Nuance Dragon Naturally Speaking Manual
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|bondolo||10:31am on Sunday, August 15th, 2010|
|PP V12.1, as is, is unfit for regular productive use. It is worse than a beta version. Like the support to date. I elected not to upgrade but to perform a clean install of WIN 7 OS. AFter an uneventful install and verification that all was well.|
|HillBilly||4:56pm on Monday, July 26th, 2010|
|I have edited several documents with this software. Easy To Navigate Loud but they all are|
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Dragon NaturallySpeaking feature matrix
Feature Comparison by Product Edition
Turns your voice into text with up to 99% accuracy New: 15% fewer speech recognition errors out of the box than Dragon 10; Recognition Analytics (Dragon automatically detects poor audio input and alerts the user, offering advice to remedy the situation); multi-core support makes use of machines with multi-core architecture Words appear on the screen three times faster than typing New: Faster response times for commands Installation automatically detects available PC resources (CPU, Processor Cache, RAM) and configures system for optimal use Correct text by voice New: Enhanced Correction Menu and Spelling Window; new dont recognize that word command; Dragon learns from edits, including keyboard edits, faster than ever before Acoustic and Language Model Optimizer; ability to analyze selected documents and email; includes Nothing But Speech filter to automatically eliminate um/ah utterances New: Enhanced Accuracy Center with focus on ease of use Ability to create, modify, and correct text within text fields or applications where Dragon does not have Full Text Control
Recognition Speed System Configuration Correction
New: Enhanced DragonBar with contextual messages to improve usability and feature discoverability; new Dragon Sidebar presenting commands and tips; redesigned Profile Creation Wizard with focus on ease of use; more readable text for enrollment and microphone check Includes comprehensive Help and tutorial New: Includes richer tutorial and tips; at anytime, you can search the Help for a particular word or phrase with the command search Dragon Help for <xyz> Format text by voice; Quick Voice Formatting (commands to delete/bold/underline/italicize/capitalize/copy/ cut text) New: Handle multiple instances of a word or phrase in your text Ability to click by voice an applications menus and dialog box elements; click/move/drag the mouse by voice; commands; press keys or key combinations by voice New: Global commands for launching applications and folders, switching to a specific window, or tabbing multiple times Internet Explorer 6, 7 and 8 and Mozilla Firefox 2x and 3x (up to 3.6.3): Menu Tracking and Natural Language Commands *** Word 2003, 2007 and 2010; WordPad XP, Vista, Windows 7; and DragonPad (word processor included in Dragon): Full Text Control, Menu Tracking, and Natural Language Commands *** OpenOffice Writer 3.1, 3.2: Full Text Control WordPerfect X3, X4, X5 (English and French only): Full Text Control, Menu Tracking, and English Natural Language Commands New: WordPerfect X5 and Word 2010 (Natural Lan-
Help System and Tutorials
Editing and Formatting Text
Command and Control
Application Support: Web Application Support: Word Processing
guage Commands in English only)
*** Full Text Control allows you to use voice to perform direct dictation, selection, correction, and cursor movement within text. Menu Tracking provides the ability to use voice to click an applications >> menus, buttons, dialog boxes, etc. Natural Language Commands let you state your intent within a specific application instead of following the menu-selection and mouse steps of the Windows interface.
