a sentence. It can also correct any specific mistakes that you tell it about. It is this last feature that makes the AutoCorrect feature particularly useful.

To set up the AutoCorrect Features select AutoCorrect from the Tools menu. The AutoCorrect window will appear allowing you to set which AutoCorrect features that you want to have enabled.

The AutoCorrect features that you have enabled will be tested for and applied if appropriate whenever you press the space key, the enter key, shift enter key, or any punctuation characters.


This article written by Stephen Chapman, Felgall Pty Ltd.

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