Backup your Text Shortcuts with AuthorTec AutoCorrect
AuthorTec AutoCorrect protects you from having to re-create all of your AutoCorrect and Auto Text entries after changing your version of Office or getting a new computer.
It backs up your entries so that you won’t you lose them.
Use your backups to restore your entries into your new system.
Extract and share your entries with colleagues.
Use AuthorTec AutoCorrect for free for 30 days.
How to Access & Use
Open Word and click the Developer tab along the top of your screen to access the AuthorTec AutoCorrect AC and AT Backup/Restore button.
Use AuthorTec AutoCorrect to backup your AutoCorrect and AutoText entries so that you will be able to restore them when the time comes, or to export them to share them with a colleague right now.
Learn how to use AuthorTec AutoCorrect with our Tutorial and by using the instructions that are built into the software.
If you don’t see your Developer tab, please follow the steps in our Tutorial to allow it to display.
Not familiar with AutoCorrect and Auto Text?
These two Word features eliminate the need to manually type commonly used text or phrases into each new Word document.
AutoCorrect completes words, phrases, or sentences after you've typed a few characters.
AutoText stores blocks of formatted text that you can select and insert.
These functions are easy to use; kind of like clicking a favorite on your phone to make a call instead of entering in the number.
Once you start to use them, you forget how much they help you until that fateful moment when you start up your new computer or open Office after a version upgrade.
That’s when you learn that you’ve lost all of your AutoCorrect and AutoText entries, unless you have AuthorTec AutoCorrect.
Because both the AutoCorrect and AutoText functions are buried within Word these days, we include a bonus Instruction Set to help you get started, at the end of our AuthorTec AutoCorrect Tutorial.
AuthorTec AutoCorrect is a Microsoft Office Word add-in.
It runs with:
PC Office 2019, 2016, 2013 and 2010
Mac Office 2019 and 2016
Office 365 with a PC or Mac desktop version of Office.
Please review our System Requirements for additional technical information.