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Here are some questions and an exercise. Using Dragon, is it possible to format a Word
document as you go along dictating? Is it better to dictate and then format later? Follow
along as I dictate and format this document. I did not know the answers to the questions
above, so I'm going to try one approach and look for your feedback on Tuesday.

Firstly, headers and footers help me keep track of my documents. I say the command
"show header." After doing the header and footer, I want to make a bulled list.

     So I dictate my first sentence and say "format that bullet style." Then I say "new
      line."Sometimes "new line" doesn't work, so I have to say "press enter."
    And I get my second bullet, and so on. So now I say "new line"
   "bullets off", " new paragraph."

   Regrettably, this paragraph is still indented as far as the bullets.   How do I fixed the
   indent? I say "decrease left indent."

Of course if I was dictating into a recorder, this is an inconvenience because I might not
have known that the indent had been increased. Now I would like to add a table. I say
"insert table."
"Format table"didn't do anything                 "tab key"moved me to this cell. In the
                                                 command browser there are tons of table
                                                 commands.
"Go to next cell"it would be nice to be able Working with tables is a good homework
to select individual cells rather than having assignment for someone who will accept
to move around.                                  the challenge.

It would also be nice to know how to add borders. Well, speak of the devil, when I
dictated that previous sentence, Dragon responded to "add borders" by drawing a box
around this text. I guess I'll have to get used to being surprised.

The "new paragraph" command didn't get me out of this box. So I will say "move
down".

I guess if you made it this far, this hasn't been too tedious. I'll close with another attempt
at doing numbered bullets and wish list. After dictating the paragraphs I say: "select
figures through bibliography”and then "number selection."

How do you do:
  1. tables of figures
  2. index tables
  3. footnotes
  4. bibliography




Created by Donald A. Nicklas
c4cc7119-7ace-4a0b-960d-fc9500de125f.doc
The "header and footer" toolbar opens but does not have the focus. Pick it with
MouseGrid. That didn't work, so use move mouse commands to insert a page number
and date10/10/2011 page number2 of 2. Now say "show footer"
Here are some questions and an exercise. Using Dragon, is it possible to format a Word
document as you go along dictating? Is it better to dictate and then format later? Follow
a long as I dictate and format this document. I did not know the answers to questions
above, so I'm going to try one approach and look for your feedback on Tuesday.

Firstly, headers and footers help me keep track of my documents. I say the command
"show header." After doing the header and footer, I want to make a bulleted list. "new
paragraph”

     So I dictate my first sentence and say "format that bullet style". Then I say "new
      line"
    and I get my second bullet and so on.
   So now I say "bullets off".

   Regrettably, this paragraph is still indented as far as the bullets. How do I fixed the
   indent? I say "decrease left indent".

Of course if I was dictating into a recorder, this is an inconvenience because I might not
have known that the indent had been increased. Now I would like to add a table. I say .
I say "insert table."
"Format table"didn't do anything                 "tab key"moved me to this cell. In the
                                                 command browser there are tons of table
                                                 commands.
"Go to next cell"it would be nice to be able Working with tables is a good homework
to select individual cells rather than having assignment for someone who will accept
to move around.                                  the challenge.

It would also be nice to know how to add borders. Well, speak of the devil, when I
dictated that previous sentence, Dragon responded to "add borders" by drawing a box
around this text. I guess I'll have to get used to being surprised.

The "new paragraph" command didn't get me out of this box. So I will say "move
down".

I guess if you made it this far, this hasn't been too tedious. I'll close with another attempt
at doing numbered bullets and wish list. After dictating the paragraphs I say: "select
figures through bibliography”and then "number selection."

How do you do:
  5. tables of figures
  6. index tables
  7. footnotes

Created by Donald A. Nicklas I created the previous text by saying "press ALT Sierra"
and moving up and down the list.That text is a field. I can insert another field with the
document name the same way. c4cc7119-7ace-4a0b-960d-fc9500de125f.doc hopefully I
can get out of the header and footer by saying "press ALT Charlie" but alas, this never
works for me. Oh well, back to move mouse!
The "header and footer" toolbar opens but does not have the focus. Pick it with
MouseGrid. That didn't work, so use move mouse commands to insert a page number
and date10/10/2011 page number3 of 3. Now say "show footer"
   8. bibliography




Created by Donald A. Nicklas I created the previous text by saying "press ALT Sierra"
and moving up and down the list.That text is a field. I can insert another field with the
document name the same way. c4cc7119-7ace-4a0b-960d-fc9500de125f.doc hopefully I
can get out of the header and footer by saying "press ALT Charlie" but alas, this never
works for me. Oh well, back to move mouse!

				
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