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How to write text

There are various ways of entering text when you write notes or messages. Follow these instructions to learn how to write text.

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Introduction

Text input is used in many of the phone functions, e.g. notes and messages. The following steps require that one of these functions is open and that the message field is active.

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Select text input settings

There are a number of different text input settings. The most important settings are described in the following steps.
Choose one of the following options:
Select keypad type, go to 2a.
Select writing language for QWERTY or phone keypad, go to 2b.
Select writing language for Swype keypad, go to 2c.
Activate or deactivate predictive text input for QWERTY or phone keypad, go to 2d.
Activate or deactivate word completion for QWERTY or phone keypad, go to 2e.
Activate or deactivate word completion for Swype keypad, go to 2f.

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2a - Select keypad type

Press and hold the message field until a pop-up menu is displayed.

Swype is a keypad where you slide your finger across the keys instead of pressing them.
Qwerty Keypad has one letter on each key.
3x4 Keypad is a phone keypad with several letters on each key.
Handwriting box 1 consists of several fields. You can write one character in each field a time using handwriting.
Handwriting box 2 consists of one field. You can write several characters in the same field using handwriting.
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2a - Select keypad type

Press Input method.

Swype is a keypad where you slide your finger across the keys instead of pressing them.
Qwerty Keypad has one letter on each key.
3x4 Keypad is a phone keypad with several letters on each key.
Handwriting box 1 consists of several fields. You can write one character in each field a time using handwriting.
Handwriting box 2 consists of one field. You can write several characters in the same field using handwriting.
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2a - Select keypad type

Press Swype or Samsung keypad.

Swype is a keypad where you slide your finger across the keys instead of pressing them.
Qwerty Keypad has one letter on each key.
3x4 Keypad is a phone keypad with several letters on each key.
Handwriting box 1 consists of several fields. You can write one character in each field a time using handwriting.
Handwriting box 2 consists of one field. You can write several characters in the same field using handwriting.
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2a - Select keypad type

If you select Samsung keypad:

Swype is a keypad where you slide your finger across the keys instead of pressing them.
Qwerty Keypad has one letter on each key.
3x4 Keypad is a phone keypad with several letters on each key.
Handwriting box 1 consists of several fields. You can write one character in each field a time using handwriting.
Handwriting box 2 consists of one field. You can write several characters in the same field using handwriting.
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2a - Select keypad type

Press the settings icon (a gear wheel).

Swype is a keypad where you slide your finger across the keys instead of pressing them.
Qwerty Keypad has one letter on each key.
3x4 Keypad is a phone keypad with several letters on each key.
Handwriting box 1 consists of several fields. You can write one character in each field a time using handwriting.
Handwriting box 2 consists of one field. You can write several characters in the same field using handwriting.
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2a - Select keypad type

Press Portrait keypad types.

Swype is a keypad where you slide your finger across the keys instead of pressing them.
Qwerty Keypad has one letter on each key.
3x4 Keypad is a phone keypad with several letters on each key.
Handwriting box 1 consists of several fields. You can write one character in each field a time using handwriting.
Handwriting box 2 consists of one field. You can write several characters in the same field using handwriting.
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2a - Select keypad type

Press Qwerty Keypad, 3x4 Keypad, Handwriting box 1 or Handwriting box 2.

Swype is a keypad where you slide your finger across the keys instead of pressing them.
Qwerty Keypad has one letter on each key.
3x4 Keypad is a phone keypad with several letters on each key.
Handwriting box 1 consists of several fields. You can write one character in each field a time using handwriting.
Handwriting box 2 consists of one field. You can write several characters in the same field using handwriting.
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2b - Select writing language for QWERTY or phone keypad

Press the settings icon (a gear wheel).

The selected language determines which characters are available and which dictionary that is used for word completion.
Before you can change writing language, you need to select Qwerty Keypad or 3x4 Keypad in step 2a.
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2b - Select writing language for QWERTY or phone keypad

Press Input languages.

The selected language determines which characters are available and which dictionary that is used for word completion.
Before you can change writing language, you need to select Qwerty Keypad or 3x4 Keypad in step 2a.
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2b - Select writing language for QWERTY or phone keypad

Press the required language.

