How do you get the text messaging to accept the suggested wording? What button do you push to do that. For example, when you start to type a word and it suggests a full word that you want, how do you get it to insert that word?
Above the numbers on your phone is a circle with 4 arrows, one pointing in each direction.....when the word that you want appears on your screen push the arrow that points right. It will then put the word into your text message and skip a space so that you can begin the next word
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Select the text you want to spell check, or place the cursor anywhere in the text to spell check the entire document.
Go to the Tools menu.
Select Spelling and Grammar. The Spelling and Grammar window opens, and Word begins spell checking.
View any flagged words or phrases in the upper-left window. Just above this window, you will see the reason Word has flagged this text.
Check the Suggestions window in the lower-left corner of the Spelling and Grammar window for correction suggestions.
Click the Change button to make the suggested correction.
Click Change All if you want all instances of this error corrected within the text that you are spell checking.
Enter your own change if you disagree with the suggested correction (or if there is no suggestion) by placing your cursor in the flagged text window and correcting the text as you would in any Word document.
Click the Change button to implement your correction.
Click Ignore if no correction is needed; click Ignore All to skip all further occurrences of this "misspelling."
I had this problem and it was very annoying. What you have to do is..... create a new text message, enter the text that is annoying (mine was is coming up as 47). When you type the word and it comes up with the annoying one, select the word that you wanted and enter a space, and do it again and again (you can do this in the same text message - it can take up to 20 goes and eventually, the dictionary recognises that you actually wanted "is".
are you using predictive text? if so keep pushing the star button this way you can see other words then enter in your own words when needed as it will say spell in the bottom left so you can add to its dictionary?
hit # to toggle through the different modes... however, if you get used to using the 'autosuggest', it'll make things faster, and as you use it, it'll start to learn what words you use more often. just hit the key for whatever letter you want, and then you can cycle through suggestions, probably with up and down on the dpad, or take the suggested word with right. you don't hit multiple buttons to get the letter you want, you let it guess for you. so, to get 'hello', you press 43556, instead of 4433555555666.