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How to turning off auto capitalization in Word ?


How To Turning Off Auto Capitalization in Word ?



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  1. Click on the Microsoft Office button in Word, the circular icon on the top left corner that contains the Office logo, to open a menu.
  2. Click the "Word Options" button, located at the bottom of the menu.
  3. Select the "Proofing" option from the left panel of the Word Options window.
  4. Click the "AutoCorrect Options" button, near the top of the Proofing screen.
  5. Uncheck the box next to each type of automatic capitalization you want to disable. For instance, if you don't want Word to automatically capitalize the first letter of a sentence, uncheck the box next to "Capitalize first letter of sentences."
  6. Click the "Exceptions" button to create specific rules for certain words. For instance, if you commonly type a word that has two capital letters at the beginning -- like a screen name written JSmith21 - enter that word in the "INitial CAps" tab and click "Add." Word will stop applying the regular capitalization rules for that word.
  7. Click the "OK" button in the Exceptions window and the "OK" button in the AutoCorrect window to save your changes.


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