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Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Using the Word Completion feature of OpenOffice.org


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1-Word Completion, which is enabled by default, allows you to hit one key to complete a word (rather than type the entire thing out).
word completion in openoffice

2-To access the Word Completion settings, click Tools and then AutoCorrect….
word completion in openoffice

3-Select the Word Completion tab.

word completion in openoffice

4-From here you can disable Word Completion entirely if it’s a feature that gets in your way more than it helps. To do so, just remove the check from the Enable word completion box and click OK

word completion in openoffice

5-Another default is that Word Completion won’t “work” unless the word to be completed is 10 characters or longer. If you are a fan of Word Completion, you may want to lower the number of characters required in a word before OpenOffice.org offers to complete it. To do so, just choose the number of characters from the Min. word length drop-down list.

word completion in openoffice

6-Another helpful feature to save on keystrokes is to have OpenOffice append a ’space’ each time you use Word Completion. To enable this feature, just place a check in the box labeled Append space.
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