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Is there an auto correct feature in Adobe Acrobat Standard 9?

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I have a user whose document changes the word EMPLOYMENT to Telephone'PLOYMENT in an Adobe Acrobat document.  I cannot replicate this when I open the file on my computer.

It looks like he may have a setting that automatically changes "emp" to "telephone."  Do you know if/where an auto correct-type feature resides in this version of Adobe Acrobat?
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In Acrobat Standard V9, go to Edit -> Preferences and then Spelling down the left side. Start by unchecking the spell check and see if this issue goes away. If it does, it may be that the dictionary provided got corrupted. Let's check the first thing and then go from there. ... Thinkpads_User
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