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I assume you mean auto-correct. For Internet Explorer, go to Internet Explorer Tools and un tick the option to use auto--correction.
In Microsoft Office, you need to got to the options setting and turn off auto-correct.
Microsoft Word comes in bundle with other software. This software suite is called Microsoft Office that has different versions like Office 2003,Office 2007 etc. When you download Microsoft Office, during installation you can select Custom Installation and select MS Word and do not select other softwares.
You can get the trial version of MS Office from the following link.
The number on teh back of the computer is the Product Key for the Windows Operating System that is installed. It will not work with the MS Office Products on the computer. If you started using the MS Office Software that was included on the computer when you bought it New that was actually a Trial version of the software and you will have to go to the MS website to register and purchase a Product key to continue using it.
If the product key you got when you purchase MS Office doesn't work, then contact MS and explain it to them. Generally you can install MS Office on only one computer unless you bought the multi-computer version which costs more.
Because of the tough economic climate, Microsoft is finally installing fully activated MS Office products on some computers cooperating with some brands of laptops to entice buyers. This has only happened in the last 2 months.
For your situation you really only have 2 viable choices. 1. Purchase the key from Microsoft or, 2.You can download OpenOffice.org's free Office Suite. It is fully compatible with all MS Office documents and has programs equivalent to MS Word and Excel. Documents in OpenOffice can also be read by people with fully acitvated versions of MS Office.
There is one other option that I've seen but might not fit your "comfort" level. In my area, people who cannot afford to purchase an MS Office key at full price often post a request ad on the local Craigslist asking for someone to sell them a key from a retail purchase MS Office where 3 computers can be activated but the original purchaser only used one of the activations. Be sure that if you do this, it is the exact version as your trial version, or use the other persons disc to do an upgrade as their key will be tied to their disc in many cases.
Microsoft office is included as a trial run on your computer. You need to follow the directions to get/buy the full version, or go to openoffice.org to get a free compatible non microsoft version of the same types of programs.
If MS Word is installed on the target machine, you can simply add a reference to the Microsoft Word COM object library in your project and create an instance of Word inside your app to manipulate the document. I haven't tried (or even checked) if this will work with the (free) Word Viewer, but it might. This method will work with all file formats that the installed version of MS Word supports. There are other tools available (depending on your version of VB) the may provide objects that can render and manipulate other Office documents that you could try (most are commercial). Or, if you have a copy of the document format you wish to use, you can roll your own engine for manipulating and/or rendering it.