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Teach Yourself VISUALLY Android Phones and Tablets, 2nd Edition by Guy Hart-Davis

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CHAPTER 4

Working with Text, Voice, and Accessibility

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You can input text using the on-screen keyboard, the Gesture Typing feature, and dictation. Android also provides Cut, Copy, and Paste; Voice Actions; Voice Search; and helpful accessibility options.

Using the On-Screen Keyboard and Gesture Typing

Edit Text and Use Cut, Copy, and Paste

Give Commands with Voice Actions

Dictate Text into Apps

Gather Information with Voice Search

Set Up Accessibility Features

Using TalkBack and Explore by Touch

Using the On-Screen Keyboard and Gesture Typing

The most straightforward way to enter text in an app is by touching the keys on the on-screen keyboard. ...

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