Save to dictation folder â€“ should work
save to my dictation folder â€“ unless you have a folder tagged as “my dictation” won’t work. If you’re trying to do it in Outlook, you have to have an Outlook folder by that name. Also, be careful how you name your folders in Outlook. It is possible to create a folder that won’t be recognized properly even though it’s set up correctly.
save to trial calendar folder â€“ same as above. Besides, this is basically an Outlook shortcuts command. And there needs to be a folder in Outlook labeled “trial calendar”.
save to tag dictation â€“ should only print the text in Microsoft Word
open from trial calendar folder â€“ unless you have a folder tagged as “trial calendar” it won’t work. Also, not an Outlook VoiceShortcut.
open from tag trial calendar â€“ not a valid VoiceComputer command
open from tag oasis â€“ shouldn’t work, not a valid VoiceComputer command
open from tag dictation â€“ shouldn’t work. Should only result in text displayed in Microsoft Word.
Save to tag dictation approved â€“ same as above
When you’re looking at the file commands, use the commands that are shown in the “show file commands” Help in VoiceComputer (i.e., Accessing Files).
Command rule #1: commands, whether Dragon or VoiceComputer, must be spoken verbatim or they won’t be understood. For example, in Microsoft Excel when you want to select a range of cells you say “select cell alpha-1 through cell Delta-7”. If you leave out the word “cell” as noted in bold red, the command may look right, but it won’t execute.Chucker2013-10-17 08:38:46