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Tue Aug 30, 2016 11:11 am Post
naquada wrote:that was my next port of call.. but i've always found them rather hard to get answers out of...
Wed Aug 31, 2016 6:27 pm Post
Siren wrote:Oof! That's expensive. No playing with voice recognition for me, then. I'll just have to stick with the Mac's dictation facility (which isn't doing too bad a job these days, actually.)
Fri Sep 02, 2016 11:19 am Post
Dragon allows you to dictate text in virtually any application. In order to use commands such as Select <text> or Correct <word>, Dragon needs to know where your cursor is within the document. In some applications, including Microsoft Word 2011 or 2016, Microsoft Outlook 2016, and TextEdit, Dragon can always get that information, even if you use your keyboard and mouse to change text while you are dictating. Some applications, however, do not allow Dragon to find out whether you have moved your cursor. If you dictate in these applications, avoid using your mouse or keyboard.
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