Application Support: Email
Description Outlook 2003, 2007 and 2010; Outlook Express v6; Windows Mail v6; and Windows Live Mail v14: Full Text Control, Menu Tracking, and Natural Language Commands Mozilla Thunderbird 2x and 3x (up to 3.1.2): Menu Tracking, and Natural Language Commands New: Outlook 2010 (Natural Language Commands in
Application Support: Spreadsheets Application Support: Presentations Dragon Voice Shortcuts for Web Search
Excel 2003, 2007 and 2010: Full Text Control, Menu Tracking, and Natural Language Commands New: Excel 2010 (Natural Language Commands in English
PowerPoint 2003, 2007 and 2010: Menu Tracking, and English Natural Language Commands New: PowerPoint 2010 (Natural Language Commands in
Dragon Voice Shortcuts collapse common multistep tasks into direct voice commands. Now you can search the Web for information, products, news and more faster than ever New: shortcut commands to search more websites, including Nuance Technical Support Send emails, schedule meetings or search your desktop faster than ever New: Email shortcut commands to control messages and desktop content; new shortcut to search Dragon Help A synthesized voice reads out loud text you designate Ability to playback your speech in documents New: Improved playback functionality and options Ability to create multiple dictation sources (more than one type of audio input device) sharing a vocabulary
Dragon Voice Shortcuts for Email and Desktop Search Text to Speech Advanced Correction / Editing Multiple Dictation Sources
Allows transcription from digital recorders New: Reduced enrollment reading time to 4 minutes; direct support for recordings in.dss and.ds2 file formats Specific Bluetooth wireless acoustic model Ability to import/export custom word lists and user profiles Easily create or import commands to insert frequently used text and/or graphics by voice
Mobile Dictation Wireless Dictation Administration Text and Graphics Custom Commands Advanced Custom Commands
Add variable fields to Text and Graphics commands and command names; create groups for commands; create or import sophisticated and powerful voice commands (with or without VBA-style scripting) to automate routine tasks Enterprise profile management with user profiles centralized on the network; remote management of word lists, profiles and custom vocabulary; security features for custom commands; MSI installation; ability to import/export custom commands in the Command Browser; ability to have multiple vocabularies and import/export them New: new profile-opening convenience for large sites Includes option to save synchronized audio from dictation done in DragonPad, Word, WordPerfect and OpenOffice Writer (Dragon saves a.dra file along with the transcribed text file); includes Auto-Transcribe Folder Agent (monitors a specific directory to automatically launch transcription; can provide a synchronized audio file along with the transcript for deferred correction) and Correction Only mode (correctionist can turn on the Correction Only setting within the original dictators profile)
System requirements to run Dragon are: Intel Pentium 4 (or equivalent AMD processor) 1GHz processor or greater. Recommended: Intel Pentium 4, minimum 2.4 GHz (1.6 GHz dual core processor) or equivalent AMD processor. Faster processor will produce faster performance.
During the installation process the software checks to make sure your system meets the minimum requirements. If your system does not meet the requirements, the software will not be installed.
512 MB RAM minimum. Recommended: 1 GB RAM. For Windows Vista, 1GB RAM is required. 512 KB minimum L2 Cache. Recommended: 1 MB L2 Cache. Minimum of 1 GB of free hard disk space. Minimum 2.5 GB for Dragon Medical. Windows 2000 (Service Pack 4 or higher), or Windows Server 2000 (Service Pack 4 or higher), Windows Server 2003, Windows XP Home or Windows XP Professional (32-bit with Service Pack 2 or higher), and Windows Vista Home or Professional Windows Vista with or without Service Pack 1 (32-bit only). DVD drive required for installation.
Sound card capable of recording, set to 16 bit 11 KHz for audio recording. Nuance-approved noise-canceling headset/microphone. A microphone is included with the full product, but is not included with upgrade versions. Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 or higher (free download available at www.microsoft.com). SpeakersOptional for playback of recorded speech and textto-speech features. For Bluetooth wireless microphone support, visit http://support.nuance.com/compatibility. An Internet connection for activation and automatic updates. Additional softwareAdditional operating system support for Professional, Legal, and Medical Editions: Citrix MetaFrame Presentation Server 4.0 or 4.5 for Citrix support.
Multiple users on one computer
Dragon is licensed on a per individual basis. You are permitted to install the software on more than one computer (such as on a desktop and a laptop computer, or on a work and a home computer), but you cannot use the software concurrently on more than one computer. You are permitted to create multiple voice profiles, so long as each voice profile is for you. If someone else wants to create a voice profile, that person must purchase a separate Dragon license. Volume license agreements are available.
Plugging in the microphone
To use Dragon, you will need to plug in your microphone. If you are not sure how to plug in your microphone, consult the documentation that came with your microphone.
