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Speech Recognition

Following are the main commands used in speech recognition. Table B.2 lists the commands used in Dictation mode, Table B.3 covers handling common symbols and punctuation in Dictation mode, and Table B.4 lists commands used in Command mode. For a broader list, see Chapter 9, “Speech Recognition and Voice Control.”

Table B.2. Common Voice Commands in Dictation Mode
Voice CommandActionExample
Dictate into Foreground Application
“Force num <number>”Speak numbers instead of words.Force num <2>
“New line”Insert a single carriage return.New line
“New paragraph”Insert two carriage returns.New paragraph
“Spell it <spelling>”Spell a word exactly.Spell it <humperdink>
“Spell that”Spell a word in all caps.Spell that <HUMPERDINK>
Controlling Speech
“Microphone”Turns microphone off.Microphone
“Voice command”Switches to Command mode.Voice command



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