Most users are probably familiar with AutoCorrect options because these have been around for a few versions of Word. Basically, Office, or for our purposes, Access will try to intelligently and automatically correct what it interprets as spelling errors. As soon as a word is autocorrected, the AutoCorrect Options button will appear immediately after the work. The icon will change to a button icon when you point to it. Clicking the button provides options such as to undo the change, stop making the change, and to open the AutoCorrect window so that more preferences can be set. Since you are probably familiar with this feature in Word, we'll move on without providing an example.
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