Using AutoCorrect


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Using AutoCorrect

AutoCorrect is a feature also found in Microsoft Word that helps you with your spelling. It automatically corrects many of your typos for you. To adjust its settings, go up to the Outlook menu and choose Preferences and then click on the AutoCorrect button on the far right. It has a number of built-in corrections for commonly misspelled words. You can also make productive use of this list for your own typos. For example, I always spell height wrong. So I can click the plus sign and type in my own instinct of misspelling, hit the Tab key, and put in the correct spelling.

Just make sure that your spelling that you type in here is actually correct. You can also use AutoCorrect to create your own abbreviations, and Outlook will replace your abbreviation with the written out term. For example, since my company name Two Trees Olive Oil is long, I can click the plus sign and add TT00 and type in Two Trees Olive Oil and hit Return. Now before we go see this in action, let's look at our other...

Using AutoCorrect
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Using AutoCorrect provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Alicia Katz Pollock as part of the Outlook for Mac 2011 Essential Training

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Business
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Outlook for Mac
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