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June 1, 2017 ( Post 1 )

I don’t like Microsoft Word 2016 or 2013 telling me what to do. It auto-capitalizes things that I don’t want it to. I can capitalize my own work thank you! You can change Word’s Auto Capitalization settings to your liking by performing these steps.

1, While working in Word, select the “File” menu and choose “Options“.

2, Select “Proofing” and then select the “AutoCorrect Options…” button.

3, Here you can check the boxes to customize what you want Word to automatically capitalize.
Correct Two Initial Capitals
Capitalize first letter of sentences
Capitalize first letter of table cells
Capitalize names of days
Correct accidental usage of caps lock key
You may also set Exceptions if you don’t want these settings to apply to certain words.

4, Select “OK“, then “OK” again when you are done.
These settings are also located other Office applications such as Excel and PowerPoint.




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