Why do intags not stay hidden?

Intags don't stay off after I say "Hide numbers" or "Hide intags". They come back on. If I am working at the bottom of the screen, especially in Microsoft Word, I often don't notice this—until it's too late.

Select-And-Say dictation in Microsoft Word often triggers numbered options. The person dictating then needs to say the number that applies. This is why it is so important to keep intags off most of the time when dictating in Word. If the numbers from VoiceComputer are on, it cripples Select-And-Say.

Is there an option in VoiceComputer to securely turn off intags?

Is there an option in VoiceComputer to securely turn off intags?


Not yet…

> Intags don’t stay off after I say “Hide numbers” or “Hide intags”. They come back on

They should stay off as long as you don’t access the taskbar commands… (except in Chrome, where they keep turning back on.)


> Select-And-Say dictation in Microsoft Word often triggers numbered options.

Say, “Choose 5” where 5 is the text you wish to select.






<div><br></div><div><img src="smileys/smiley36.gif" border="0" alt="LOL" title="LOL" /> Darn! Why didn't I think of that?<br></div><div><br></div><div>Thank you, Ron—</div><div>Daniel</div>

Daniel,

One of things to keep in mind is that not only does VoiceComputer have InTags, but Dragon also has numbers that it assigns to multiple text matching. Dragon's numbers are always green, and, as Ron points out, you need to say "choose" and the number to select the multiple text match (i.e., text) relative to the multiple text matching sequence.

For example, if you have 20 identical words or phrases that are all numbered by Dragon (green) and you only want modify the fifth one, then you have to say "choose 5".

If you want more information multiple text matching, go to the Dragon Options dialog | Corrections option and click on the Help button. Then go down to "multiple text matching" and review the information located there.

Nonetheless, you need to know the difference between VoiceComputer commands and Dragon commands relative to numbering.