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Outlook 2003 help? Autocorrect?!?

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by Ratbrain, Apr 27, 2004.

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  1. Ratbrain

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    I have started using outlook 2003 and can not figure out how to turn off the autocorrect function..! ive tried to same methods as for outlook xp through the tools>options>spelling tab and turning off everything and it still doesnt work. the auto correct features are just plain annoying to me. by unchecking all of these options in outlook xp, the autocorrect is turned off, but the same procedure does not seem to work in outlook 2003.!!!!!! please help?!?

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  2. Rockn

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    Would this be auto-correct or auto-complete you are referring to?
     
  3. Ratbrain

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    auto-correct. specifically the option that capatilizes the first word of each sentence....
     
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    ive also turned off all auto correct options in ms word too, in the case if outlook was using word as the email editor and applying its auto correct functions. now i have them all turned off in outlook and word. replace text as i type is turned off too. any suggestions?!?!?
     
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