Then, under Editing Options, deselect the Overtype Mode check box and click OK.(It might be quicker to double-click OVR on the status bar, if you can point the user to it.) User: Everything's gone, all my toolbars and menus and everything — there's nothing here but text. Solution: Direct the user's attention to the Close Full Screen View button at the bottom of the window (depending on the version) or tell them to press Alt V to display the View menu.If you type a space before and after the hyphens, it will convert them to an en dash.To disable this feature, Go to Tools | Auto Correct Options and select the Auto Format As You Type tab.It's not always the features themselves that are annoying — it's just not knowing how to control them.And finally, Word 2007 offers the same feature set described here, but accessing the options is a little different.
A few things to keep in mind: First, many of the options you need are located in the Auto Format As You Type tab.
This time, find the Replace Text As You Type check box.
Either deselect it to suppress all replacements or select and delete individual items in the list below it.
To free yourself from this formatting frenzy, just press Enter a second time, and Word will knock it off.
If you type a word, two hyphens, and another word (no spaces), Word will convert the hyphens to an em dash.