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Work with AutoCorrect
Work with AutoCorrect
As you may have noticed, Word automatically corrects your text as you type. It does this using its
AutoCorrect feature, which works from a preset list of misspellings.
To speed up your text-entry tasks, you can add your own problem words — ones you commonly
misspell — to the list. The next time you mistype the word, AutoCorrect fixes your mistake for you.
If you find that AutoCorrect consistently changes a word that is correct as is, you can remove that
word from the AutoCorrect list. If you would prefer that AutoCorrect not make any changes to your
text as you type, you can disable the feature.
Work with AutoCorrect
1 Click the File tab.
Backstage view appears.
2 Click Options .
The Word Options dialog box
3 Click Proofing to display
proofing options.
4 Click AutoCorrect Options .
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