Posted by: episystechpubs | August 24, 2015

Editor’s Corner: The Joys of Autocorrection

Some of you may use the autocorrection feature in Microsoft® products or on your smartphone to correct typos and misspelled words. For those of you who use autocorrection, I am sure that you have figured out that the feature doesn’t always get it right. Even if you have customized your dictionaries, you shouldn’t depend on autocorrection to fix or catch all errors.

Here’s an example of autocorrection gone wrong:

Jackie Solano | Technical Editor | Symitar®

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