Stupid question...how do you negate an auto choice?

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    For example, if I want to send the word "cus" it defaults to "customer"...is there a quick way to just send wtf I want?
     
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    you can just long press the word to add it to the dictionary. It won't auto-replace from that point on.
     
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    Also if you type in "cus" and it defaults to "customer" the original word "cus" should still show up in the list on the far left. If you click it it will move on and not replace it.
     
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    Not trying to step on the previous posters toes but to clarify, on the bottom of your text/post/email you have the word suggestions. Simply press the first one which is the one you've written, in this case cus and that will solve your problem.
     
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    Yeah I can do that, just curious if there was something else. Thanks though!