Swype help, invalid word in dictionary I can't delete.

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  1. belome

    belome Member

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    OK, somehow I got the word 'ertl' in my swype dictionary. Everytime I try to swype 'will' it comes up and says ertl is hiding it and I need to delete it.

    I have deleted it about 5 times and it just keeps coming back.

    Has anyone else had a similar problem and found a way to correct it?
     
  2. Webleeper

    Webleeper New Member

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    type the word you are trying to get rid of, select/highlight that word then hit the swpe button... This will give you the option to delete the word from the Swype dictionary
     
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    an easy was to do it if u type the word and the quickly double tap it. it will become highlighted then press the swype key
     
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    Hi Belome,

    I've had the same probem with another word (a client's last name). I think I may have found the solution. Try typing that word and then add a space at the end of it. After that, highlight it and hit the Swype key. For some reason, that space seems to make the difference.

    Good luck, Peter
     
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