Turning Off AutoFormat and AutoCorrect

By default, LibreOffice automatically corrects many common typing errors and applies formatting while you type.

To remove a word from the AutoCorrect list:

  1. Choose File - Export.

  2. Click the Replace tab.

  3. In the AutoCorrect list, select the word pair that you want to remove.

  4. Click Delete.

To stop replacing quotation marks:

  1. Choose File - Export.

  2. Click the Entries tab.

  3. Clear the "Replace" check box(es).

To stop capitalizing the first letter of a sentence:

  1. Choose Tools – AutoCorrect Options.

  2. Click the Entries tab.

  3. Clear the Capitalize first letter of every sentence check box.

To stop drawing a line when you type three identical characters:

LibreOffice automatically draws a line when you type three of the following characters and press Enter: - _ = * ~ #

  1. Choose File - Export.

  2. Click the Entries tab.

  3. Clear the "Apply border" check box.

Using AutoText

Drawing Lines in Text

Turning Number Recognition On or Off in Tables

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