Here's our Microsoft Office Tip for.. November 12, 2001
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Altering AutoCorrect to Allow for Two Initial Capitals
Although AutoCorrect is a great feature for silently correcting your most common errors, sometimes it just doesn't know what it's talking about. When writing about music, we found that Word 2000 always wanted to change "DJ" to the incorrect "Dj," which quickly became very frustrating. The key was to change our AutoCorrect settings to ignore the occurrence of two adjacent capital letters.

Select Tools, AutoCorrect and uncheck the Correct Two Initial Capitals box. Click OK, and AutoCorrect will leave those two initial capitals alone.