By choosing File > Options in Microsoft Office, you can:
- Add AutoCorrect entries to fix common typos and misspellings
- Delete AutoCorrect entries you don’t use
- Create exceptions to AutoCorrect entries
- Rename AutoCorrect entries
Changes made to AutoCorrect in any Office program are global. For example, if you delete the AutoCorrect entry in Outlook which converts tm to the superscript ™ trademark symbol, this change will apply in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. NOTE: This does not mean the trademark symbol is forever lost, only that Office will stop autocorrecting tm when typed with parentheses. You can still insert the superscript version at will by choosing Insert > Symbol.
To add, delete, modify, or rename AutoCorrect entries in Office 2010 or 2013, follow these steps. In Office 2007, launch Word, select the Office Button > Word Options > Proofing > AutoCorrect Options:
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