From: Rhonda Hyslop (0x7ff00025_at_paradox.homeip.net)
Date: Wed Nov 10 2004 - 15:43:37 PST
* Alex Santos 100MB Neostrada Mail <izabella.misiewiczsantos_at_neostrada.pl> [10 Nov 2004 14:51]:
> I'll take your word for it, but what if I didn't scrub it out? Will it
> learn the wrong words? Sometimes on a bumpy bus ride, the Newton does
> mess up from all the vibrations on my hand. It may have happened that I
> corrected using the letter by letter approach.
If you don't correct it, it assumes it interpreted the word correctly.
> Let me ask you something=85is it possible to reset what it learns?
That I don't know. I have no idea where it stores the learned
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