Originally Posted by JSanders
You're not using AutoText then. Try turning it on in Options. It doesn't correct grammar, that I know of
Yep, a grammar corrector would be nice.
Of course autotext is on. It really is not useful though. Unless I decide to memorize yet another interface's set of abbreviations, I am really out of luck.
I do not have time for that. I am an architect (of architcture not software) + project manager. I spent most of my days attempting to become semi-fluent across the spectrum of disciplines I encounter. If an interface is not working for me, I ditch it.
So far Blackberry is far more robust, responsive and fast than the treo I was using. However, predictive text needn't be its own program. It is already built into office software as I mentioned previously.
Also, it does correct some grammar (I should have been more specific before and mentioned SOME). It can capitalize and put in some punctuation for me. You may have misread my entry. I was not requesting such a feature. I was mentioning that I am glad it has some capability to do this but it is not enough to be a satisfactory productivity tool.
Then again, what other choices are there?
Maybe the Symbian systems can do this? They seem almost as robust as blackberry from what I read...