Saving a specific word or phrase, bring it up next time I type it


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Bergisback

In Word 2003, I was able to save a specific word or phrase by running my
cursor over it and selecting the "auto correct" option. I was then able to
type just the first couple of letters of that word or phrase and that word or
phrase would pop-up, then all I had to do was hit the enter key to insert it
in that sentence. Now that I have Word 2007 installed, I am not able to
perform this function. I need to be able to type fast in my line of work;
therefore, these saved words and phrases are a real time-saver. Can anyone
help me!
 
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Graham Mayor

The function is still present, from Word Options > Proofing > Autocorrect
options, but you will find it far more convenient to add the Autocorrect
command to the QAT (Quick Access Toolbar)

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