Setting proofing and AutoCorrect options


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Setting proofing and AutoCorrect options

Like many of the other features in Microsoft Word, Spelling and Grammar have options that control how they function. You can change the options for Spelling and Grammar very easily. Let's choose File to go Backstage and choose Options. You'll find the Spelling options under Proofing. There are three broad sets of options for how Spelling and Grammar work in Microsoft Word. Let's talk first about the Spelling options that are specific to Microsoft Word. You'll find these here.

So when you are correcting Spelling and Grammar in Word, Word checks the spelling as you type and flags spelling problems by changing the icon here on the status bar. You can Use contextual spelling, which lets Word work a little harder to try to determine if a word is right or wrong. Grammar errors are flagged with a green underline as you type. And finally, anytime you check spelling, grammar is checked also. These are settings that control how Word functions when you do a spelling check.

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Setting proofing and AutoCorrect options
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Setting proofing and AutoCorrect options provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Gini Courter as part of the Word 2010 Essential Training

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Business Education + Elearning
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