On the task bar type file explorer in the search box. You can also edit the autocorrect list by entering your desired corrections in the replace and with text fields under the list shown above.
Here s how it s done.
Text editors or autocorrect. Changing or deleting an autocorrect entry. To remove the entry click delete or to change the text that will be created type the new text in the with field and click replace. The default exc file contains a list of words that are excluded from autocorrect.
You can also right click on the autohotkey icon in your system tray and choose edit this script though this will open it in notepad which isn t particularly user friendly for making edits. Before you can edit these files though you need to know what they are for. If you experience any problems or discover any inaccuracies please let us know by filling in the form on the contact page.
The default dic file is the dictionary file. Replace indicates the text to be replaced and with indicates the text that it will be replaced with. The default acl file contains words that are autocorrected.
If you use another text editor right click the script file and choose open with or drag and drop it into your chosen text editor to view and edit it there. When you are done just click on add to add it to the list. You can edit the autocorrect dictionary to add your own words and their correct spelling.
To make changes to or remove an autocorrect entry go back to file options proofing autocorrect find the entry by typing the shortcut into the replace field or scroll down the list. Autocorrection also known as text replacement replace as you type or simply autocorrect is an automatic data validation function commonly found in word processors and text editing interfaces for smartphones and tablet computers its principal purpose is as part of the spell checker to correct common spelling or typing errors saving time for the user. All three files can be edited in notepad or in any other text editor like notepad.