Autocorrections in Word 2002

  Paul2008 10:13 03 Dec 09
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Hi Folks
Does anyone know where Word 2002 stores the autocorrections that I add?
Thanks
Paul2008

  BRYNIT 10:37 03 Dec 09

I think if you go to tools/AutoCorrect options. from the AutoText tabs you will find a list which you can add to or delete from. I think this may be where you will find any thing you have added. Or possible from the AutoCorrect tab click on exceptions.

  Paul2008 10:53 03 Dec 09

Thanks Brynit
My question wasn't clear enough.
I am looking for where Word stores the entries in the programme (a .acl file, I think) so that I can backup the file in case I need to do a re-installation as I don't want to have to re-enter everything if I have to reinstall.

  BRYNIT 11:12 03 Dec 09

This might help click here

  Paul2008 08:09 04 Dec 09

I found that my registry has 10,0 and there isn't anything in there that I can see related to Autocorrect.
So I will save the .acl files from C: and hope I can use them if I have to do a reinstall sometime!
I only have about 25 corrections so it isn't a huge deal if it doesn't work.
Thanks for your help!
Paul2008

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