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AutoCorrect Options

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Do you need to change the way that Word sometimes changes what you type?

This How-To Article shows you how to change the AutoCorrect Options.

AutoCorrect Options

1. Click the Tools menu and select "AutoCorrect". (If you are using Word 2002, select "AutoCorrect Options..." from the Tools menu.)

2. Click the "AutoCorrect" tab.

3. Uncheck options you would not like AutoCorrect to use, and check any options you would like AutoCorrect to begin using.

4. Click OK.

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