At 15:55 24/12/2018 +0900, Thomas Blasejewicz wrote:
To quickly undo an AutoCorrect replacement, press Ctrl+Z. *This also
adds the word or abbreviation that you typed to the AutoCorrect
As I said, I'm surprised. There is no mention of this in the Writer
Guide. And you seem to have confirmed that you find it not to be true.
The problem: there *** IS NO *** (c) in the replacement list. (only
(R)) I have looked at least twice. In all three languages I use.
As you will have seen, V Stuart Foote finds ".*(C)" there.
I just entered (c) under "Replace" AND "With". For now, that seems
to be working.
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