Stop the excessive comma suggestions
Lately Word's grammar correction suggests I put a comma after certain specific words every single time I use them, and most of the time it is unnecessary or straight up wrong. Even when they come at the end of a sentence, it will suggest a comma in front of or in place of the period. This includes words like 'also,' 'so,' 'oh,' 'well,' and more. I cannot figure out how to turn this particular suggestion off and it is far too common to not be annoying. Please stop.
You can customize the Grammar Checker in the Grammar Settings in the Proofing Options in Word. Please refer to the below linked help article (section “Display the Grammar Settings dialog box”)
Just uncheck the check box next to “Introductory Phrase” to turn off the Grammar rule which inserts a comma after introductory phrases.