Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Viewing a File Through More Than One Window
Office corrects common spelling errors and turns punctuation mark
combinations into symbols as part of its AutoCorrect feature. To see which typos
are corrected and which punctuation marks are turned into symbols, open
the AutoCorrect dialog box by following these steps:
Book I
Chapter 3
1. On the File tab, choose Options.
You see the Options dialog box.
2. Go to the Proofing category.
3. Click the AutoCorrect Options button.
The AutoCorrect dialog box opens.
4. Go to the AutoCorrect tab.
As shown in Figure 3-3, the AutoCorrect tab lists words that are
corrected automatically. Scroll down the Replace list and have a look
around. Go ahead. Make yourself at home.
Figure 3-3:
As you type,
words in
the Replace
column are
with words
in the With
No doubt you make the same typing errors and spelling errors time and time
again. To keep from making these errors, you can tell Office to correct them
for you automatically. You do that by entering the misspelling and its
corrected spelling in the AutoCorrect dialog box (see Figure 3-3):
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