How to enable the self-learning function for pinyin IME when using traditional Chinese

MS pinyin input method was installed in win10. If the simplified Chinese is applied, the self-learning function works. However, if I switch to the traditional Chinese, the self-learning function doesn't work. 
 

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Last updated December 5, 2019 Views 298 Applies to:

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Hello 瑞和顏,

I'd like to know more about this concern, please provide the following information:

  • Is this your first time to encounter this issue? If so, did you make any changes to your computer's configuration prior to this?
  • Are you getting any error messages?
  • Can you please confirm the current build of your Windows 10?
    (Type winver into the Cortana search box, then hit Enter.)

We're looking forward to your response.

1. This is our first time to install MS Pinyin. I didn't make any changes to the settings.

2. No any error messages encountered.

3. My Win 10 version is 1709 (OS Build 16299-192)

 I did a lot of google searches, but found no answer to the problem. 

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Thanks a lot. It seems it is already an existing problem  quite a time. 

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