Friday, 13 January 2012

Customize Grammar and Writing Style in Word


Customize Grammar and Writing Style in Word

If you have specific rules of grammar and style that you want to apply to every Word document—for example, only one space between sentences or a comma before the last item in a list—you can customize Word so it automatically checks these rules for you.

To customize grammar and writing style:

1. On the Tools menu, click Options, and then click the Spelling & Grammar tab.

2. Click Settings.

3. In the Writing style box, select whether you want to customize settings for grammar and style, or grammar only.

4. In the Grammar and style options box, do one or both of following:

* Under Require, select the options you want for serial commas, punctuation within quotation marks, and number of spaces between sentences.

* Under Grammar and Style, select or clear the check boxes next to the rules you want the grammar checker to check or ignore.

Editor's Note: To restore the original rules of the selected grammar and writing style, click Reset All.


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