moderated Re: How to correct dictionary entries for internet explorer?
Mike wasn’t suggesting you speak German. When you tab to the field he indicated, he was saying you’ll recognize it by the first spoken line. On his system, it’s German. On mine, it’s French. On your system, it’s likely to be one language or another.
You can arrow down this list or, as Mario noted, use first-letter navigation. After you get past the languages, you’ll arrive at your list of dictionary entries.
I just tried using a period as a first letter to find your term, but it seems I have nothing in my list that begins with that particular punctuation. So, you’ll need to arrow down until you find it. My guess is that it’s near the beginning of the list after you get past the languages, or else it’s near the end. You can go right to the end by pressing the end key.
From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of David Ingram
Sent: Thursday, September 3, 2020 2:14 PM
Subject: Re: How to correct dictionary entries for internet explorer?
Hi, mike, how are you? First, I speak English, next I think that there was just a .com at the end of something and I want to correct the replacement that I created. how can I do that? Thank you for all your help, and everyone else who has assisted in answering my many questions.