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Working with AutoCorrect

You will find that as you type some of your misspelled words are corrected automatically. AutoCorrect, a feature that uses a list of common spelling errors and typos to correct entries in your documents, is the tool making these corrections. For example, Word has already arranged to have the incorrect spelling of “t-e-h” to be replaced with “the.” You can also add your own words to the AutoCorrect feature. For example, if you always spell aardvark as ardvark, you can set up AutoCorrect to correct this spelling error every time you type it.

You've already seen that the Spelling feature provides you with the option of placing misspelled words into the AutoCorrect library. You can also manually enter pairs of words (the incorrect and correct spellings) into the AutoCorrect dialog box.


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