- Step 1: Turn on spell-check. On Google Toolbar, click Options . Click Tools. Check Spell check. Click Save.
- Step 2: Check spelling. On Google Toolbar, click Check . To change the spell-check language, click the Down arrow Choose language. Help. Block pop-ups, bookmark pages & fill out forms.
How do I turn off spell check in Gmail?
To disable the Spell Checker in Chrome please follow the steps below:
- Go to Chrome Menu.
- Click on "Settings"
- Click "Show Advanced Settings"
- In the Languages section, click on "Language and input settings"
- Scroll down and uncheck box for "Enable spell checking"
- Click "Done"
- Open Internet Explorer.
- To see the menu, press Alt.
- Click Tools Manage Add-ons.
- Select Google Toolbar, Google Toolbar Helper.
- Click Enable.
- Click Close.
Highlight or right-click on a section of text and click on Translate icon next to it to translate it to your language. Or, to translate the entire page you're visiting, click the translate icon on the browser toolbar. Learn more about Google Translate at https://support.google.com/translate.
Find a space on your main screen (without icons) and hard press for a second or two until your widgets screen appears. Flip through the screens until you locate the Google toolbar. Press down on it and move it to your main screen.
Enable physical keyboard auto correct
- Open settings by clicking your profile photo in the bottom-right corner of your screen, then selecting “Settings”.
- Once the settings window is open, scroll down to the bottom and click “Show advanced settings”.
Open Google Docs, log in, then open a Google Docs document. Potential spelling and grammar errors in the text are underlined in red. Right-click on an underlined misspelled word in the text to display the Change Spelling To dialog box.
Type in another language
- Open Gmail.
- In the top right, click Settings .
- Click Settings.
- In the "Language" section, click Show all language options.
- Check the box next to "Enable input tools."
- Pick the languages with which you want to use input tools, and what kind of keyboard you want to use.
- Click OK.
You can check the spelling of your emails before you send them.
- On your computer, open Gmail.
- In the top left, click Compose.
- Write your message.
- In the bottom right corner, click the Down arrow .
- Click Check spelling.
To control how AutoCorrect behaves, as well as review — or even add — words it corrects, follow these steps:
- Click the File tab.
- Choose Options. The Word Options dialog box appears.
- Click the Proofing category on the left side of the window.
- Click the AutoCorrect Options button.
- Open your device's Settings. It's typically shaped like a gear (⚙?), but it may also be an icon that contains slider bars.
- Scroll down and tap Language & input.
- Tap your active keyboard.
- Tap Text correction.
- Slide the "Auto-correction" button to the "Off" position.
- Press the Home button.
Enable or Disable Predictive Text
- From the Home screen, tap Settings.
- Scroll to and tap General.
- Scroll to and tap Keyboard.
- Tap the Auto-Correction switch to the ON or OFF position.
- Tap the Predictive switch to the ON or OFF position.
This brings up a shortcut to toggle predictive text on and off. Alternatively, you can head to your iPhone's Settings menu. Tap on "General," then "Keyboard" to see the full options for your iOS keyboard, and turn predictive text off.
How to create keyboard shortcuts on iPhone and iPad
- Launch the Settings app.
- Tap General.
- Tap on Keyboard.
- Tap on Text Replacement.
- Tap on the + in the top right corner.
- In the Phrase field, type in the entire phrase you'd like to create a shortcut for.
- Tap the “Settings” icon in the iPhone home screen to launch the Settings app.
- Tap the “General” option, and then tap “Reset” to open the Reset Settings screen.
- Tap the “Reset Keyboard Dictionary” option. The Reset Dictionary dialog box displays.
- Tap the red “Reset Dictionary” option.
Enter the Settings app on your device, and then select General. On the General settings screen, tap the Reset option. Tap Reset Keyboard Dictionary option, and then the Reset Dictionary option.
To reset your keyboard dictionary, head into your iPhone's settings and tap on General. Scroll down till you see Reset and tap on Reset Keyboard Dictionary. You'll then be prompted to enter your passcode (if you have one set) and then have the option to fully reset the predictive words from showing up.
How to reset the keyboard dictionary on iPhone and iPad
- Launch the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad.
- Tap on General.
- Tap on Reset, you'll have to scroll all the way to the bottom.
- Tap on Reset Keyboard Dictionary.
- Type in your password when prompted.
You can either erase all learned words by going to Settings > General > Reset > Reset Keyboard Dictionary, or you can have your iPhone automatically censor out bad language that you type. To do the latter, go to Settings > General > Keyboard > Edit . You can then set a "censor" for bad language.
To remove all the learned words from the Samsung keyboard, follow the steps:
- Go to phone settings, followed by Language and input. Select Samsung Keyboard from the list of keyboards.
- Tap “Predictive text”, followed by “Clear personal data”.
However, if you want to clear your Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini entire typing history, follow the instructions below:
- Open your Settings application.
- Navigate to Language and Input.
- Tap the Gear icon next to the Samsung Keyboard option.
- Tap Predictive text.
- Scroll down and tap Clear personal data.
- Step 1: Make sure you have the latest update to the Android Google search app installed.
- Step 2: In the Google search app, long-press on any search term you want to delete.
- Step 3: Press the "Yes" button to remove the term from your search history.