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Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Outlook 2010: Auto correction

 



          This feature is missing in Outlook 2007, or at least; that works a bit different from previous versions of Outlook/Word.

In Outlook/Word 2003, there was an AutoComplete feature for AutoText entries that worked with a pop-up suggestion.
In Outlook/Word 2007 and 2010, you’ll have to press F3 when typing the name of your saved Quick Part.

In most cases it is not needed to type the entire name of the Quick Part. You only have to type the part of the name until it becomes unique when compared to other names of your Quick Part.

Example
Assume you have 3 Quick Part entries named;

    * Regards
    * Thanks for this
    * Thank you

To insert the Quick Part named “Regards”, you can just type the letter “r” and press F3 ton insert the entire Quick Part.

To insert the Quick Part named “Thanks for your feedback”, you must at least type “thanks” before pressing F3 to insert the Quick Part.

To insert the Quick Part named “Thank you”, you must at least type “thank “ before pressing F3 will AutoComplete the Quick Part (note the space behind “thank”).

These steps can  be followed in Windows XP and Windows 7.

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