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Eight Methods:How to use spelling correction iPhone and iPadHow to use auto-correct on iPhone and iPadHow to undo auto-correct when Predictive Text is disabled on iPhone and iPadHow to undo auto-correct on when Predictive Text is enabled on iPhone and iPadHow to turn off the auto-correct on iPhone and iPadHow to turn off the auto-capitalization on iPhone and iPadHow to cut, copy, and paste text on the iPhone and iPadHow to bold, italic, and underline text on iPhone and iPad

Spelling mistakes, missing out on words, auto-correct does not work properly, and also making use of the incorrect words can definitely damage your communication. Nobody is expecting anyone to be excellent the very first time you decide to do anything, such as writing a phrase. Apple has managed to make it a breeze to edit any text you've entered, which implies you shouldn't need to worry too much in the event it relates to typing something on your phone. No matter if it's texts to buddies or essential ideas within the Notes app, editing could be carried out with convenience, as well as several different methods.

Method 1 of 8: How to use spelling correction iPhone and iPad

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    Tap on the misspelled word. It will have a red-dotted line underneath it.
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    Tap on the correct spelling of the word that appears above.

Method 2 of 8: How to use auto-correct on iPhone and iPad

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    Start typing words.
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    As you spell something wrong, the correct spelling will appear next to the word. If you are using Predictive Text, it will appear above the keyboard.
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    Tap on the spacebar and just keep typing. Auto-correct will just automatically swap the words out.

Method 3 of 8: How to undo auto-correct when Predictive Text is disabled on iPhone and iPad

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    Start typing words.
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    As you spell something wrong, auto-correct will show you the word it will replace it with.
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    Tap on the auto-corrected word to dismiss auto-correct feature.
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    Keep on typing.

Method 4 of 8: How to undo auto-correct on when Predictive Text is enabled on iPhone and iPad

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    Start typing words.
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    As you spell something wrong, auto-correct will suggest a couple of words in the Predictive Text section above the keyboard.
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    Tap on the spelling you want to use in Predictive Text.
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    Keep on typing.

Method 5 of 8: How to turn off the auto-correct on iPhone and iPad

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    Launch the Settings app from your Home screen.
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    Tap on General.
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    Tap on Keyboard.
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    Tap on the on/off switch next to Auto-Correction.

Method 6 of 8: How to turn off the auto-capitalization on iPhone and iPad

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    Launch the Settings app from your Home screen.
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    Tap on General.
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    Tap on Keyboard.
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    Tap on the on/off switch next to Auto-Capitalization.

Method 7 of 8: How to cut, copy, and paste text on the iPhone and iPad

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    Select the text you want to cut.
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    Tap the Cut button from the menu bar that just appeared.
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    Select the text you want to copy.
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    Tap the Copy button from the menu bar that just appeared.
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    Tap and hold the screen where you want to paste.
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    Wait for the magnifying bubble to appear.
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    Let go of the screen.
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    Tap on the Paste button.

Method 8 of 8: How to bold, italic, and underline text on iPhone and iPad

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    Select the text you want to be bold.
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    Tap the arrow on the menu bar.
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    Tap on the BIU button.
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    Tap on the Bold / Italic/ Underline button.

Tips

  • The auto-correct function will actually gain knowledge from you if you quit it from solving you a several times on the same word. So if you use a slang word often it should only take a few times of informing auto-correct to get out alone before it will quit solving that term for you.

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