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Use AutoCorrect in Word to Prevent SQL Sever

Too often I see SQL Server misspelled as SQL Sever. You can easily prevent this by using AutoCorrect in Word.

Start by clicking on File.

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Figure 1. Click on File in Word.

Next, click on Options.

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Figure 2. Click on Options.

On the Word Options dialog box, select Proofing and then click the AutoCorrect Options button.

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Figure 3. Click the AutoCorrect Options button.

Enter sql sever under Replace and SQL Server under With. Click the Add button.

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Figure 4. Click the Add button after entering the text strings.

You may also wish to add the following automatic correction to ensure proper casing of SQL Server. This allows you to type sql server without using the shift key but ending up with SQL Server as the result.

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Figure 5. Ensure the SQL Server is always properly cased.

Published Saturday, May 07, 2016 7:07 PM by John Paul Cook

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RichB said:

I've always wondered why Microsoft don't bother protecting their brand integrity with their own tool sets.

May 9, 2016 10:58 PM

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About John Paul Cook

John Paul Cook is a Data Platform Solution Architect working out of Microsoft's Houston office. Prior to joining Microsoft, he was a SQL Server MVP. He is experienced in SQL Server and Oracle database application design, development, and implementation. He has spoken at many conferences including Microsoft TechEd and the SQL PASS Summit. He has worked in oil and gas, financial, manufacturing, and healthcare industries. John is also a Registered Nurse who graduated from Vanderbilt University with a Master of Science in Nursing Informatics and is an active member of the Sigma Theta Tau nursing honor society. He volunteers as a nurse at a clinic that treats low income and uninsured patients. Contributing author to SQL Server MVP Deep Dives and SQL Server MVP Deep Dives Volume 2. Opinions expressed in John's blog are strictly his own and do not represent Microsoft in any way.

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