The selected language determines which characters are available and which dictionary that is used for word completion.
Before you can change writing language, you need to select Qwerty Keypad or 3x4 Keypad in step 2a.
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2b - Select writing language for QWERTY or phone keypad

When the box next to a language is ticked (V), it is selected.

The selected language determines which characters are available and which dictionary that is used for word completion.
Before you can change writing language, you need to select Qwerty Keypad or 3x4 Keypad in step 2a.
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2b - Select writing language for QWERTY or phone keypad

Press the Return key twice to return to text input.

The selected language determines which characters are available and which dictionary that is used for word completion.
Before you can change writing language, you need to select Qwerty Keypad or 3x4 Keypad in step 2a.
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2b - Select writing language for QWERTY or phone keypad

Press and hold Space.

The selected language determines which characters are available and which dictionary that is used for word completion.
Before you can change writing language, you need to select Qwerty Keypad or 3x4 Keypad in step 2a.
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2b - Select writing language for QWERTY or phone keypad

Drag your finger right or left to select the required writing language.

The selected language determines which characters are available and which dictionary that is used for word completion.
Before you can change writing language, you need to select Qwerty Keypad or 3x4 Keypad in step 2a.
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2c - Select writing language for Swype keypad

Press the settings icon (a gear wheel).

The selected language determines which characters are available and which dictionary that is used for word completion.
Before you can change writing language, you need to select Swype in step 2a.
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2c - Select writing language for Swype keypad

Press Options.

The selected language determines which characters are available and which dictionary that is used for word completion.
Before you can change writing language, you need to select Swype in step 2a.
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2c - Select writing language for Swype keypad

Press Language.

The selected language determines which characters are available and which dictionary that is used for word completion.
Before you can change writing language, you need to select Swype in step 2a.
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2c - Select writing language for Swype keypad

Press the required language.

The selected language determines which characters are available and which dictionary that is used for word completion.
Before you can change writing language, you need to select Swype in step 2a.
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2c - Select writing language for Swype keypad

When the box next to a language is ticked (V), it is selected.

The selected language determines which characters are available and which dictionary that is used for word completion.
Before you can change writing language, you need to select Swype in step 2a.
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2c - Select writing language for Swype keypad

Press the Return key twice to return to text input.

The selected language determines which characters are available and which dictionary that is used for word completion.
Before you can change writing language, you need to select Swype in step 2a.
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2c - Select writing language for Swype keypad

Press the language to select the required writing language.

The selected language determines which characters are available and which dictionary that is used for word completion.
Before you can change writing language, you need to select Swype in step 2a.
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2d - Activate or deactivate predictive text input for QWERTY or phone keypad

Press and hold the settings icon (a gear wheel).

If you activate predictive text input, words based on the letters you have keyed in are displayed.
Before you can activate predictive text input, you need to select Qwerty Keypad or 3x4 Keypad in step 2a.
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2d - Activate or deactivate predictive text input for QWERTY or phone keypad

Press XT9 to activate or deactivate the function.

If you activate predictive text input, words based on the letters you have keyed in are displayed.
Before you can activate predictive text input, you need to select Qwerty Keypad or 3x4 Keypad in step 2a.
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2d - Activate or deactivate predictive text input for QWERTY or phone keypad

When the box next to the menu item is ticked (V), the function is activated.

If you activate predictive text input, words based on the letters you have keyed in are displayed.
Before you can activate predictive text input, you need to select Qwerty Keypad or 3x4 Keypad in step 2a.
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2d - Activate or deactivate predictive text input for QWERTY or phone keypad

Press the Return key to go back to text input.

If you activate predictive text input, words based on the letters you have keyed in are displayed.
Before you can activate predictive text input, you need to select Qwerty Keypad or 3x4 Keypad in step 2a.
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2e - Activate or deactivate word completion for QWERTY or phone keypad

Press and hold the settings icon (a gear wheel).

If you activate word suggestions, words are suggested as you key in the letters.
Before you can activate or deactivate word completion, you need to select Qwerty Keypad or 3x4 Keypad in step 2a.
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2e - Activate or deactivate word completion for QWERTY or phone keypad

Press XT9 to activate predictive text input.

If you activate word suggestions, words are suggested as you key in the letters.
Before you can activate or deactivate word completion, you need to select Qwerty Keypad or 3x4 Keypad in step 2a.
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2e - Activate or deactivate word completion for QWERTY or phone keypad

When the box next to the menu item is ticked (V), the function is activated.