NOTE: If you already have speakers for your computer, you can also use these to playback recorded speech instead of your headphones.
What you should know before installing
Before installing, modifying, or upgrading Dragon, you should know about issues with Vista and coexistence with other Dragon products.
2 On the Select Users to Upgrade page, modify the list of users to
include users that you want to upgrade. The wizard starts by including all users in the current folder as candidates to upgrade. You add users to the list by clicking the Add button and browsing for additional users in other locations. You remove users from the list by selecting them and clicking the Remove button. After the list contains only the users you want to upgrade, click Next.
3 Click Next and choose the location for the upgraded user
files. As the User Upgrade Wizard modifies your user files to work with the newest version, it can move place the upgraded user in another location while keeping the old files untouched, in case you need them again.
4 Click the Browse button in the Choose Destination page of the
wizard to select the location for the upgraded user files. If you do not set a location, the files are placed in the default location (see Version 10 File Structure on page 29).
5 (Optional) If you want to make changes to the user locations,
base vocabularies, and/or acoustic models, click the Advanced button and the Advanced Options dialog box opens. In this dialog box, you can make finer adjustments to how the wizard upgrades particular users. You see a list of the users being upgraded. For each user you see the user name, old location, vocabulary, and one or more acoustic models. When you click on the location line of a user in the list, the New Location text box below the list becomes available. You can click Browse and select a new location. When you click on the vocabulary line of a user in the list, the New Base Vocabulary text box below the list becomes available. You can choose a new base vocabulary from the drop-down list. When you click on the acoustic model line of a user in the list, the New Acoustic Model text box below the list becomes available. You can choose a new combination language, language model, and accent from the drop-down list.
6 Click Next to proceed to the Upgrade Users page where you
Text-to-speech tabReadback voice
NOTE: Dragon Medical loads the text-to-speech engine the first time you use a text-to-speech command after starting Dragon Medical.
Under the Text-to-speech tab, you can:
Adjust volume, pitch, and speed of text-to-speech playback Select a voice to read for text-to-speech playback Preview text-to-speech playback Remove the text-to-speech engine from memory
The text-to-speech engine should not affect performance, so generally you will not need to unload it.
Miscellaneous tabActions on open/close user
Under the Miscellaneous tab, you can:
Set the microphone to initialize in Sleep mode, requiring you say Wake Up or Listen to Me before you can dictate Open DragonPad on startup Save user files whenever you exit, without prompting you Set the balance between speed and accuracy Turn on a screen reader for visually impaired users Turn on Microsoft Active Accessibility feature, required to control menus and dialog boxes of some Windows applications Launch Dragon in QuickStart mode
Data tabArchiving and space usage options
Under the Data tab, you can choose to:
Store corrections in an archive for use by optimizer engines and set the maximum size that the archive is allowed to reach Maintain smaller user files to easily move to other computers Use only new training data when optimizing after training, rather than using all data available for that user Set amount of extra space on the disk to reserve for holding dictation after dictation fills your random access memory Save audio files as well as the recognized text Automatically back up audio files after a certain number of saves Run optimizations on the schedule set by the administrator Collect data about this users acoustic and language model optimizations to Nuance for improving future accuracy Delete the data stored about the users acoustic and language model Create a usability log Always save audio files
PowerMic I tabHot keys on microphone (Medical Edition only)
Under the PowerMic I tab, you can set actions taken by PowerMic microphone buttons:
Dictate Top Left Fast Forward Top Right
Stop/Play Lower Left Rewind Lower Right
PowerMic II tabHot keys on microphone (Medical Edition only)
Under the PowerMic II tab, you can set actions taken by the PowerMic II microphone buttons:
Transcribe Tab Backward Dictate Rewind Fast Forward
Stop/Play Custom Left Enter/Select Custom Right
Dictation Box tabBehavior of Dictation Box (Medical Edition only)
no alternative is correct, just type or say the correct text and
press the Correction hot key again. Playback continues automatically from the point where you stopped.
5 Continue until all the text is correct.
Using the Correction menu
The Correction menu shows Dragons best guess of the alternatives to the words you dictated and selected. In the following example, Dragon heard the word quick as clinic.
