Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Use AutoCorrect
Open a presentation in PowerPoint.
1.
Click the AutoCorrect Options tool in the Quick Access
Toolbar.
2.
Be certain you load the toolbar in the Customize PowerPoint Options
dialog box.
Click the AutoCorrect tab to open the AutoCorrect:
<Language> dialog box.
3.
Select options by checking the boxes for the items you
want PowerPoint to autocorrect as you type.
4.
Figure 5-5: Select items you want PowerPoint to autocorrect
Type an item in the Replace text box and a replacement
item in the With text box. For example, type Dummy in
the Replace text box and Dummie in the With text box.
Each time you type Dummy, the word Dummie is
automatically substituted. (See Figure 5-5.)
5.
Adding custom options are in addttion to the autocorrection
PowerPoint provides automatically as words are checked against the
PowerPoint dictionaries.
Figure 5-6: Click Exceptions to open
the AutoCorrect Exceptions dialog box
Click the Add button for each item you add for
replacement.
6.
Choices you make in the AutoCorrect: <Language> dialog box and the
AutoCorrect Exceptions dialog box become new defaults and apply to all
presentations you create and/or edit.
Click Exceptions to open the AutoCorrect Exceptions
dialog box (see Figure 5-6).
7.
Click the INitial CAps tab.
8.
Type words you don’t want PowerPoint to correct when
typed, such as a word like E-Mail.
9.
Click OK in the AutoCorrect Exceptions dialog box.
10.
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