4. Editing Text

In This Chapter

The Golden Rule 48

Undoing Dictation 51

Navigating within a Document 52

Selecting Text 53

Modifying Text 54

Proofreading Text 57

Entering text into a document is the first—and arguably the most important—part of creating a text-based document. But unless you know exactly what you want to say and how to say it as you dictate, you’ll likely need to edit the original text to make changes in content and formatting.

Dragon Dictate can help you do that, too. You can use voice commands to move the insertion point to various places within your document and insert text. You can select, replace, and delete text. You can also use voice commands to change capitalization and add punctuation, such as quotes or brackets, around ...

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