Say Choose 2 to replace clinic with quick.
You can also say Spell That to spell a word or Cap That to capitalize it.
You choose the correct word from the Correction menu by saying Choose and the number next to your choice.
TIP: You can change the number of choices displayed for you. In the Options dialog box, click the Correction tab and increase the number in Show no more than n choices. If you want to display your choices without the Correction menu taking up too much space on the screen, select the Show only the choices option. See the online help for more information.
When the Correction menu list appears, you can also choose to:
Spell the word (for example, say Spell That q-u-i-c-k). Selecting a large amount of text and then saying Spell That can produce unpredictable results. Press the correction hot key () while the Correction menu is open will display the Spell dialog box. Listen to a recording of what you just said (say Play That Back).
Capitalize it (say Cap That, in this example, to get Clinic) Say Unselect That to cancel the selection and close (dismiss) the Correction menu Ignore the Correction list and keep dictating (in the example above, just say quick to replace the selected text)
TIP: If you prefer not to see the Correction menu every time you select text by voice, you can turn it off. In the Options dialog box, click the Correction tab to display the Correction options, then clear the check box for Select commands bring up Correction menu.
To help you quickly find the alternative you want, the recognition choices in the Correction menu appear in boldface where they differ from the word youve selected (applicable only when you select multiple word at one time).
Words that are changed in the selection appear in bold, to help you find the correct alternative quickly.
If you select any leading or trailing spaces (including paragraph marks) along with the text you want to correct, choosing one of the alternatives in the Correction menu deletes those leading and trailing spaces.
Note the following when correcting punctuation:
When you select a phrase (more than one word) that has punctuation, be sure to dictate that punctuation. For example, say you initially dictated, Today is Thursday I have a meeting at 11 oclock and the text was transcribed as Today
is Thursday, I have a meeting at 11 oclock. If you want to change the comma to a period, say Select Thursday comma. If the correct punctuation appears in the Correction menu, select it. Otherwise, you can dictate over the selection by, for example, saying Thursday period.
When you select punctuation, the Correction menu might list alternate punctuation (see example to the right)
If Natural Punctuation is turned on, when you select a phrase that Dragon has added punctuation to, the choices will include punctuation changes (see example here).
NOTE: When you select a word that has adjacent punctuation the Natural Punctuation feature added, the selection will extend to include that punctuation.
Selecting text by voice
You can revise your dictation without correcting it by selecting the text using the Select command and then saying new words to replace the selected text.
To use Select-and-Say:
1 Dictate the sentence below: US/Canada: Lets meet for lunch on Tuesday [period] Other Dialects: Lets meet for lunch on Tuesday [full stop] 2 Say Select lunch on Tuesday. The words lunch on Tuesday
should be highlighted on the screen.
3 Say dinner on Wednesday. These words should replace
lunch on Tuesday. Since Tuesday and Wednesday sound completely different, Dragon will know you are not correcting a recognition mistake but rather revising your dictated text.
You can also select punctuation marks.
4 Say: Select period (US/Canada) or Select full stop
(Other Dialects). If theres more than one period or full stop, you can say Select Again to select a different one.
5 To replace the period or full stop with an exclamation mark,
say exclamation mark.
TIP: It is often easier for Dragon to find the matching text if you select a short phrase rather than individual words. If you select some words that are already correct, just say them again along with the ones you want to change.
Selecting the same text again
If the words youre trying to select appear more than once on the screen and Dragon selects the wrong ones, just say Select Again. The program then looks for another instance of the same word or words. You can also say Select Again if Dragon selects a word that sounds like the word you want, but is not the correct one (for example, two instead of too).
If the wrong text is selected, say Unselect That.
You can also unselect words by moving your insertion point (by mouse or voice) to another part of your document. For example, say Go to End of Line or click somewhere else in your document.
Right Forward Left Back
a Word or 1 Word 2.20 Words a Character or 1 Character 2.20 Characters
Copying, cutting, and pasting text
You can move text from one place to another by using the Copy That, Cut That, and Paste That commands.
