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    Autoscrewup (2003)

    I have a document, notes from a meeting, where I identified each speaker at the beginning of a line using first and last initials, as in DW: for David Watson. Now I am preparing the minutes and want to replace DW: with Watson: but Word automatically capitalizes, to WATSON. Autocorrection of an item I have entered into a Replace field to be used repeatedly is nuts, thank you. I've played around with the Autocorrect options, but I can't figure out how to disable this "feature." either by not autocorrecting replacement items or not capitalizing when the word originally was in caps. Help, please?

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    Re: Autoscrewup (2003)

    Click More in the Edit | Replace dialog and tick the check box "Match Case". DW will be replaced by Watson exactly as you type it.

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