Typing symbols with AutoCorrect Word Shortcuts


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Typing symbols with AutoCorrect

Throughout this course we've touched on the AutoCorrect feature in a number of different places including Chapter 1 where we saw how to use AutoCorrect to create your own abbreviations. But AutoCorrect has a few tricks up its sleeve than I want to make sure that you know. First, AutoCorrect will allow you to do emoticons so if I type in colon (:), dash (-), end parentheses ")", it turns into the smiley face, and if I do colon (:), dash (-), begin parentheses "(", you know Shift+9, then it become a sad face.

You can use AutoCorrect make Arrows. If I do dash, dash (--) greater than (>), it becomes a right facing arrow, and if I do a less then sign (<) and a dash, dash (--) and then space, it becomes a left facing arrow. If you do the same technique within equals sign (=), equals, equals (==), then you'll get bold arrows. Now come down here for Copyright, an easy way to add a Copyright symbol is to do parentheses, C, end parentheses, (c), and you ...

Typing symbols with AutoCorrect
Video duration: 1m 30s 4h 0m Intermediate

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

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Business
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Word
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