To copy, cut, or paste text:
1 Select the text you want to copy or cut. 2 Say Copy That or Cut That. 3 Move the insertion point to where you want to paste the text. 4 Say Paste That.
Deleting the last words you dictated
You can erase the last words you dictated by saying Scratch That. When you say this command, Dragon deletes the last thing it typed into your document. This may be a full sentence, a phrase, or just one word, if thats all you said before pausing. You can say Scratch That up to 10 times to delete the last few things you said. If you repeat the command, you must pause before saying it again. You can also say, for example, Scratch That 5 Times.
Going back as you dictate
When youre dictating, sometimes you may hesitate or think of a better way to say something right after youve said it. When this happens, you can use the Resume With command to return to where you were before the mistake. Just say Resume With followed immediately by the word or words to which you want to return. Then, continue dictating. Any text after the new position of the insertion point will be replaced with your new dictation.
NOTE: When using the Resume With command, remember not to pause in the middle. Say Resume With and then immediately say the words to which you want to return. These words must be in the last three or four sentences (100 characters) you said; you cant use Resume With to return to an earlier part of your document.
To go back as you dictate:
1 Suppose you dictate this sentence: I have a deadline this
week, but we could meet for lunch um er next Wednesday.
2 To correct the sentence, return to the last correct words you
remember dictating. For example, say Resume With meet for lunch. (Remember not to pause in the middle.)
3 Then, dictate the rest of the sentence. For example, say next
Wednesday at noon.
Deleting specific words
You can delete text by selecting it and saying Delete That.
To delete text:
1 Select the text you want to delete. 2 Say Delete That.
You can also say Scratch That to do the same thing.
Deleting the next or previous paragraph or line
You can delete the next or previous paragraph by saying Delete Next Paragraph or Delete Previous Paragraph. You can delete the next or previous line by saying Delete Next Line or Delete Previous Line. You can also delete a number of paragraphs or lines (up to 20). For example, you can say Delete Previous 5 Paragraphs. See the complete list below:
Deleting the next or previous word or character
You can delete the next or previous word by saying Delete Next Word or Delete Previous Word. You can delete the next or previous character by saying Delete Next Character or Delete Previous Character.
You can also delete a number of words or characters (up to 20). For example, you can say Delete Previous 5 Words. See the complete list below:
Next Forward Previous Back Last
Word 2.20 Words Character 2.20 Characters 2.20 Characters
NOTE: Another way to delete the previous character is by saying Backspace. This is equivalent to pressing the BACKSPACE key. You can press it multiple times (up to 20) by saying, for example, Backspace 5.
Spelling as you dictate
With the Spell command in Dragon, you can easily spell a word or phrase you want to dictate into your document. This can be useful if you are dictating a word that is not likely to be in the Dragon vocabulary, such as a proprietary term, a proper name, or a non-English word. Say, for example, Spell b-u-o-n space g-i-o-r-n-o. The word you spelled appears right in your document. You must say Cap if the word contains a capital letter. For example, say Spell Cap R-u-m-p-e-l-s-t-i-l-s-k-i-n to type Rumpelstilskin.
If you say Spell by itself, without any letters after it, the Spell dialog box opens. You can then speak the letters and Dragon will type them or you can correct any errors in the word you spelled. When spelling, you can say numbers and special characters as well as letters. For example, to dictate an automobile license plate number, you could say Spell y-h-m-6-0-9. Dragon would type yhm609. Say Spell Cap-m-ac-m-i-l-l-a-n-trademark to get MacMillan in your document. Spelling a word adds that word to the active vocabulary. Words that contain numbers are not added to the vocabulary.
TIP: To dictate unusual text such as automobile license plate numbers or product codes, you can also switch to Spell mode by saying Switch To Spell Mode, and then dictate letters.
You can make the Spell dialog box appear whenever you use the Spell command by setting the Spell commands bring up the Spell dialog box option on the Correction tab in the Options dialog box. See the online help for more information. You can also access the Spell dialog box when using the Select or Correct commands. For a list of how to spell special characters, see the Spelling topic in the online Help.
