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16 January 2014, 03:56
Alberta Canuck
Help with Windows 7
Is it possible to turn off the damned portion of this software that constantly second-guesses what I am typing and puts the wrong word into my text before I even have the word completely typed?

I don't want it to help me unless I ask it to...I just want it to butt out.

If I can turn that feature off, how do I go about doing it?
23 January 2014, 23:58
PaulS
Yes there is.
Open Internet Explorer and you should see a menu named "Tools" or "Options". you should be able to set your preferences in it.


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25 May 2014, 03:47
Alberta Canuck
I have opened Internet Explorer, Control Panel, and numerous other possibilities. None appear to have an Options button or a Tools button that has anything to do with my e-mail spelling and syntax-checker.


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05 June 2014, 07:26
BEJ
http://www.sevenforums.com/
06 June 2014, 04:12
PaulS
Turn off the "suggestions" and the "auto-complete" in your email app.


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08 December 2014, 07:57
Allan DeGroot
I tend to be a better typist and speller so the auto-complete never really bothered me much.


OTOH it asking me every time I click on something if I'm sure I want the computer doing what I just told it to do (or asking if I want the program I just opened making changes to the computer I often scream out loud "No I clicked on the icon to read this stupid question once more!"

It is called UAC, user account control and you must manually turn it off (For instructions how, do a google search for "Turn off user account control"...

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