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How to clear the keyboard autocomplete suggestions

I want to clear the learned words on my Android 2.3.4 phone. They are not found on the User Dictionary but I can see them being suggested whenever I'm typing.

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How is this an exact duplicate? The linked supposed duplicate only had one answer and the answer doesn't even work since, as I stated above, the learned words aren't found on the User Dictionary at all. I think it's a little different since he didn't confirm if it existed in the User Dictionary or not. –  Propeller Apr 23 '12 at 2:18
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marked as duplicate by Al E. Apr 22 '12 at 23:26

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If you are using swipe, go to settings> locale and text> swype settings and then click on reset swype's dictionary

Also you can navigate to Settings > Applications > Manage Applications. Then once there, you will need to scroll down and find the keyboard app. Click on that, and then tap the “Clear Data” button.

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Thanks! It worked. But shouldn't there be a way to clear just the learned words instead of the everything including the settings? –  Propeller Apr 23 '12 at 2:20
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