Correcting your own dictation
If you save your dictation, you can open your file later and play back and correct the text as if you had just dictated it.
Correcting someone elses dictation
You can play back someone elses dictation and correct the text to match the dictation. You can do this in two ways: Correct the dictation using your own user files. Correct the dictation using the document authors user files.
Correcting with your own user files
You should use this correction technique if you regularly correct another persons text by voice and it is not important to maximize the authors recognition accuracy. When you use your own user files to correct someone elses text, you can correct the dictation just as you would correct your own dictation, using any combination of voice commands and keyboard typing. Even though you are correcting someone elses dictation, your work wont reduce recognition accuracy for either you or the person who dictated the text. But your corrections to the other persons dictation wont improve his or her recognition either.
Correcting with the document authors user files
You should use this correction technique if you do not need to correct by voice and it is important to maximize the authors recognition accuracy.
TIP: This technique works if all work is done on a single computer. Consult your Dragon reseller about ways to dictate on one computer and correct on another.
If you correct dictation using the authors user files, you must not correct by voice, or you may reduce that persons recognition accuracy. You can, however, improve the authors recognition accuracy if you make corrections by using the keyboard and mouse with the Correction menu, as in the following procedure.
To correct using someone elses user files:
1 Make sure you are not wearing the microphone headset, or
that the microphone is not turned on or plugged in. This action ensures that you dont accidentally reduce the accuracy of someone elses user files by using your voice.
2 Be sure the DragonPad Extras toolbar is displayed so you can
see the playback command buttons.
3 Open the user files of the person whose text you will correct. 4 In DragonPad, open the document to correct. 5 Use the buttons on the Extras toolbar to play back dictation. 6 Select the text you want to correct by mouse or keyboard. 7 Press the correction hot key (normally the minus  key on
Dictating next word in all lowercase letters
When youre dictating, you can enter a word in all lowercase letters by saying No Caps and then the word. For example, say No Caps Jennifer to get jennifer. (Dragon normally capitalizes this and other proper names.)
Dictating consecutive words in all lowercase letters
When you want to dictate consecutive words in lowercase letters (for example, names of computer files or e-mail addresses), you can turn the no capitals feature on and then turn it off when you are finished. This is usually easier than saying No Caps before each word.
To dictate consecutive words in all lowercase letters:
1 Say No Caps On to turn no capitals on. 2 Dictate the words you want to appear in all lowercase. 3 Say No Caps Off to turn no capitals off.
Capitalizing (or uncapitalizing) text already in your document
You can change the capitalization of text already in your document by selecting it and then saying Capitalize That, Cap That, or All Caps That, or Uncapitalize That, Uncap That, or No Caps That.
To capitalize or uncapitalize text:
1 Select the text you want to change. 2 Say Capitalize That, Cap That, or All Caps That,
or Uncapitalize That, Uncap That, or No Caps That.
You can use voice commands to specify any combination of font name, size, and style, in that order. These commands change text you dictate from then on or text you have selected. To set a new style for text you are about to dictate, use the Set Font and Set Size commands. To change the style of text you have already selected, use the Format That command.
Changing the font as you dictate
While dictating, you can change the font face, size, and style by saying Set Font followed by the font attributes you want. For example, you can say Set Font Times or Set Font Arial 12 Bold. When you continue dictating, the new text appears with the font attributes you set.
Changing font face
Arial Courier Courier New Garamond
Helvetica Palatino Times Times New Roman
Changing font size
Say Set Size and then a size from 4 to 100 points. For example, say Set Size 18. Then, continue dictating.
Changing font style
Bold Italics Bold Italics Underline Strikeout Plain or Plain Text or Normal or Regular
Say Set Font and then the attributes you want (listed in the previous sections). You can specify any combination of font face, size, and style, but you must specify these attributes in that order (font face, then size, then style). See the list of examples below:
Set Font Arial Set Font Arial 12 or Set Font Arial 12 Point Set Size 12 Bold Set Font Arial Bold Set Font Bold
NOTE: If youre changing only the font size, use the Set Size commands, not the Set Font command.
