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Adding Exceptions to the AutoCorrect List

You can prevent AutoCorrect from correcting specific abbreviations or words that have mixed capital letters and lowercase letters.

  1. Choose \<emph\>Tools - AutoCorrect\</emph\>, and then click the \<emph\>Exceptions \</emph\>tab.

  2. Do one of the following:

    Type the abbreviation followed by a period in the \<emph\>Abbreviations (no subsequent capital) \</emph\>box and click \<emph\>New\</emph\>.

    Type the word in the \<emph\>Words with TWo INitial CApitals \</emph\>box and click \<emph\>New\</emph\>.

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To quickly undo an AutoCorrect replacement, press +Z. This also adds the word or abbreviation that you typed to the AutoCorrect exceptions list.


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