08-15-2018 10:55 AM
I bought an Ideapad 320 in June. Quite often when I write English in an e-mail or a forum, the computer will "correct" the small letters into capital letters in nouns etc, even though they shouldn't have capital letters. So I have to proofread everything I write and correct it again, if not my e-mails will look quite silly.
This is how my computer thinks I should have written this post:
Quite often when I write English in an E-mail or a Forum, the Computer will "correct" the small Letters into Capital Letters in Nouns etc, even though they shouldn't have Capital Letters. So I have to proofread everything I write and correct it again, if not my E-mails will look quite silly.
It's very annoying, as you can see. Does anybody have an idea how I can fix this?
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08-15-2018 11:56 AM
Welcome to the Community Forums.
It appears that autocorrect features maybe at work.
You can try to click the start button at the bottom left hand of the screen.
Go to Settings > Devices > Typing > Spelling
Slide off Autocorrect mispelled words.
Update us how it goes for you.
08-16-2018 12:48 PM
How about in notepad and in Microsoft Word? Is it also still doing the same thing there? Do you also have the options aside the ones under "Spelling" section? Could you also try disabling some other options there? -MarioIII_Lenovo
08-16-2018 01:04 PM
Try to use a different browser (example here in our forums) to check if there are any browser specific auto correct tool that is being used by the browser itself. Some extensions may be disabled from the browser setting that you need to check.
Update us how it goes.