Chapter 13

Working the Web

In This Chapter

arrow Picking and launching your web browser

arrow Telling your browser where to go

arrow Bookmarking a favorite website or web page

arrow Pinning a website to the Start menu

arrow Entering information on a web page

arrow Using shortcuts to get around

Word processing may be the most obvious application of speech recognition, but it isn’t the only one. Gadgets like smartphones and iPads factor heavily into the equation, too. If you’re like me, you spend more time than you care to admit on the web — browsing, tweeting, exchanging e-mail, and trying out new apps.

NaturallySpeaking command shortcuts for searching and dictating online are easy. The menu commands of the e-mail and browser applications provide all the specialized commands you need, and the rest is basically just word processing and window management. Nonetheless, in this chapter, I assemble a few tricks worth knowing. ...

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