If you activate word suggestions, words are suggested as you key in the letters.
Before you can activate or deactivate word completion, you need to select Qwerty Keypad or 3x4 Keypad in step 2a.
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2e - Activate or deactivate word completion for QWERTY or phone keypad

Press XT9 advanced settings.

If you activate word suggestions, words are suggested as you key in the letters.
Before you can activate or deactivate word completion, you need to select Qwerty Keypad or 3x4 Keypad in step 2a.
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2e - Activate or deactivate word completion for QWERTY or phone keypad

Press Word completion to activate or deactivate the function.

If you activate word suggestions, words are suggested as you key in the letters.
Before you can activate or deactivate word completion, you need to select Qwerty Keypad or 3x4 Keypad in step 2a.
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2e - Activate or deactivate word completion for QWERTY or phone keypad

When the box next to the menu item is ticked (V), the function is activated.

If you activate word suggestions, words are suggested as you key in the letters.
Before you can activate or deactivate word completion, you need to select Qwerty Keypad or 3x4 Keypad in step 2a.
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2e - Activate or deactivate word completion for QWERTY or phone keypad

Press the Return key twice to return to text input.

If you activate word suggestions, words are suggested as you key in the letters.
Before you can activate or deactivate word completion, you need to select Qwerty Keypad or 3x4 Keypad in step 2a.
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2f - Activate or deactivate word completion for Swype keypad

Press the settings icon (a gear wheel).

Before you can activate or deactivate word completion, you need to select Swype in step 2a.
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2f - Activate or deactivate word completion for Swype keypad

Press Options.

Before you can activate or deactivate word completion, you need to select Swype in step 2a.
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2f - Activate or deactivate word completion for Swype keypad

Press Word prediction to activate or deactivate the function.

Before you can activate or deactivate word completion, you need to select Swype in step 2a.
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2f - Activate or deactivate word completion for Swype keypad

When the box next to the menu item is ticked (V), the function is activated.

Before you can activate or deactivate word completion, you need to select Swype in step 2a.
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2f - Activate or deactivate word completion for Swype keypad

Press the Return key to go back to text input.

Before you can activate or deactivate word completion, you need to select Swype in step 2a.
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How to write text

The following steps describe how to use the different keypad types when predictive text input and word completion are activated.
Choose one of the following options:
Use Swype keypad, go to 3a.
Use QWERTY keypad, go to 3b.
Use phone keypad, go to 3c.
Use handwriting 1, go to 3d.
Use handwriting 2, go to 3e.

Please note that the following steps require that you have selected a keypad type in step 2a.
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3a - Use Swype keypad

Press the first letter of the required word and slide your finger, without lifting it, across all the letters in the word.
Lift your finger after the last letter.

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3a - Use Swype keypad

Press the required word to insert it.

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3a - Use Swype keypad

To key in one number:
Press and hold the key with the required number until the number is displayed.

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3a - Use Swype keypad

To key in more numbers or symbols:
Press SYM.

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3a - Use Swype keypad

Press the required number or the required symbol.

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3a - Use Swype keypad

Press ABC to return to text input.

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3b - Use QWERTY keypad

Press once on each letter to write the required word.
A number of words based on the letters you have keyed in are displayed.

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3b - Use QWERTY keypad

Press the required word to insert it.

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3b - Use QWERTY keypad

Press arrow down to see more words.

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3b - Use QWERTY keypad

To key in numbers or symbols:
Press ?123.

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3b - Use QWERTY keypad

Press 1/3 to see more symbols.

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3b - Use QWERTY keypad

Press the required number or the required symbol.

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3b - Use QWERTY keypad

Press ABC to return to text input.

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3c - Use phone keypad

Press once on each letter to write the required word.
A number of words based on the letters you have keyed in are displayed.

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3c - Use phone keypad

Press the required word to insert it.

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3c - Use phone keypad

Press arrow down to see more words.

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3c - Use phone keypad

To key in one number:
Press and hold the key with the required number until the number is displayed.

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3c - Use phone keypad

To write more numbers:
Press 123.

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3c - Use phone keypad

Press the required number.

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3c - Use phone keypad

Press ?#+ and then ABC to return to text input.

