Apostrophes in predictive text

06 March 2004   1 comment  

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Not until today did I find out how to write "I'm" or "don't" in predictive text on my Nokia. You simply write "I.m" and it suggests "I'm". Now I don't have to manually enter the ' apostrophe character when texting :)

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