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Auto-replacement Key Storkes

Discussion in 'New Member Introductions & Site Assistance' started by JimRozek, Jun 2, 2010.

  1. JimRozek
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    Just received my Droid about a week ago. Still learning. I use it for scheduling, To Do List and e-mail. I am finding that it is really a mini-computer. A definite enhancement to my Blackberry Curve, even though that is quite a piece of electronics.

    Question: I have observed that there is some type of Auto-converting/key stroke replacement program running. Example: If I type in "Re:<space>", it expands to either "Really:" or "Revere". Does anyone know where the definition to this program is so I can add and modify some of the key strokes?
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    I'm using a keyboard replacement, but I believe you can do it using the method below:

    Settings > Language & Keyboard > User Dictionary > Hit the menu key to add words