You can use your voice to dictate text to your Windows PC. For example, you can dictate text to fill out online forms; or you can dictate text to a word-processing program, such as WordPad, to type a letter.
When you speak into the microphone, Windows Speech Recognition converts your spoken words into text that appears on your screen.
There are several ways to correct mistakes made during dictation. You can say "correct that" to correct the last thing you said. To correct a single word, say "correct" followed by the word that you want to correct. If the word appears more than once, all instances will be highlighted and you can choose the one that you want to correct. You can also add words that are frequently misheard or not recognized by using the Speech Dictionary.
To change a selection, in the Alternates panel dialog box, say "spell" followed by the number of the item you want to change, and then "OK."
Speech Recognition is available only in English, French, Spanish, German, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, and Traditional Chinese.
Article ID: 14198 - Last Review: Aug 31, 2016 - Revision: 12
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