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First letter of a line in an Outlook automatically converted to capital : how to disable

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Whenever I hit ENTER in a new Outlook email, the first letter on the next line will
auto-convert to capital : how do I disable this?

Pls give me step by step instruction
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Tools, Options, Spelling tab, Spelling and AutoCorrection button, Auto Correct Options button, uncheck "Capitalize first letter of sentences"


OK out of all the screens.
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You will start at the main Outlook window
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Yes exactly what I needed
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