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I am trying to key text beginning with non-sequential letters/numbers. I cannot make Word quit changing what I key to sequential letters.

Word overrides what I key and inserts sequential letters/numbers instead.

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I am unsure which version of office you are using. This is a function of auto-correct. You may need to turn it off to stop this behavior, and turn it back on, if you need it to help you compose documents.
( My directions will be using Word 2007, which is what I have installed on my system.)
You need to open the Word Options panel. and go to Proofing.
GO into this location several times in a row, so that you can remember it better, and return to re-enable auto-correct. Uncheck the boxes needed to turn off this behavior.

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