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    overriding its suggestions on a case-by-case basis?

    When I want to type something that it is not familiar with, like maybe some letters like FB and I do not want to accept what it is trying to suggest, how do I continue typing without it changing that word?

    Thanks.
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    you just click the letters you actually typed that should be in the far left of the suggested words. for instance if you type fb there will be a list of possible words that pops up under your message and you just click on fb by touching it and it will put that in there. hope that helps.

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