Episode #49 features a description of how to use the Autocorrect function of Microsoft Word as a way to practice errorless learning.
The episode features a bumper from Jeannette Van Houten, an assistive technology curriculum strategist from New Jersey. I was fortunate enough to meet Jeannette at ATIA 2010 in Orlando.
A.T.TIPS In This Episode-
A.T.TIP #75: Autocorrect in Microsoft Word
Step 1. Click on the Office Button
Step 2. Choose “Word Options”
Step 3. Select “Proofing” and then “AutoCorrect Options”
Step 4. Put the text you want to have replaced in the “Replace” box and the text you want to appear instead in the “With” box.
AutoCorrect in Word 2007
Or just watch this cool www.woopid.com tutorial I found on YouTube.com:
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