How to Turn Off Auto Correction on the iPad 2

While typing on the iPad 2 is easier than typing on a lot of other touch screen devices, Apple still includes several features that are meant to make it even easier. Among these option is Auto Correction, which will offer a suggestion of a word that you are trying to type if the text that you have entered is either misspelled or not in the dictionary. Unfortunately this feature can be a little frustrating if you are typing a lot of words that the iPad thinks need to be corrected, and you could find yourself frequently fixing the corrections. The auto correction feature can be turned off, however, by following this tutorial.

 

Disable iPad 2 Auto Correction

If you are typing a lot of normal words and find that the auto correction is helping your typing, then it can be a welcome addition. But if you are typing a lot of abbreviated words, or if you type in the Messages app and are less concerned about proper spelling, then auto correction can be a bit of a hassle. So follow the steps below to stop your iPad from automatically correcting misspelled words.

 

Step 1: Tap the Settings icon.

open the ipad settings menu

 

 

Step 2: Select the General option at the left side of the screen.

open the ipad general menu

 

 

Step 3: Scroll down to the bottom of the right part of the screen, then select the Keyboard option.

open the ipad keyboard menu

 

 

Step 4: Touch the slider to the right of Auto Correction to switch it to Off.

turn off the auto correction feature on the ipad 2

 

 

We have also written about how to do this on the iPhone as well.

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