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Video: Using AutoCorrect as a Text Expander

If you've got a certain word or phrase, formatted or not, that you type over and over, and it's driving you crazy, here's a Microsoft Word AutoCorrect hack you're going to love. Creating legal documents often involves some really fiddly typing. Long party names, repetitive phrases, all that Latin ... it can all get a little frustrating. But a lot of Word users don't know they can hack the same dictionary Word uses to automatically correct typos and use it as an automated text expander.

Originally published September 28, 2017
Last updated January 22, 2018
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