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The keyboard on my 5c seems really out of sync.. It always catches the next letter and then does a ridiculous autocorrect, I spend half my time deleting a word and having to re type sometimes up to 3/4...


Click above link + Follow the steps = issue resolved. Don't let the autocorrect option fool you. It's function is to "autocorrect", indeed, but more importantly, it's purpose is similar to a 'comic relief' in a horror movie.

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In the upper left corner of Microsoft Word the page there is a button, click on it. A drop-down menu will appear. Look at the bottom of the menu where there are two buttons that read 'Word Options' and 'Exit'. Click on 'Word Options'. A new menu will appear, on the left panel there is a list of categories you can choose from, locate the one that says 'Proofing' and click on it. Now a different section of the word options menu is open. The first thing you will see in Proofing is the Autocorrect options section, click on the autocorrect options button. A pop-up will appear, where you can change your autocorrect settings. To turn off first word capitalization click the checkbox next to where the label reads 'Capitalize first letters of sentences' and make sure it does NOT have a check in the box, then click OK.

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How to open autocorrect option ; how to put degree


You click on the Office button, top left corner, then select Word Option then Proofing and click on Autocorrect option.

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You can easily insert a degree symbol in your Office documents going to Insert menu, using the Symbols command and then insert the degree symbol.

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I have Microsoft Word, and I can not get the automatic captialization of words turned off each time I start a new line, whether it needs it or not.


1. Choose AutoCorrect Options from the Tools menu. Word displays the AutoCorrect dialog box. (To display this dialog box in Word 2007, click the Office button and then click Word Options. At the left side of the dialog box click Proofing, and then click AutoCorrect Options.)
2. Make sure the AutoCorrect tab is displayed. (Click here to see a related figure.)
3. Clear the Capitalize First Letter of Sentences check box.
4. Click on OK.

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How do i switch off ms word 2007 auto correct?


Open ms word 2007 then go to tools -> autocorrect
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Auto caps in Word


To turn off automatic capitalization and text corrections:
  1. On the 'Tools' menu, click 'AutoCorrect'
  2. Click the 'AutoCorrect' tab, and then clear the check boxes for the options that you want to turn off.

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To turn off automatic spelling corrections and all automatic formatting:
  1. On the 'Tools' menu, click 'AutoCorrect'
  2. Clear the 'Automatically correct spelling and formatting as you type' check box.
Tip: To specify options for checking spelling, on the 'Word' menu, click 'Preferences', and then under 'Authoring and Proofing Tools', click 'Spelling and Grammar'.
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To turn off automatic capitalization and text corrections:
  1. On the 'Tools' menu, click 'AutoCorrect'
  2. Click the 'AutoCorrect' tab, and then clear the check boxes for the options that you want to turn off.
Tip: To turn off automatic spelling corrections as you type, clear the 'Replace text as you type' check box.

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Autocorrect of capitals


go to format menu in word, check the case option

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