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Using Automatic Correction Option in Word 2003
To automatically detect and correct typos, misspelled words, and incorrect capitalization, you can use AutoCorrect.
For example, if you type teh plus a space, then AutoCorrect replaces what you have typed with "the." Or if you type This is theh ouse plus a space, AutoCorrect replaces what you have typed with "This is the house."You can also use AutoCorrect to quickly insert symbols that are included in the built-in list of AutoCorrect entries. For example, type (c) to insert ©.
If the list of built-in entries doesn't contain the corrections that you want, you can add entries.
Note: Text included in hyperlinks is not automatically corrected.
Using AutoCorrect to correct errors as you typeYou can turn these AutoCorrect options on or off:Using AutoCorrect to correct errors in another languageTo use AutoCorrect in another language, you need to make sure that the language is enabled for editing, and you also need to install Microsoft Office 2003 Proofing Tools for that language.
Troubleshooting Automatic Correction Option in Word 2003
I want to show or hide the AutoCorrect Options buttons in my document.AutoCorrect doesn't automatically correct typos and spelling errors or correct my text.A typo or spelling error is fixed incorrectly.By default, AutoCorrect corrects many common typing mistakes and spelling as you type. For example, if you type teh and a space or other punctuation, AutoCorrect replaces it with "the."Try the following solutions:The first letter of a word, the first letter of text in table cells, and the names of days are automatically capitalized.By default, AutoCorrect capitalizes the first letter in each sentence, the first letter in tablecells (cell: A box formed by the intersection of a row and column in a worksheet or a table, in which you enter information.), and the names of days. For example, AutoCorrect capitalizes the first letter of a word that follows a period or the first letter of single words in a list or table (table: One or more rows of cells commonly used to display numbers and other items for quick reference and analysis. Items in a table are organized into rows and columns.) column.If you don't want AutoCorrect to capitalize text, try the following solutions:I want Word to stop automatically correcting text.Errors in hyperlinks or right after hyperlinks are not automatically corrected.I want Word to stop formatting AutoCorrect entries with their original formatting.I can't create a long AutoCorrect entry.Sources and Additional Information:http://www.terryscomputertips.com/computers/controlling-microsoft-words-auto-formatting-and-auto-correction-functions.php http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art30804.asp To use AutoCorrect in another language, you need to make sure that the language is enabled for editing, and you also need to install Microsoft Office 2003 Proofing Tools for that language.