A very legitimate question about auto completion, here is a short and short answer to auto completion!
In the case of automatic completion, the automatic completion in the background is carried out automatically each time a word is entered, and in the case of words it is automatically completed to form a word. If autocorrection is activated , it is also automatically corrected if necessary.
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"win" becomes "window" after input with auto-completion and auto-correction
"wat" becomes "water" after auto completion
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The list of terms in the standard Microsoft Auto Correct application in Microsoft Word can be replaced with non-standard words, phrases, etc. If you do this in a wise, comprehensive, and strategic manner, you can significantly improve the productivity and accuracy of keyboard input in highly productive work environments.
The best way to get the most out of the autocorrect routine is to take advantage of the fact that the most commonly typed words are the best candidates for providing shortcuts. For example with "t" for "the"; "w" for "with"; etc.
Any system, such as developing a technique, requires a learning curve to achieve mastery, but experience in developing a database of expressions has shown that shortcuts must be easy to repeat to ensure the most effective use of autocorrection.
There is also an autocomplete in the file search in File Explorer, but it is rather a suggestion list with similar words / search terms!
AutoCorrect is a software feature that is commonly found in word processing programs like Microsoft Word. As the name suggests, this feature automatically corrects spelling mistakes and common typing errors.
For example, a user could type "my words are incorrect" and the program would automatically change it to "my words are incorrect". As you can see in this example, AutoCorrect corrects not only the spelling error, but also the first letter of the sentence.
In the animated picture above you can see AutoCorrect in action. The first letter of each sentence is automatically capitalized, with the letter "i" in "I", "auto correct" in "autocorrect" and "ch" in "
FAQ 87: Updated on: 24 May 2020 13:55