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- Basic - Computers - Desktops - Excel - Laptops - Microsoft Office - Software - November 26, 2022

How to turn off AutoCorrect in Microsoft Excel

The AutoCorrect tool in Microsoft Excel is helpful for automatically capitalizing and correcting misspelled words.
You can disable some or all AutoCorrect capabilities if you do not want some of the adjustments to be made automatically.

Choose your computer’s version of Microsoft Excel from the list below, then follow the steps to turn off the AutoCorrect capabilities.

Microsoft Excel 2016 and newer

  1. Open Excel.
  2. Click the File tab.
  3. At the bottom-left, select Options.
  4. Click the Proofing option in the Excel Options box.
  5. Select AutoCorrect Options from the menu.

You may either completely turn off AutoCorrect or eliminate aspects you don’t like, including the automatic capitalization of sentence-starting letters.
The function is activated if the box is checked.
The functionality is deactivated if the box is left unchecked.

You may also remove terms you don’t want automatically fixed or add new automatic corrections for words you frequently misspell.

Microsoft Excel 2010, and 2013

  1. Open Excel.
  2. Click the File tab.
  3. In the left menu window, select Options.
  4. Click the Proofing option in the Excel Options box.
  5. Select AutoCorrect Options from the menu.

You may either completely turn off AutoCorrect or eliminate aspects you don’t like, including the automatic capitalization of sentence-starting letters.
The function is activated if the box is checked.
The functionality is deactivated if the box is left unchecked.

You may also remove terms you don’t want automatically fixed or add new automatic corrections for words you frequently misspell.

Microsoft Excel 2007

  1. Open Excel.
  2. In the top left corner, click the Office button.
  3. Press Excel Options.
  4. Click the Proofing option in the Excel Options box.
  5. Select AutoCorrect Options from the menu.

You may either completely turn off AutoCorrect or eliminate aspects you don’t like, including the automatic capitalization of sentence-starting letters.
The function is activated if the box is checked.
The functionality is deactivated if the box is left unchecked.

You may also remove terms you don’t want automatically fixed or add new automatic corrections for words you frequently misspell.

Microsoft Excel 2003 and older

  1. Open Excel.
  2. Choose Tools.
  3. Choosing Options.
  4. Click the Spelling tab in the Options box.
  5. Choose the AutoCorrect Options button.

You may either completely turn off AutoCorrect or eliminate aspects you don’t like, including the automatic capitalization of sentence-starting letters.
The function is activated if the box is checked.
The functionality is deactivated if the box is left unchecked.

You may also remove terms you don’t want automatically fixed or add new automatic corrections for words you frequently misspell.

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