To Automatically Fix Errors in MS Word, follow these steps:
1. Click File, Info, then Proofing.
How to Prevent specific capitalization and spelling corrections:
- On the Tools menu, click AutoCorrect Options.
- Click Exceptions. Do one or more of the following to prevent AutoCorrect from:
How to capitalize a word you type after a specific abbreviation:
- Click the First Letter tab, and then type the abbreviation (including the period) in the
- Don’t capitalize after box.
How to correct a word that contains mixed uppercase and lowercase letters:
- Click the INitial CAps tab, and then type the word in the Don’t correct box.
How to correct a spelling error:
- Click the Other Corrections tab, and then type the misspelled word in the Don’t correct box.
- Click Add, and then click Close.
How to Automatically Fix Errors in MS Word
Here are more tips to AutoCorrect errors as you type in Word:
- Capitalization options – AutoCorrect can capitalize the first word in a sentence, the names of days of the week, the first letter of text in a table cell, and so on.
- AutoCorrect entries – AutoCorrect can use a list of built-in corrections, called AutoCorrect entries, to detect and correct typos, misspelled words, and common symbols. You can easily remove unwanted entries or add your own entries.
- Spelling checker corrections – AutoCorrect can use corrections that are generated by the spelling checker’s main dictionary.