|WordComplete: for Windows; Type better, Type less - we do the rest!; Version 1.20 Release 8; User's Guide|
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1. Does WordComplete work with all Windows Applications?
2. The list of predicted words does not show after I start typing. Why not?
Check if the program is enabled. Right click the sytem tray icon and click on enable.
3. Why is the list of predicted words horizontal?
This is a user option. Right click on the system tray icon, click on settings and then select the Appearance tab. In the Word List section uncheck "Use horizontal list" option.
4. Can I make the Word List candidates window transparent?
Yes. Right click on the system tray icon, click on settings and then select the Appearance tab and adjust the transparency level of the list or the inline auto complete.
5. Can I change the font or the background of the predicted words window?
Yes. Right click on the system tray icon, click on settings and then select the Appearance tab and adjust them to your liking.
6. How do I type a word from the list of predicted words?
There are three ways to type the desired word. Use the number keys (0-9) to select the coresponding word from the list. Double-click left on the word with the mouse (or with the Single click option enabled, a single-click left). Use the arrow keys to select the word and then press [Enter], [Tab] or [Space] (depending on which one is selected in the setup).
7. Can I manually add/delete words from the dictionary?
Yes. Right click on a word from the list of predicted words and click delete. Or for more options open the settings dialog and click on the Wordlists tab.
8. Can the program complete phrases?
Yes. However you need to manually enter them in the Dictionary. Refer to WordComplete Wordlists settings for more information.
9. Does the program support shorthand expressions (abbreviations)?
Yes. Refer to WordComplete Wordlists settings for more information.
10. Can the program speak the predicted words for me?
Yes. There are three options. Speak the selected word, speak all predicted words (entire list), or after auto complete (word selection).