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When I type (E) it turns into € - I'm trying to fix this and can't find where I turn this off

Can anybody help
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by:David L. Hansen
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Does this happen when you are in other programs such as Notepad?
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It is the autocorrect in ms office - you probably have to change it for all the office programs...

Just delete the entry, see image
AutoCorrectOptions.jpg
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Thanks a million
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No worries, glad to have helped
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