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Word Word completion has stopped working on my pocket PC. I must have changed something, but what? I get into settings/personal/input/word completion; the box 'Suggest Words When Entering Text' is ticked, but the system does not obey?? Does anyone know what I have changed?

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Re: Word

Word completion only works with the keyboard as input. You haven???t installed an alternate keyboard or anything that might give some interference to its normal operation, have you?

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