Using AutoCorrect and AutoFormat As You Type


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Using AutoCorrect and AutoFormat As You Type

AutoCorrect is a Word feature that can help you enter difficult characters and correct typos and other errors automatically as you type. By default this feature is turned on and configured with some useful settings. Let's first take a look at how AutoCorrect works, then I will show you how to configure it and how to add your own AutoCorrect entries. Now, I am at the beginning of a document ,which is at the beginning of the paragraph, and I want to type in the word "The," but I will purposely make two mistakes. I will start with a lower case t and I will spell the word wrong.

Watch what happens when I press the Spacebar. This is Word's AutoCorrect feature in action. It made two corrections. First it realized that the word is at the beginning of a sentence, so it capitalized the t. Second, it knows that "the" is not a word but that it's a common misspelling or typo for the word "the," so it replaces the word. Note that I need to trigger the correcti...

Using AutoCorrect and AutoFormat As You Type
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Using AutoCorrect and AutoFormat As You Type provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Maria Langer as part of the Word for Mac 2011 Essential Training

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Business
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Word for Mac
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