Google recently updated Google Docs to enable autocorrect by default.
Autocorrect is intended to speed up writing by correcting misspelled words as someone types. Corrected words are identified with a grey dashed underline. As they continue typing, the underline will disappear.
To undo a correction, just hit backspace, and select “Undo” while hovering over the word.
To not to use autocorrect, disable it by selecting Tools > Preferences and unchecking “automatically correct spelling.”
Visit Google’s G Suite blog to learn more about autocorrect in Google Docs.
With questions about Google Docs or any G Suite application, contact the Help Desk at (208) 426-4357 or email email@example.com.