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- 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.
- Click the "Word Options" button, located at the bottom of the menu.
- Select the "Proofing" option from the left panel of the Word Options window.
- Click the "AutoCorrect Options" button, near the top of the Proofing screen.
- 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."
- 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.
- Click the "OK" button in the Exceptions window and the "OK" button in the AutoCorrect window to save your changes.
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