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Microsoft® Office Access™ 2007 Plain & Simple by Curtis D. Frye

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Changing AutoCorrect Options

You’re bound to make typing mistakes when you spend a lot of time at the keyboard. In fact, slowing down doesn’t help; the slower you go, the more likely you are to hit the wrong keys as you try to guide your fingers to the keys using your eyes instead of letting your muscle memory take over. Over the years, many users have allowed the programming team to monitor their typing, which means that the Access team has been able to identify the most common mistakes resulting from popular misspellings, letter transpositions, and errors that are the result of not hitting the spacebar fast enough to put a space between words. If one of the words Access identifies as an error is actually correct (for example, you work with a ...

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