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3c - Use phone keypad

To key in symbols:
Press 123 and then ?#+.

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3c - Use phone keypad

Press 1/8 to see more symbols.

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3c - Use phone keypad

Press the required symbol.

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3c - Use phone keypad

Press ABC to return to text input.

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3d - Use handwriting 1

To key in letters:
Key in the required letters in the top left field or the top right field.

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3d - Use handwriting 1

To key in numbers:
Key in the required numbers in the bottom left field.

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3d - Use handwriting 1

To key in symbols:
Key in the required symbols in the bottom right field.
The phone automatically suggests a letter, number or character matching what you have keyed in.

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3e - Use handwriting 2

To key in letters:
Press the symbol selection icon until ABC is displayed in the bottom left corner of the display.

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3e - Use handwriting 2

To key in numbers:
Press the symbol selection icon until 123 is displayed in the bottom left corner of the display.

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3e - Use handwriting 2

To key in symbols:
Press the symbol selection icon until ?#+ is displayed in the bottom left corner of the display.

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3e - Use handwriting 2

Key in the required letters, numbers or symbols in the message field.
The phone automatically suggests a letter, number or character matching what you have keyed in.
To insert a space between two words:
Draw a horizontal line in the message field.

1. Introduction

Text input is used in many of the phone functions, e.g. notes and messages. The following steps require that one of these functions is open and that the message field is active.

2. Select text input settings

There are a number of different text input settings. The most important settings are described in the following steps.
Choose one of the following options:
Select keypad type, go to 2a.
Select writing language for QWERTY or phone keypad, go to 2b.
Select writing language for Swype keypad, go to 2c.
Activate or deactivate predictive text input for QWERTY or phone keypad, go to 2d.
Activate or deactivate word completion for QWERTY or phone keypad, go to 2e.
Activate or deactivate word completion for Swype keypad, go to 2f.

3. 2a - Select keypad type

Press and hold the message field until a pop-up menu is displayed.
Swype is a keypad where you slide your finger across the keys instead of pressing them.
Qwerty Keypad has one letter on each key.
3x4 Keypad is a phone keypad with several letters on each key.
Handwriting box 1 consists of several fields. You can write one character in each field a time using handwriting.
Handwriting box 2 consists of one field. You can write several characters in the same field using handwriting.
Press Input method.
Swype is a keypad where you slide your finger across the keys instead of pressing them.
Qwerty Keypad has one letter on each key.
3x4 Keypad is a phone keypad with several letters on each key.
Handwriting box 1 consists of several fields. You can write one character in each field a time using handwriting.
Handwriting box 2 consists of one field. You can write several characters in the same field using handwriting.
Press Swype or Samsung keypad.
Swype is a keypad where you slide your finger across the keys instead of pressing them.
Qwerty Keypad has one letter on each key.
3x4 Keypad is a phone keypad with several letters on each key.
Handwriting box 1 consists of several fields. You can write one character in each field a time using handwriting.
Handwriting box 2 consists of one field. You can write several characters in the same field using handwriting.
If you select Samsung keypad:
Swype is a keypad where you slide your finger across the keys instead of pressing them.
Qwerty Keypad has one letter on each key.
3x4 Keypad is a phone keypad with several letters on each key.
Handwriting box 1 consists of several fields. You can write one character in each field a time using handwriting.
Handwriting box 2 consists of one field. You can write several characters in the same field using handwriting.
Press the settings icon (a gear wheel).
Swype is a keypad where you slide your finger across the keys instead of pressing them.
Qwerty Keypad has one letter on each key.
3x4 Keypad is a phone keypad with several letters on each key.
Handwriting box 1 consists of several fields. You can write one character in each field a time using handwriting.
Handwriting box 2 consists of one field. You can write several characters in the same field using handwriting.
Press Portrait keypad types.
Swype is a keypad where you slide your finger across the keys instead of pressing them.
Qwerty Keypad has one letter on each key.
3x4 Keypad is a phone keypad with several letters on each key.
Handwriting box 1 consists of several fields. You can write one character in each field a time using handwriting.
Handwriting box 2 consists of one field. You can write several characters in the same field using handwriting.
Press Qwerty Keypad, 3x4 Keypad, Handwriting box 1 or Handwriting box 2.
Swype is a keypad where you slide your finger across the keys instead of pressing them.
Qwerty Keypad has one letter on each key.
3x4 Keypad is a phone keypad with several letters on each key.
Handwriting box 1 consists of several fields. You can write one character in each field a time using handwriting.
Handwriting box 2 consists of one field. You can write several characters in the same field using handwriting.