Changing the font later
You can go back and change the font face, size, or style of text by selecting it and then using the Format That commands. Format That works on selected text with the same combinations of font face, size, and style as the Set Font commands (see the tables in the previous section.)
To change the font:
1 Select the text you want to change. 2 Say Format That and then the font attributes you want to
apply as described in the previous section. For example, say Format that Arial 18.
Bold, italics, and underlining
You can apply formatting to text in your document by selecting it and then saying Bold That, Italicize That, or Underline That. You can also say Strikeout That.
To add bold, italics, and underlining:
1 Select the text you want to change. 2 Say Bold That, Italicize That, Underline That, or
To remove formatting:
1 Select the text you want to change. 2 Say Restore That to remove formatting.
You can change how text is aligned by placing your insertion point in the text and saying Center That, Left Align That, or Right Align That.
To align text:
1 Move the insertion point to the text you want to align.
2 Say Center That, Left Align That, or Right Align
That. You can also use the following commands on selected text: Format That Centered, Format That Left Aligned, and Format That Right Aligned.
To add bullets to text, place your insertion point in the text and say Format that Bullet Style. To remove bullets, say Format that Bullet Style again.
Dictating Numbers, Punctuation, and Special Characters
his chapter describes how to dictate numbers, punctuation, Web addresses, and a few other special items. For complete information on this topic, see the online help.
NOTE: If Dragon is not formatting a word as you would like, you can change the formatting properties of the word by using the Word Properties dialog box. See the online help for more information.
In most cases you can dictate numbers, including postal codes, as you normally say them. Dragon will display either a numeral (3) or the word (three), based on the context. To force recognition of digits as numerals instead of text without using the Numbers Mode, say Numeral before you say the digit, for example, say Numeral Three to get 3. When dictating numbers:
You can use or omit the word and as part of a number. For example, say one hundred fifty instead of one hundred and fifty to get the number 150. You can use oh and zero interchangeably to get 0. If you want a comma in a four-digit number, you must speak it explicitly. Numbers with five or more digits automatically include commas, with the exception of US ZIP codes. For a decimal point, say point.
TIP: If you want to dictate only numbers, you can switch to Numbers Mode. See Switching recognition modes on page 123 for more information.
TO EN T ER
5,423 12,537 142,015 35.23 0.03
one numeral one five numeral five seventeen twenty three one hundred seventy nine one seventy nine five thousand four hundred and twenty three five [comma] four twenty three twelve thousand five hundred and thirty seven one hundred and forty two thousand and fifteen thirty five [point] two three All Dialects: zero [point] zero three Outside US/Canada: nought [point] nought three forty three [point] twenty eight [percent sign] oh two four six zero two and three fourths eleven over thirty two ninety nine dollars and fifty cents 45 Euros and thirty-five cents pound sterling sign one hundred and twenty point thirty five [All Dialects]
43.28% 3/4 11/32 $99.50 45.35 120.35
02460-1458 oh two four six zero [hyphen] one four five eight
NOTE: If you are having problems dictating numbers, currency, times, or dates, make sure that your Regional Settings match the language (dialect) you selected when you created your user.
Using Numbers mode
Any time you need to dictate a series of numbers and do not want Dragon to recognize them as words, you can turn on Numbers Mode. This could be useful, for example, if you are dictating in a spreadsheet program, such as Microsoft Excel. To turn on Numbers Mode, say Start Numbers Mode or Numbers Mode On. To turn off Numbers Mode, say, Stop Numbers Mode or Numbers Mode Off or Switch to Normal Mode. For more information on Numbers Mode and more ways to turn Numbers Mode on and off, see the section Switching recognition modes on page 123.
You can dictate most dates the way you would normally say them. Say oh or zero to enter 0. In dialects other than US/ Canada, you can also say nought.
