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    Correcting a word in an email

    when i am writing an email or text, how can i make a arrow back to make a spelling correction without deleting all the words after it to get back to the misspelled word?

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    Welcome to the forum, roknrobn!

    You can double tap the word you want to correct and then correct it. If you're using the Swype keyboard, it will bring up a box of words you can choose from. If the word you want isn't there, just close the box and enter the right one.

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    Welcome to the forum rokinrobin!
    What I do is just tap right in front of the word you need to correct, then hit the delete button on the keyboard to delete all or part of the word.
    Good luck & enjoy the site. Lots of great information here!



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