4. 2b - Select writing language for QWERTY or phone keypad

Press the settings icon (a gear wheel).
The selected language determines which characters are available and which dictionary that is used for word completion.
Before you can change writing language, you need to select Qwerty Keypad or 3x4 Keypad in step 2a.
Press Input languages.
The selected language determines which characters are available and which dictionary that is used for word completion.
Before you can change writing language, you need to select Qwerty Keypad or 3x4 Keypad in step 2a.
Press the required language.
The selected language determines which characters are available and which dictionary that is used for word completion.
Before you can change writing language, you need to select Qwerty Keypad or 3x4 Keypad in step 2a.
When the box next to a language is ticked (V), it is selected.
The selected language determines which characters are available and which dictionary that is used for word completion.
Before you can change writing language, you need to select Qwerty Keypad or 3x4 Keypad in step 2a.
Press the Return key twice to return to text input.
The selected language determines which characters are available and which dictionary that is used for word completion.
Before you can change writing language, you need to select Qwerty Keypad or 3x4 Keypad in step 2a.
Press and hold Space.
The selected language determines which characters are available and which dictionary that is used for word completion.
Before you can change writing language, you need to select Qwerty Keypad or 3x4 Keypad in step 2a.
Drag your finger right or left to select the required writing language.
The selected language determines which characters are available and which dictionary that is used for word completion.
Before you can change writing language, you need to select Qwerty Keypad or 3x4 Keypad in step 2a.

5. 2c - Select writing language for Swype keypad

Press the settings icon (a gear wheel).
The selected language determines which characters are available and which dictionary that is used for word completion.
Before you can change writing language, you need to select Swype in step 2a.
Press Options.
The selected language determines which characters are available and which dictionary that is used for word completion.
Before you can change writing language, you need to select Swype in step 2a.
Press Language.
The selected language determines which characters are available and which dictionary that is used for word completion.
Before you can change writing language, you need to select Swype in step 2a.
Press the required language.
The selected language determines which characters are available and which dictionary that is used for word completion.
Before you can change writing language, you need to select Swype in step 2a.
When the box next to a language is ticked (V), it is selected.
The selected language determines which characters are available and which dictionary that is used for word completion.
Before you can change writing language, you need to select Swype in step 2a.
Press the Return key twice to return to text input.
The selected language determines which characters are available and which dictionary that is used for word completion.
Before you can change writing language, you need to select Swype in step 2a.
Press the language to select the required writing language.
The selected language determines which characters are available and which dictionary that is used for word completion.
Before you can change writing language, you need to select Swype in step 2a.

6. 2d - Activate or deactivate predictive text input for QWERTY or phone keypad

Press and hold the settings icon (a gear wheel).
If you activate predictive text input, words based on the letters you have keyed in are displayed.
Before you can activate predictive text input, you need to select Qwerty Keypad or 3x4 Keypad in step 2a.
Press XT9 to activate or deactivate the function.
If you activate predictive text input, words based on the letters you have keyed in are displayed.
Before you can activate predictive text input, you need to select Qwerty Keypad or 3x4 Keypad in step 2a.
When the box next to the menu item is ticked (V), the function is activated.
If you activate predictive text input, words based on the letters you have keyed in are displayed.
Before you can activate predictive text input, you need to select Qwerty Keypad or 3x4 Keypad in step 2a.
Press the Return key to go back to text input.
If you activate predictive text input, words based on the letters you have keyed in are displayed.
Before you can activate predictive text input, you need to select Qwerty Keypad or 3x4 Keypad in step 2a.

