Thursday, July 9, 2009

Word Tips - Take advantage on AutoCorrect Options

If you noticed, most typing errors will be corrected automatically by your Microsoft Word application as you continue typing your document. For an instance, when you type "Teh", Microsoft Word will change it to "The". This is done by the AutoCorrect Option.

We can use the feature to help us to type long text such as our name, just by typing the initial.

This is how to do it...

  1. Go to Office Button and then click on Word Option. From Word Option dialog box, go to the Proofing page.
  2. Click the AutoCorrect Options button. Then you'll see the AutoCorrect Options dialog box (for earlier Word versions, go to Tools menu and select AutoCorrect Options).
  3. Under the Replace field, type your initial.
  4. Next, type your full name under the With field.

  5. Once done, click Add and then click OK button to close AutoCorrect Options dialog box and then click OK again to close the Word Option dialog box.

Now you can just type your initial and then when you press the space bar or enter, the initial you've just typed will automatically be replaced with your full name.


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