NaturallySpeaking Commands for Internet Explorer
NaturallySpeaking isn’t just for word processing. You can use it to browse Internet Explorer without straining your typing fingers. You can use it to give Internet Explorer its marching orders in several ways:
Natural Language commands
Version 12 of NaturallySpeaking enables you to have more control over when you need to say “Click” when issuing commands. This is particularly important with web browsing. To see what you have your commands set at now, go to Tools→Options→Commands.
See the check boxes that say: Require Click to Select Hyperlinks in HTML Windows, Require Click to Select Menus, and Require Click to Select Buttons and Other Controls, and see what your settings are. If you want to say “Click” with web browser commands, then leave them selected. If not, deselect them. Say “Click” before each command if you have them selected.
In addition, you can use the same “Move” and “Go” commands that work in the NaturallySpeaking DragonPad, like “Go To Top/Bottom” or “Move Down Three Paragraphs.” You can also use the mouse voice commands to click toolbar buttons or links on web pages, but usually one of the other techniques achieves the same result more easily.
|Toolbar Button||Voice Command||Menu||Key Combination|
|Back||“Go Back”||Choose View→Go To→Back||Press Alt + Left Arrow|
|Forward||“Go Forward”||Choose View→Go To→Forward||Press Alt + Right Arrow|
|Stop||“Stop Loading”||Choose View→Stop||Press Escape|
|Refresh||“Refresh”||Choose View→Refresh||Press F5|
|Home||“Go Home”||Choose View→Go To→Home Page||Press Alt + Home|
|Search||none||Choose View→Explorer Bar→Search||Press Ctrl + E|
|Favorites||none||Choose View→Explorer Bar→Favorites||Press Ctrl + I|
|History||none||Choose View→Explorer Bar→History||Press Ctrl + H|
|none||Choose Tools→Mail and News||none|
|none||Choose File→Print||Press Control P|