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Auto Correct In Microsoft Word 2003

Posted on 2009-07-03
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I have a proble while typing. When I type "I" it mostly switches to "Ii". How can Ii stop this from happening besides changing my keyboard. How can Ii have an auto correct feature to correct Ii to I.
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Hope this helps:

http://wordprocessing.about.com/od/wordprocessingsoftware/qt/autocorrectcust.htm

In case your using Office 2007, then to get to the Autocorrect Options:

1. Click the Office button
2. Select Word Options (down at the bottom right, beside "Exit Word")
3. Click Proofing in the left pane
4. Click the AutoCorrect Options button
5. Select the AutoCorrect tab
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