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Here at Tell-It-To-The-World Marketing (Author, Blogger, Business Assist) where we support talented authors, as well as successful business owners in their marketing, by marrying social media, with more traditional approaches,
the goal is to help the client market their Book, Blog, or Business to the very best of their ability.
One of the best ways for me to do this, is to share tips with my clients, so that they can define the services I provide them, to better meet their needs.
Today, I’m sharing a post on dictation from Virtual Tech Advisor and Research Assistant Casey Mathews.
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And now, here’s Casey with today’s tip.
Before we dive in, I want to first get a few things out of the way.
- While dictation is very exciting, it doesn’t take the place of learning to use a keyboard if you are able to do so.
- If you use a screen reader, dictation will not replace the need for you to learn how to use your screen reader.
- Sometimes too much dictation is a bad thing.
- Remember that if you use a screen reader while dictating, and you don’t have a headset connected, your dictation experience will not be a good one due to the microphone picking up your screen reader’s voice.
- Use a headset for best performance with dictation.
- In this article, I am specifically talking about dictation and not total computer control via voice.
- This information was directly taken from Microsoft, and you should check that for the most up to date information on this topic. I have edited parts of this article to make it a bit clearer for someone who may be using a screen reader.
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