How to Enable Autocorrect on Your Chromebook

Chromebook Auto-correction

I hate to admit this, but I am addicted to autocorrect on my phone. I intentionally type difficult words using incorrect spelling and let the autocorrect take care of it.

Do you want the autocorrect feature on your Chromebook too? Here is how to enable autocorrect on your Chromebook.

Enabling Autocorrect on a Chromebook

To enable autocorrect:

  1. Open the Settings app.
  2. From the left pane, select Language and Inputs.
  3. Select Inputs and keyboards.
  4. Under Input methods, select a language.
  5. Click to enable the Auto-correction toggle.

You are now ready to test the auto-correction on your Chromebook. Go ahead and give it a try and let me know how it works.

Why not use the comment form below to test autocorrect?

3 responses to “How to Enable Autocorrect on Your Chromebook”

  1. I do not know if it worked? Could be goofed up. Ah, it corrected! Thanks for the tip!

  2. Didn’t work, no matter what I did, until it dawned on me that I was using my PC, not my CBook!😳

  3. Andy Cohn

    On my iPhone I set words in my autocorrect to automatically replace with something pre-written. For example I use @@ to automatically type out my email address so I don’t need to. Or ## for my phone number.

    Is there a way to do that with the chrome OS?

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