2.Understanding User Interface
3.Using Dictation Pro
4.Start Dictation and Voice commands
Select Commands
Move Commands
Delete Commands
Capitalization Commands
Caps characters, words, lines, paragraphs
All Caps
No Caps characters, words, lines, paragraphs
Backspace Commands
Cut Commands
Copy Commands
Paste Commands
Undoing and redoing actions
Formatting commands
Correcting Text
Multiple Occurrences
Dictating Special Characters
Dictating Number, Dates and Time
6.Keyboard Shortcuts
7.Troubleshooting tips

Dictation Pro 1.08

How to make Corrections to Text

When Dictation Pro types incorrectly, use the command Correct that to correct the recently dictated word or a phrase.  By giving the right word, you actually teach the program not to make the same mistakes again.  This command opens a context menu that has at most nine alternatives to replace the incorrect word/phrase.  Each alternative is numbered.  Select the correct alternative by saying its corresponding number followed by OK.

In the above example, "Ford worries my favorite game" is the phrase that is incorrectly recognized.  On giving the voice command Correct that, a context menu appears.  The fourth alternative is the correct one which has to appear in the document.  Say "four" followed by "OK" to choose the fourth alternative.

Playback your dictation

Sometimes the text that is typed looks different from what you said.  To make this correction easier, Dictation Pro records the way you actually dictated the text.  You can play back your voice immediately after the text has been dictated so that you know what was said originally.

Correction Dialog

If the word you want is not present in the context menu, you may open the correction dialog where you can train the word/phrase that was incorrectly recognized.  Now, the next time you say the word/phrase, same error is less likely to happen again.

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