WSR Tutorial 5 - Dictation to MS Word
 

Free Speech Recognition Dictation Software For Windows Vista and Windows 7 Tutorial 5 - Dictation to MS Word.


(The Video Tutorial Is At The Bottom Of This Page)


Description:


For this tutorial Word 2007 will be used. Other word processors can be used with Windows Speech Recognition. When dictating to Word, it is suggested that the user dictate in complete sentences. If speech recognition is not working properly, try adjusting the microphone settings or running the WSR setup process again. Sometimes users start shouting commands and dictation at the computer, when the computer does not recognize the words. If the computer does not recognize the words, shouting does not help.


Commands:

Letters, Symbols and Keyboard Shortcuts:


Letters A - Z

Press a

Press a five times

Press a ten times

Press Capital a

Press Shift a

Press Control a

Press Control Shift a

Press Control Alt Shift a

etc.


The Nato Alphabet can used instead of saying a letter


A - Alpha

B - Bravo

C - Charlie

D - Delta

E - Echo

F - Foxtrot

G - Golf

H - Hotel

I - India

J - Juliet

K - Kilo

L - Lima

M - Mike

N - November

O - Oscar

P - Papa

Q - Quebec

R - Romeo

S - Sierra

T - Tango

U - Uniform

V - Victor

W - Whisky

X - Xray

Y - Yankee

Z - Zulu


Symbols


ampersand

apostrophe

asterisk

at sign

backslash

caret

cent

cent sign

close angle bracket

close brace

close bracket

close curly bracket

close double quotes

close parenthesis or close paren

close quotes

close single quote

close square bracket

colon

comma

copyright sign

curly bracket

dash

degree sign

divide sign or division sign

dollar sign

dot

equal sign or equals sign

euro sign

exclamation mark

exclamation point

forward slash

general currency sign

greater than

happy face

hash mark

hash sign

hyphen

international currency sign

less than

minus

number sign

open angle bracket

open brace

open bracket

open curly bracket

open parenthesis or open paren

open quotes

open single quote

open square bracket

per mille

per thousand

percent sign

period

pipe

plus sign

point

pound sign

pound sterling

pounds

question mark

registered sign

sad face

section sign

semicolon

sharp sign

slash

smiley face

space

star

sterling sign

tilde

times

underscore

unhappy face

whack

winky face

yen sign


Other Keys:

Other keys can be called by their name with or without “press”.


Examples: Enter, Press Enter, Page Up, Press Page Up.



Buttons:

Names of buttons can be called with WSR.


Examples: Bold, Italic, Underline.


The button has to be displayed on the screen in order to call it. If it is a tab that is not in the foreground the button cannot be called by WSR. To fix this situation place buttons that are frequently used in the Quick Access Toolbar. This will ensure that the button can be used at all times.



Navigation:


Go to beginning of sentence/paragraph/document/word

Goes to the beginning of the item


Go to end of sentence/paragraph/document/word

Goes to the end of the item


Move forward/down/back/up [number] letter/character/word/sentence/paragraph

Moves the cursor a direction within the document


Scroll Up - Scrolls Up

Scroll Down - Scroll Down



Correcting:


Select all

Select entire text

Select entire sentence

Select entire paragraph

Select entire document

Select that

Unselect that

Clear selection

Correct that

Correct [Word(s)]

Spell that

Strike that

Delete

Delete that

Scratch that

Undo

All caps that

Upper case that

Capitalize that

Cap that

Caps that

Capitalized that

No caps that

Lower case that



Download:


WSRCommands.pdf










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