I started my PhD last August, and recently I submitted an abstract to a major conference. After submitting it I noticed that on one of my figures, which contain multiple subfigures, I have forgotten to remove some of the red AutoCorrect squiggly underlines in the figure headings. As the abstract deadline has been reached, it is not possible for me to correct this and submit a new version. I really don't know how I could have missed this considering how carefully I worked on the abstract, but somehow this just slipped by both me and my supervisor who reviewed the abstract. I feel that the research itself is of high enough quality to warrant a presentation, but now I'm worried that this stupid mistake may affect my overall score under the review process.
My question is therefore: how serious is such a "cosmetic" error when the abstract is reviewed? If anyone familiar with the review process can inform me how much emphasis is put on this, then I would greatly appreciate it!