How can I manage custom dictionary in windows 10 mobile (e.g. delete a wrong word inserted by mistake)?

It may happen that, for mistake, you add (using the suggestion bar available in Windows 10 Mobile while you are writing) a not correctly written word: how can you delete it from your custom dictionary in order it will not be considered as a possible correct word in the future?

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Hello, Enzo.

Thank you for posting your query to Microsoft Community.

Currently, you can only access the following keyboard settings:

  • Suggest text
  • Highlight misspelled words
  • Suggest emoticons
  • Insert a space after I select a suggestion
  • Insert a period after I double-tap the Spacebar
  • Capitalized the first letter of a sentence.
  • Type as I swipe through letters

These settings can be accessed by going to Settings > Time & language > Keyboard > Tap on a Keyboard language.

Please help us make Windows Mobile better by submitting your suggestions or concerns using the Feedback Hub app.

Thank you.

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You can't do what you want, there is no dictionary management.

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When I had my wrong word, I didn't use Word when typing to remove it from the dictionary; I used other apps, like Messaging or Cortana. I just tested it now using a correctly typed word and I still got the remove option, so it presumably works for any word in the dictionary.

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Last updated August 12, 2021 Views 531 Applies to: