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  1. rajendra8

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    Hi,
    I use PC with windows 7 and word 2003. I use autocorrect a great deal. Now I have Advent Vega android tab running ICS os.
    I am looking for an android word processor which has an autocorrect feature that we see in Microsoft word.
    If any one can suggest I wd be grateful.
    Many thanks for your time and help.
    Raj:)
     

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    Hello Raj,

    I have always liked QuickOffice on my phone and they tout QuickOffice Pro HD as being made for tablets:
    QuickOPfficePro HD

    I have not looked at other programs (this one came free on my G2) because I have not had a need to. Maybe someone else can give different information.
     
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    That works well but what also works is documentsTogo. Been using it on everything I've had since my m125
     
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    Isn't autocorrect tied to the keyboard app? For example, if you use Swype or Go Keyboard with autocorrect enabled, it will have autocorrect everywhere.
     
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    I've tried the recently added auto correct in Quickoffice Pro. To me it seemed a bit redundant. I use SwiftKey and it's pretty much figured out what I'm typing. Just a week ago I got a notification that SwiftKey X has saved me 10,000 keystrokes.

    I suppose auto correct in a document app might come in handy for someone with a physical keyboard. If you're typing away and then want to check spelling when you've finished, it does the job. It still wasn't perfect though. I typed "timr" instead of "time" and that correct word did not show up in the list of corrections.
     

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