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Select the "Texting," "Text Messaging" or similar option on the menu screen.
Choose the "Text Options" or "Options" selection on the "Text Messaging" screen. Choose "New Message" or "New Msg" if no "Options" selection is available, then press the button associated with the "Options" selection found on the blank message screen.
Select "Entry Mode" on the screen. A list of options appear.
Select a non-iTap mode, such as "Symbols" or "abc2." Press "OK." The iTap entry mode is disabled.
no you can't put it in the dectionary instead you have to change the settings "iTAP english" to "TAP english"
to change it while you are creating a message select options go to text setup then change the primary text to "TAP english"
Go to Messages -->Create-->SMS/EMS-->the message multiline appears . Now press the round button in the centre of directional keys, this will take you to message editor. Now go to Entry set up . In the Primary setup select TAP english and in the secondary set up select TAP English.