Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Controlling AutoCorrect Changes
Table 10-3 Setting Autocorrect Options
AutoCorrect Option
Show AutoCorrect Options
Displays an AutoCorrect Options button when a change is
automatically made in your document
Correct TWo INitial CApitals
Converts the second uppercase character to lowercase
Capitalize First Letter Of
Capitalizes the first letter of the first word in a new
sentence; also applies to the first letter you type after
pressing Enter
Capitalize First Letter Of Table
Capitalizes the first letter of the first word entered in the
cell of a table
Capitalize Names Of Days
Capitalizes the first letter of days of the week
Correct Accidental Usage Of
Catches the accidental pressing of the Caps Lock key,
releases it, and toggles the case of typed characters
Replace Text As You Type
Enables AutoCorrect to make changes to text as you type;
if you disable this option then common misspelled words
will not be automatically corrected
Replace and With text boxes
Enables you to add your own AutoCorrect entries to the
AutoCorrect library
Automatically Use Suggestions
From The Spelling Checker
Automatically corrects misspelled words that are similar to
words in the main dictionary used by Spell Check
Enables you to specify which items not to correct
automatically; for more information, see the section titled
“Entering Exceptions,” on page <OV>
Controlling AutoCorrect Changes
When AutoCorrect makes a change in your document, an AutoCorrect Options button
enables you to change the correction if you want to. To view the AutoCorrect Options
button, position the mouse pointer over the change that was made. A blue line displays below
the change, and the AutoCorrect Options button appears. If you see only the blue line,
place your mouse pointer below the change on the blue line and click. The AutoCorrect
options will appear, as shown in Figure 10-11.
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