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Writing made easy with Office Dictate
With the Dictate feature of Office 365, writing has never been easier. The built-in Dictate tool within Office will help you save time, increase your efficiency, and assist those with writing challenges in capturing their thoughts in a productive way.
When my language can use with Dictate in Microsoft Office?
You know, not only me but also my Cambodian. they want to write their own language by using Dictate for supporting their work quickly. Can i have a good news from you? hehehe Thanks
dictate insted of writing
This new feature in windows as an option where user can dictate instead off writing or typing. You can use this feature any time and anywhere but it should be connected to Internet. You can activate this feature by pressing windows key and letter H. it's very useful feature and u can have fun with that. you can use this feature in any application including in mails, in bing, or even in instagram while texting to your friend. it's kind of difficult in starting days but u can dictate pargraph at a time.
how to download dictator for ms office
please tell how to download
I am looking for software you i can do my book and not have to type something that is lower in price but yet good and it for windows 10.Thanks Mike
Microsoft Word Features
Hello Windows Community, What are some of your favorite features in Microsoft Word? I like the auto-save feature, that is so helpful for me.
on-screen microphone.Windows + H key
I would like to be able to put the on-screen microphone down on the taskbar.but I only seem to be able to open it by pressing the Windows key and the H key and the microphone bar goes all the way across the window.I know I can move it but it would be nice to have it on the taskbar.thanks Pete
I must always login account in web browser.
I must always login account in web browser. when i start windows every time i must login account in web browser also Edge and Chrome Anyhow i check my setting i don't setting for clear cookie it' make difficulty for me very much.
Desktop PC, tablet or smartphone?
What is your favorite?
Prior to 2004, I used a Windows-based computer. I was unhappy with Windows because of constant "blue screens of death", hackers planting viruses, etc...When I became a truck driver in 2004, I mainly used a mobile phone and started using Google products. I like their products and they all work seamlessly with each other. Now, I am a full-time Care-Provider for my mother and just purchased a new computer with Windows 10 Pro installed. I decided to give Microsoft apps a try once again because I do like their products. On my PC there are no problems, but on my Android phone, I just can't seem to get Cortana to work hands-free, and with certain apps. I do understand that there is a war between Microsoft, Apple, Google and any other companies that are out there, but, the customer (that would be you and I) should be able to use whatever Assistant we choose to work with any apps that we like and use. Case in point: the Google Assistant comes on automatically when I say "OK Google" (hands-free), and I can set a timer, ask about the weather, play my favorite music in the Google Play app, etc....no problem....Today I downloaded Cortana to work with all my apps and I cannot even get it to turn on without tapping the microphone button. I made it my default app, turned on all the permissions, etc...and I am discouraged with Microsoft again. I haven't given up yet, but I had to switch back to the Google Assistant just so I can do the things I need to do hands-free, which comes with a cost of not being able to use some of the Microsoft apps unless done manually. I like Microsoft's To-Do List, but Google Assistant will only open Google's Task app. It just defeats the whole purpose of downloading all of Microsoft's apps if I can't use everything seamlessly. I use Amazon Music now, and neither Assistant will open it. I would really like to use whatever Assistant I choose with the default apps that I select. Now, am I doing something wrong or does this sound about right?
Dictate button is grayed out. If you see the dictate button is grayed out: Make sure the document is not in a Read-Only state. Microphone doesn't have access. If you see "We don’t have access to your microphone": Make sure no other application or web page is using the microphone and try again.
Dictate, a Microsoft Garage project Dictate is an Office add-in for Outlook, Word and PowerPoint which converts speech to text using the state of the art speech recognition behind Cortana and Microsoft Translator. Currently available for Windows OS. Download Dictate from https://dictate.ms and start typing with your own voice!
Dictate in Microsoft 365. More... Dictation lets you use speech-to-text to author content in Office with a microphone and reliable internet connection. Use your voice to quickly create documents, emails, notes, presentations, or even slide notes.
You can dictate most numbers and punctuation by saying the number or punctuation character. To dictate letters and symbols, say "start spelling." Then say the symbol or letter, or use the ICAO phonetic alphabet. To dictate an uppercase letter, say “uppercase” before the letter. For example, “uppercase A” or “uppercase alpha.”