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Go to the Settings app > Keyboard > Typing Settings and there will be a button to reset the dictionary. Note that this will delete all custom words. There is no way to delete a single word.


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My technique for this is that I teach the dictionary the part of my email that's before the @ symbol. So everytime I need to enter my email address, text prediction shows me my email name after about 2 key presses. Yeah, you then have to enter @yourDomain.com, but I find this much faster than nothing.


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Unfortunately it seems that there isn't any "standard" way to reset the dictionary in Windows 10 Mobile. Hopefully this will be added back in soon. I don't want to try this for fear it will actually work, but you could try adding a different keyboard, removing your default one, then reinstalling it. UPDATE: A post recently published by Microsoft states that ...


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The only way to remove a word from the dictionary is resetting your complete dictionary by going to Settings -> keyboard -> typing settings -> reset suggestions


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The text prediction only works for single words, and because email address have punctuation in them (essentially multiple words) the phone will not recognize it. What I have done is similar to what Lance said. I added my "name" part of the email to the dictionary, and also the domain. Sorry, but this is about the best you are going to be able to get. ...


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Relax there is nothing wrong with your Windows 8.0/8.1 Your are missing out on a few settings. To capitalize your "i" go to settings->keyboard->English(your preferred language) and check-on the correct misspelled words on. This will let type much more smoothly. And once you have checked on you correct misspelled words on. "ill" will be intellisense(auto-...


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From my experience (WP8 on Lumia 920), Windows Phone capitalises 'i' to 'I' only on English-US; it just doesn't do it for English-UK. (I have both dictionaries included.) I can't teach it that I is a word for English-UK; word selection for training only appears to work on words of more than one letter. This is rather annoying, as the work around is to ...


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It looks like Microsoft forum and WPCentral forum both say that adding foul language to the dictionary is not currently possible.


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It is a bug. Microsoft is trying to fix this but don't know if they really are or not.


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One workaround is to use accented letters where there should be any. For example, replacing the u in F*ck with ū results in a word which can be added to the dictionary and will happily be suggested by the keyboard.


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