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Support Using SwiftKey Keyboard with WPS Office

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  1. JEJeffrey

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    I have both these apps installed on my Lenovo Yoga Tab 3. When I launch WPS Office the 'standard' keyboard appears and works OK. Nevertheless, I thought I might try using SwiftKey keyboard instead - but I can see no way of using it to input text to a WPS document. What am I missing? (And is it worth doing, anyhow?).
     

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    Just set it as default keyboard.
     
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    Thanks. Sorry to appear dim, but I am basically a MS Windows person and have only just started trying to tablet (surely that ought to be a verb?).
    I have set it as default keyboard in the tablet 'Settings' and of course that works.
    My other question remains - is there any advantage to using the SwiftKey app compared with the built-in keyboard? As a non-power user, I suspect the answer is 'no'.
     

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