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Blackberry input problem

Posted on 2011-09-06
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when i input alphabet, i get underline over alphabet and have to push enter key.
do you know how to input directly?
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by:Mike Sullivan
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Hello hiroyuki718,

If I read your question correctly, the BlackBerry handset is using Autocorrect to suggest words as you are typing and you would just like to type. Is that correct?

If this is the case, whilst you are typing and you have finished a word, if you just press the Space key, it should just select the appropriate word and allow you to move on to the next. The only time you should need the Enter key is if you need to start a new line.

I hope this helps. Apologies if I've misunderstood your question.

Mike
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by:Tony T
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thank you.
if i want to disable the function, what should i do?
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It's in the language and input section of the handset. The exact location depends on which handset you have.

Options > Typing and Input > Language or, on older models, Options > Language (sometimes listed as Regional Settings). You'll find Options on the front screen. It's the icon that looks like a spanner.

Look for the Language that has been selected. You need the Multitap option to turn off predictive text.

Hope this helps,

Mike
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