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Word: Error-free Documents

Do you sometimes find that you have lengthy pieces of work to write to short deadlines, meaning you have to work under pressure? If so, you will have surely come across this problem: as you type, the spelling mistakes and typos mount up, until your document is full of words underlined in red. This is potentially embarrassing if you send off the document before you have checked it properly and corrected the mistakes. Thankfully, Word comes with a few features that you can use to help fight against typo gremlins. Using the AutoCorrect feature, Word will detect typing errors and correct them automatically and the same goes for spelling mistakes too. What’s more, you can even add your most frequent typos to your own custom dictionary.

In this article, I’ll show you how to create pieces of work in Word without any mistakes.


Category: Issues, Tips & Tricks
Issue: 2015 Issue 6 June
Operating Systems: XP, Vista, 7, 8
Article Reference: W330

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