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Entering data using an AutoCorrect value

Entering data using an AutoCorrect value: Excel for Mac 2016: Shortcuts
Entering data using an AutoCorrect value: Excel for Mac 2016: Shortcuts

One of the ways that Excel and other Office programs try to help you is by correcting what it thinks are spelling errors, using a facility called AutoCorrect. For example, if you type in the word "teh," Excel will replace it with the word "the," assuming you made a misspelling. If you've ever sent a text message or looked up some of the results on the Internet, you know the results can sometimes change your meaning or be incredibly funny.

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