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Therer are two possible options.

I.
You can use Replace in the menu Tools → AutoCorrect Options... → Replace.
Replace: wont
With: won't
An example with screenshot: here.

II.
You can create a user-defined exception dictionary:

Specifies whether you wish to avoid certain words in your documents. In this way, you can create a custom dictionary of all the words to be avoided. If this exception dictionary is activated, during spellchecking you receive a corresponding note about any words which should be avoided.

Word: wont
Replace By: won't

Examples (with screenshots): here, here, and here.

Therer There are two possible options.

I.
You can use Replace in the menu Tools → AutoCorrect Options... → Replace.
Replace: wont
With: won't
An example with screenshot: here.

II.
You can create a user-defined exception dictionary:

Specifies whether you wish to avoid certain words in your documents. In this way, you can create a custom dictionary of all the words to be avoided. If this exception dictionary is activated, during spellchecking you receive a corresponding note about any words which should be avoided.

Word: wont
Replace By: won't

Examples (with screenshots): here, here, and here.

There are two possible options.

I.
You can use Replace in the menu Tools → AutoCorrect Options... → Replace.
Replace: wont
With: won't
An example with screenshot: here.

II.
You can create a user-defined exception dictionary:

Specifies whether you wish to avoid certain words in your documents. In this way, you can create a custom dictionary of all the words to be avoided. If this exception dictionary is activated, during spellchecking you receive a corresponding note about any words which should be avoided.

Word: wont
Replace By: won't

Examples (with screenshots): with screenshots: here, here, and here.