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  1. CJ Thunder's Avatar
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    If for whatever you can't click to dial, how can I call some number that I copy?
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    I'm not sure I understand your reasoning behind this. First, you need an entry box to paste the number into. If you're long pressing on a number to copy, you're most likely attaching it to a text, email or another person's information.

    Otherwise, just touch the number and dial it straight from the persons contact info. Or if someone texts you a number, just touch the number from the text and dial it that way.
  3. CJ Thunder's Avatar
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    Nope, numbers from Word from SkyDrive and in OneNote are not clickable like that. Numbers that are work related and I call maybe once a month, I don't want littering my contact list.
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    RapDial allows it...

    All solved!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CJ Thunder View Post
    RapDial allows it...

    All solved!
    Rap dial? where can I get it? does my phone need to be jail broken first?
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    Quote Originally Posted by miss dragon View Post
    Rap dial? where can I get it? does my phone need to be jail broken first?
    It's a free app in the marketplace. All you have to do is go there and download it.
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    Jail Broken, how did that term come about? Was it because of the restrictive prision of the Apple way, the carriers or before that?

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