TO EN TER SAY
22 January 1999 April 9, 2001 14/07/85 3/11/02 3/11/2002 April 1st March 22nd the 1980s
twenty two January nineteen ninety nine April 9 [comma] two thousand and one fourteen [slash] oh seven [slash] eighty five three [slash] eleven [slash] zero two three [slash] eleven [slash] two thousand and two April first March twenty second the nineteen eighties
See also Automatic formatting of dates, times, telephone numbers on page 102.
Times of day
Dictate the time of day the way you would normally say it. US/Canada: Dragon automatically types the colon (:) if you say a m or p m when dictating the time. Say oclock or colon zero zero to enter 00.
oh one eight eight six nine four seven oh four [hyphen] one one five oh
UK and Canadian Postal Codes
You can dictate UK postcodes by saying Postcode followed by the letters and numbers that make up the postcode. For Canadian postal codes, say Postal code followed by the letters and numbers that make up the postal code. Spacing and formatting will happen automatically.
NG3 2HX E10 7BD EC2Y 4LK K1A 0M5 X0A 0H0
Postcode n g three two h x Postcode e ten seven b d Postcode e c two y four l k Postal code k one a zero m five Postal code x oh a oh h oh
To indicate that you want United Kingdom and Canadian postal codes formatted automatically in Dragon Medical, refer to Automatic formatting of dates, times, telephone numbers on page 102.
Currency and coin
You dictate your own currency as you would normally say it.
Currency in US/Canada (US English dialect)
$58.00 $1.75 $5.25 $3.9 billion 45 99.50 2.million
fifty eight dollars and zero cents one dollar and seventy five cents five dollars and twenty five cents three point nine billion dollars forty five euros ninety-nine euros and five cents pound sterling sign two point two oh pound sterling sign five million
Currency in Other Dialects (UK, Australian, Indian, and Southeast Asian English)
$58.00 $1.75 4.25 3.9 billion 45 99.50 2.million
dollar sign fifty eight dollar sign one point seventy five four euros and twenty five cents three point nine billion euros forty five pounds ninety nine pounds and fifty pence two pounds twenty five million pounds
NOTE: Dragon uses the currency symbol ($, , and so on) specified in your Windows Regional Settings as your default currency.
Dictate other currencies by first saying the currency symbol followed by the digits.
US/Canada: If your Regional Settings are set to the United States or Canada, your default currency is $ (dollar). If you want to dictate a dollar currency amount, dictate it the way you normally do. If you want to dictate a pound sterling currency amount, say, for example, pound sterling sign fifty eight (to enter 58), and so on.
TIP: In US/Canada, you must say pound sterling sign to enter , since pound sign means # in the U.S. vocabulary. In all other dialects, you can say pound sign to type.
Other Dialects: If your Regional Settings are set to the United Kingdom, your default currency is (pound sterling). If you want to dictate a pound sterling currency amount, dictate it the way you normally do. If you want to dictate a dollar currency amount, say, for example, dollar sign fifty eight (to enter $58) and so on.
Information and Sales
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|Subcategory||Office applications - voice recognition|
|Bundled with||Noise-canceling headset microphone|
|License Type||Complete package|
|License Qty||1 user|
|Distribution Media||DVD-ROM ( mini-box )|
|OS Required||Microsoft Windows 2000 Server, Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Microsoft Windows 2000 SP4 or later, Microsoft Windows XP SP2 or later, Microsoft Windows Vista, Microsoft Windows Vista SP1|
|Software Requirements||Internet Explorer 6.0 or later|
|Peripheral / Interface Devices||Microphone, DVD-ROM, speakers, Internet connection, 16 bit sound card|
|System Requirements Details||Microsoft Windows XP SP2 or later - Pentium - 1 GHz - RAM 512 MB - HD 1 GB Microsoft Windows 2000 SP4 or later - Pentium - 1 GHz - RAM 512 MB - HD 1 GB Microsoft Windows Vista - Pentium - 1 GHz - RAM 1 GB - HD 1 GB Microsoft Windows 2000 Server - Pentium - 1 GHz - RAM 512 MB - HD 1 GB Microsoft Windows Server 2003 - Pentium - 1 GHz - RAM 512 MB - HD 1 GB|
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