Table of contents for Dragon naturally speaking for dummies / by Stephanie Diamond.


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Introduction 1
Part I: Getting Started with Dragon NaturallySpeaking 7
Chapter 1: Knowing What to Expect 9
Chapter 2: Installing Dragon and Starting Basic Training 21
Chapter 3: Launching and Controlling Dragon 35
Part II: Creating Documents and Spreadsheets 51
Chapter 4: Simply Dictating 53
Chapter 5: Selecting, Editing, and Correcting in DragonPad 73
Chapter 6: Basic Formatting in Text-Editing Applications 87
Chapter 7: Proofreading and Listening to Your Text 99
Chapter 8: Dictating into Other Applications 107
Chapter 9: Dipping into Word Processing 121
Chapter 10: Working with Excel 139
Chapter 11: Using Recorded Speech 147
Part III: Communicating Online 163
Chapter 12: Sending and Receiving E-Mail 165
Chapter 13: Working the Web 179
Chapter 14: Playing Media with the LifeStyle Speech Pack 189
Chapter 15: Dictating the Mobile Way 199
Part IV: Controlling Windows 217
Chapter 16: Controlling Your Desktop and Windows by Voice 219
Part V: Working Smarter 239
Chapter 17: Speaking More Clearly 241
Chapter 18: Additional Training for Accuracy 247
Chapter 19: Improving Audio Input 267
Chapter 20: Having Multiple Computers or Users 275
Chapter 21: Creating Your Own Commands 283
Chapter 22: Getting Help from Your Desktop and Online 295
Part VI: The Part of Tens 315
Chapter 23: Ten Common Problems 317
Chapter 24: Ten Time-and-Sanity-Saving Tips 325
Chapter 25: Ten Mistakes to Avoid 331
Chapter 26: Ten Stupid Dragon Tricks 337
Index 345


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Dragon NaturallySpeaking.
Speech processing systems -- Computer programs.
Automatic speech recognition.