Communicating Online with Dragon NaturallySpeaking

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How to Create and Manage E-Mails with NaturallySpeaking

Naturally Speaking allows you to dictate almost anything, including e-mails. As you contemplate using NaturallySpeaking to send your e-mails, keep in mind these general recommendations that apply to most [more…]

How to Enhancing E-Mail with NaturallySpeaking 12

NaturallySpeaking plays nicely with Outlook. In Dragon 12, you also get some additional commands for Outlook Express, Windows Live Mail, Thunderbird, and Gmail. If you use these e-mail applications, you’ll [more…]

How to Use Dragon Dictation with Android Devices

There are lots of exciting new developments for Android devices, including some from Dragon Dictation. With the introduction of OS version 4.0, dubbed Ice Cream Sandwich, Android developers have improved [more…]

How to Use BlackBerry Dragon for E-Mail

Happily, NaturallySpeaking isn’t limited to Apple mobile devices or even Android. You can dictate with BlackBerry smartphones as well. (Check online to find out whether your specific BlackBerry model smartphone [more…]

How to Dictate Facebook and Twitter Posts with NaturallySpeaking

Using NaturallySpeaking Version 12, you can use a special command that calls up a text window and posts directly into Twitter or Facebook. Following are three versions of a voice command you can use: [more…]

How to Use Outlook Notes with NaturallySpeaking

Outlook Notes is a great place to jot down important things you don’t want to forget. It works well with NaturallySpeaking because its main purpose is dictation, just like any word processor. If you want [more…]

Aggregate E-Mail Accounts with Thunderbird and NaturallySpeaking

If you use Thunderbird, Mozilla Foundation’s free e-mail client, you know that it’s an open source application and works cross-platform. This means that it is created by developers who donate their time [more…]

Using Gmail with NaturallySpeaking

In NaturallySpeaking 13, Gmail can be used with Rich Internet Application (RIA) extensions. When you open your Gmail account in one of the browsers listed here, [more…]

How to Move Around Web Pages with NaturallySpeaking

NaturallySpeaking has an automatic scrolling feature that is very convenient for reading long articles. Just say, “Start Scrolling Down,” and the text of the current web page starts moving up your screen [more…]

How to Dictate to Your Browser's Address Box

The Address box is the textbox at the bottom of the browser’s toolbar, the one that shows the web address of the current page. In NaturallySpeaking, say, [more…]

How to Link Web Pages in NaturallySpeaking

One useful feature in NaturallySpeaking you can use while browsing is the capability to click a link on a web page by saying all or part of its text label. For example, suppose that you are viewing the [more…]

How NaturallySpeaking Can Learn from Sent E-Mails

Analyzing e-mails is one way for your NaturallySpeaking assistant to build your vocabulary. This process helps in two ways. It learns from the style of your e-mails and it can automatically add e-mail [more…]

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