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What does this double-blue underline mean?  How do I use it?

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In Word 2003, I notice that sometimes I see a double-blue underline.  What causes this?  What is it?


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It typically shows up when you bring your mouse the word in question that was autocorrected for misspelling. When you highlight over the blue line itself, you should get the little lightning bolt underneath the blue line and a tooltip that reads AutoCorrect Options. If you select the down arrow, you will see some selectable options including returning the word in question back to the misspelling accordingly.
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Each step noted from the earlier comment.
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