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    Text Message Dictionary

    Ok so I have accidently added words to my dictionary that aren't words and I want them out. How the eff do you delete mispelled words, I'm so tired of the words popping up as my first choice when trying to type the correct word.

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    Settings < Language and Keyboard < User Dictionary
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    For the Eris
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    Put that in your profile. Not sure how to do it with the Eris, but I'm not sure why it would be much different.

    Edit: My bad, this is in the Eris forum. Good luck.
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    Thanks, and I've checked pretty much anything that would have a remote possibility of having the dictionary in it and I've come up with nothing.
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    Thanks, thats perfect
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    thanks, that helped point me the right on my Droid Incredible
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    Lightbulb Its easy on the Eris

    Actually, on the Eris (update 2.1)its very easy to do.
    Go into your messages and bring up the keyboard,
    In the lower left corner is the setting button,
    Under those setting is "User Dictionary",
    from there you can remove any words that you added.

    Hope this helps.
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    To edit individual words in the dictionary on the Incredible, go to settings > language & keyboard > touch input > personal dictionary > edit personal dictionary.

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