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Is it possible to disbale auto correct (such as fixing capitalization) for a specific style template only? I'm interested in a solution for Word 2013.

This is specifically for autocorrect, configured File / Options / Document proofing (?) / Auto Correct.

The purpose is to disable it for the style sheet used for code samples. Auto correct from

int

to

Int 

is painful, but I don't want to lose autocorrect completely.

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For disabling autocorrect option MSword -> file->option ->proofing

You will options to disable it.Also from 'autocorrect option' inside proofing.

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That’s explicitly not what @peterchen asked for. He wants to turn it off only for a particular style, not for everything in the program. –  KRyan Aug 23 '13 at 22:51

MsWord - > In the Styles group on the Home Tab (Expand it)->Apply Style ->(Selected style is to be Normal) modify (do required modification)->Format->Language -> uncheck the spell check(if thats also not required)

for specific style you can check this link

http://blogs.msdn.com/b/acoat/archive/2009/08/09/turning-off-proofing-and-autocorrect-in-word-2007.aspx

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While this link may answer the question, it is better to include the essential parts of the answer here and provide the link for reference. Link-only answers can become invalid if the linked page changes. –  Nifle Feb 7 '13 at 10:51
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This is already enabled, but turns off spell checking only (squiggly lines). However, auto correction (as configured in file / Options / Document proofing (?) / Auto Correct) is still active, e.g. changing capitalization and the beginning of a paragraph. –  peterchen Feb 7 '13 at 12:20

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