Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Typing the Research Paper Text
mouse pointer in automatically
corrected text
Position the mouse
pointer in the
text automatically
corrected by Word
(the word, the, in
this case) to display a
small blue box below
the automatically
corrected word
(Figure 2– 24).
pointing to small blue box
will display AutoCorrect
Options button
Figure 2– 24
Options button
Options menu
Point to the small blue
box to display the
AutoCorrect Options
Click the AutoCorrect
insertion point
Options button
to display the
AutoCorrect Options
menu (Figure 2 25).
clicking this command displays
AutoCorrect dialog box
Figure 2– 25
Press the
ESCAPE key to remove the AutoCorrect Options menu from the screen.
Do I need to remove the AutoCorrect Options button from the screen?
No. When you move the mouse pointer, the AutoCorrect Options button will disappear from
the screen. If, for some reason, you wanted to remove the AutoCorrect Options button from
the screen, you could press the ESCAPE key a second time.
To Create an AutoCorrect Entry
In addition to the predei ned list of AutoCorrect spelling, capitalization, and grammar errors, you can create
your own AutoCorrect entries to add to the list. For example, if you tend to mistype the word sensor as senser, you
should create an AutoCorrect entry for it. The following steps create an AutoCorrect entry.
File tab
Backstage view
Click File on the
Ribbon to open
the Backstage view
(Figure 2– 26).
Options command
Figure 2– 26
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