Samsung Galaxy Note II


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Basic use

How to write text

Text input is used in many of the phone functions, such as notes and messages. Follow these instructions to learn how to write text.

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Introduction
You can select a number of settings when keying in text.
The following steps show you how to change writing language, turn on word suggestion and write text.
The following steps require that you're writing text and that the keypad is visible.
Select QWERTY keypad
Press and hold the field next to space until a pop-up menu is displayed.
Press the settings icon.
Press Portrait keyboard types.
Press Qwerty keyboard.
You can choose between different keypads. These instructions describe how to write text using the QWERTY keypad.
Add writing language
Press Input languages.
Press the required language to add it.
When the box next to the language is ticked (V), it's selected.
Press the Return key.
Turn on word suggestion
Press the indicator next to Predictive text to turn on the function.
When the indicator turns green, the function is turned on.
Press the Return key.
When you turn on word suggestion, words based on the letters you've keyed in are displayed.
Write text
Slide your finger right or left on space to select the required language.
Press the letters to key in the required word.
A number of words based on the letters you've keyed in are displayed.
Press arrow down to see more words.
Press the required word to insert it.
Write numbers and symbols
Press Sym.
Press the required numbers or the required symbols.
Press 1/2 to see more symbols.
Press ABC to return to text input.
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