Autocorrect problems with formatting


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south40degrees

G'day, After recently upgrading to Office 2007, I am having problems with my
autocorrect text. I write technical papers and like to have autocorrect
automatically add subscripts etc. so I save my autocorrects with formatting.
In Word 2003 this worked fine but now I find that when the autocorrect does
its thing it changes the font etc from what I am working in to what it was
when I saved the autocorrect. Now I am spending as much time correcting the
changes in font as using the subscript button! However, I want to persist
with the autocorrect because I have SO many chemicals etc to type and they
all have subscripts and superscripts.
Any help would be really appreciated!

Mark
 
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Graham Mayor

This should not occur provided you don't save the paragraph mark that
follows the formatted autocorrect entry when entering the formulae one to a
line in order to create the entry. See also the item Format part of a found
text string in a list of items at
http://www.gmayor.com/word_vba_examples.htm

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