The Register: "One of the noted characteristics of Microsoft software is that it has a tendency to
behave, with absolute assurance, as if it knows better than you. Our attention has
been drawn to a particularly striking example of this unearthed by Woody's Watch -
essentially, Office XP autocorrects hyperlinks you 'mistyped,' hides the correction
from you, then doesn't correct it back when you try to correct it back."
June 1, 2001