7. 2e - Activate or deactivate word completion for QWERTY or phone keypad

Press and hold the settings icon (a gear wheel).
If you activate word suggestions, words are suggested as you key in the letters.
Before you can activate or deactivate word completion, you need to select Qwerty Keypad or 3x4 Keypad in step 2a.
Press XT9 to activate predictive text input.
If you activate word suggestions, words are suggested as you key in the letters.
Before you can activate or deactivate word completion, you need to select Qwerty Keypad or 3x4 Keypad in step 2a.
When the box next to the menu item is ticked (V), the function is activated.
If you activate word suggestions, words are suggested as you key in the letters.
Before you can activate or deactivate word completion, you need to select Qwerty Keypad or 3x4 Keypad in step 2a.
Press XT9 advanced settings.
If you activate word suggestions, words are suggested as you key in the letters.
Before you can activate or deactivate word completion, you need to select Qwerty Keypad or 3x4 Keypad in step 2a.
Press Word completion to activate or deactivate the function.
If you activate word suggestions, words are suggested as you key in the letters.
Before you can activate or deactivate word completion, you need to select Qwerty Keypad or 3x4 Keypad in step 2a.
When the box next to the menu item is ticked (V), the function is activated.
If you activate word suggestions, words are suggested as you key in the letters.
Before you can activate or deactivate word completion, you need to select Qwerty Keypad or 3x4 Keypad in step 2a.
Press the Return key twice to return to text input.
If you activate word suggestions, words are suggested as you key in the letters.
Before you can activate or deactivate word completion, you need to select Qwerty Keypad or 3x4 Keypad in step 2a.

8. 2f - Activate or deactivate word completion for Swype keypad

Press the settings icon (a gear wheel).
Before you can activate or deactivate word completion, you need to select Swype in step 2a.
Press Options.
Before you can activate or deactivate word completion, you need to select Swype in step 2a.
Press Word prediction to activate or deactivate the function.
Before you can activate or deactivate word completion, you need to select Swype in step 2a.
When the box next to the menu item is ticked (V), the function is activated.
Before you can activate or deactivate word completion, you need to select Swype in step 2a.
Press the Return key to go back to text input.
Before you can activate or deactivate word completion, you need to select Swype in step 2a.

9. How to write text

The following steps describe how to use the different keypad types when predictive text input and word completion are activated.
Choose one of the following options:
Use Swype keypad, go to 3a.
Use QWERTY keypad, go to 3b.
Use phone keypad, go to 3c.
Use handwriting 1, go to 3d.
Use handwriting 2, go to 3e.
Please note that the following steps require that you have selected a keypad type in step 2a.

10. 3a - Use Swype keypad

Press the first letter of the required word and slide your finger, without lifting it, across all the letters in the word.
Lift your finger after the last letter.
Press the required word to insert it.
To key in one number:
Press and hold the key with the required number until the number is displayed.
To key in more numbers or symbols:
Press SYM.
Press the required number or the required symbol.
Press ABC to return to text input.

11. 3b - Use QWERTY keypad

Press once on each letter to write the required word.
A number of words based on the letters you have keyed in are displayed.
Press the required word to insert it.
Press arrow down to see more words.
To key in numbers or symbols:
Press ?123.
Press 1/3 to see more symbols.
Press the required number or the required symbol.
Press ABC to return to text input.

12. 3c - Use phone keypad

Press once on each letter to write the required word.
A number of words based on the letters you have keyed in are displayed.
Press the required word to insert it.
Press arrow down to see more words.
To key in one number:
Press and hold the key with the required number until the number is displayed.
To write more numbers:
Press 123.
Press the required number.
Press ?#+ and then ABC to return to text input.
To key in symbols:
Press 123 and then ?#+.
Press 1/8 to see more symbols.
Press the required symbol.
Press ABC to return to text input.

13. 3d - Use handwriting 1

To key in letters:
Key in the required letters in the top left field or the top right field.
To key in numbers:
Key in the required numbers in the bottom left field.
To key in symbols:
Key in the required symbols in the bottom right field.
The phone automatically suggests a letter, number or character matching what you have keyed in.

14. 3e - Use handwriting 2

To key in letters:
Press the symbol selection icon until ABC is displayed in the bottom left corner of the display.
To key in numbers:
Press the symbol selection icon until 123 is displayed in the bottom left corner of the display.
To key in symbols:
Press the symbol selection icon until ?#+ is displayed in the bottom left corner of the display.
Key in the required letters, numbers or symbols in the message field.
The phone automatically suggests a letter, number or character matching what you have keyed in.
To insert a space between two words:
Draw a horizontal line in the message field.

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