Using AutoCorrect


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Using AutoCorrect

Most people think about using AutoCorrect with Microsoft Word to fix typos. But in Access you can use it to create shortcuts for data you type in repeatedly. For example, let's say you constantly have to type in the same city, the same product, or company when you enter records. Instead of entering it in full over and over and over again, you can type in an abbreviation and the full text will appear automatically. Click on the red file tab to go into backstage view. Then click on the Options button. Click on Proofing and then on AutoCorrect Options.

A window will open up with a list of common typos. So let's say, we enter in San Francisco for the city on a regular basis. I will click in the Replace box and type SanF, I will Tab to the With box and type in San Francisco and then I will click Add. Do note that capitalization matters. Also, if the letter combination that I choose is something that occurs naturally during regular typing, you should choose an abbreviation that you'...

Using AutoCorrect
Video duration: 1m 36s 3h 43m Intermediate

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Using AutoCorrect provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Alicia Katz Pollock as part of the Access 2010 Power Shortcuts

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Business
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Access
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