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Voice Typing in Google Docs

posted Feb 25, 2016, 8:01 AM by Anthony Luscre   [ updated Mar 23, 2016, 9:41 AM ]
 Starting last fall, Google rolled out "Voice Typing" in Google Docs.
Right out the gate, it did a very good job of converting your speaking to text. The one missing piece was built in voice commands. This week Google has added these. You can now pause and say things like "Select last word", "Bold", "Center" and more. For a complete list visit- https://support.google.com/docs/answer/4492226 or you can access commands from within voice typing by saying “voice commands help”.

Also here is a link on using voice commands and assistive technology devices, provided by Eric Van Buskirk
Future Of Search Engines: Voice Commands vs. Keyboards (http://clickstream.cc/future-search-engines-voice-commands-vs-keyboards), and created the webpage using code/html that's WC3 accessibility compliant.

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