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Here’s a quick Thursday Tip for folks using Dragon Dictate for Mac 3:

Dragon Dictate comes with a large repertory of built-in words with cor­rect capitalization and spacing. So, before using these commands, try saying your word (or look it up in the Vocabulary Editor window) to see what Dragon Dictate does. For example, Dragon Dictate handles correctly such terms as “CD-ROM” and “FreeBSD” without your having to worry about spacing, hyphenation, or capitalization.

Let us know if you have any suggestions for Dragon tips or questions that you’d like us to address here in the comments. We’ll do our best to feature as many as we can here each week!

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Here’s a quick Tuesday tip for folks using Dragon NaturallySpeaking for the PC:

Familiarizing yourself with the Vocabulary Editor can help you be well on your way to becoming a Dragon expert. If you click the Properties button, you can change how words will be transcribed when you dictate. For example, you can set the word “figure” to be written as “fig.” when appearing before a number, and can decide whether or not you want to use hyphens in certain words. Piece of cake! (see pg. 21 in the workbook for more info)

Let us know if you have any suggestions for Dragon tips or questions that you’d like us to address here in the comments. We’ll do our best to feature as many as we can here each week!

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