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Learning to type a message

Having found the first letter to start the word I want to type, the next letter entered changes the previous letter. What am I doing wrong???
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Hi there,

It must be on predictive text. Basically you type the numbers according to any of the letters that are there.

So for example, if you wanted to type "Hello"
It would be 4(H) 3(E) 5(L) 5(L) 6(O)

This will show a word it thinks it can make from these numbers, generally by pressing the star key, you can flick through the options of words. If your word isn't there, you will have the option to type it in manually. For this (using the same example) you would have to type
44(H)
33(E)
555(L)
wait for a bit for the cursor to move over
555(L)
666(O)

You can see that predicitve is much faster.

I hope i fix ya problem :)

Posted on Apr 15, 2009

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