You can add words to AutoCorrect while you spell check a document or at the AutoCorrect dialog box.
Display the AutoCorrect dialog box by clicking the Office button, clicking the Word Options button, clicking Proofing, and then clicking the AutoCorrect Options button.
Use the AutoCorrect Options button that displays when you hover the mouse over corrected text to change corrected text back to the original spelling, stop the automatic correction of specific text, or display the AutoCorrect dialog box.
The AutoCorrect dialog box contains several symbols you can insert in a document by typing specific text or characters.
You can insert a symbol from the Symbol dialog box into the AutoCorrect dialog box. To do this, display the Symbol dialog box, click the desired symbol, and then click the AutoCorrect button.
Customize the Quick Access toolbar with options from the Customize Quick Access Toolbar button drop-down list.
With options at the Customize Quick Access Toolbar button drop-down list, you can minimize the ribbon and change the location of the Quick Access toolbar.
Add a button or command to the Quick Access toolbar by right-clicking the desired button or command and then clicking Add to Quick Access Toolbar at the shortcut list.
You can customize the Quick Access toolbar with options at the Word Options dialog box with Customize selected.
You can customize the Quick Access toolbar for all documents or for a specific document.
The Choose commands from option at the Word Options dialog box with Customize selected has a default setting of Popular Commands. Change this option to All Commands to display all buttons and options available for adding to the Quick Access toolbar.
Customize Word options at the Word Options dialog box.
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