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Windows Phone 7 : Fixing Mistakes

11/28/2010 5:23:25 PM
Windows Phone 7 can catch and fix a surprising number of common typos. For example, it automatically capitalizes the pronoun I and adds an apostrophe to contractions like can’t or won’t. The more you take advantage of these tricks, the faster you’ll type. When Windows Phone doesn’t recognize a word, it flags the suspicious entry with a squiggly red underline (only in e-mail and Word Mobile, however). You can always fix a goof manually, too.

1. Fix a Typo

  1. Tap the word you want to correct.

  2. If you see the word you want to replace it with, tap it. Flick left on the suggestion bar to see more replacement options.


Tip:

Here’s a big time saver: Tap Space twice at the end of any sentence. The phone not only adds a period but also automatically capitalizes the next word.



Tip:

If you don’t want Windows Phone to automatically suggest words, you can turn off suggestions by tapping Settings > Keyboard and clearing Suggest Text And Highlight Misspelled Words.

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