Dictating with the sound turned down

Just a note: if you have trouble cognitively forming speech when there’s distracting  background noise going on, it’s entirely possible to dictate with earplugs in — even heavy ones. You might have to focus a little more on your mouth movement, but that’s about it. (It’s possible to use speech recognition with your computer’s sound off, too, though Dragon will turn it on again if you need to calibrate something.)

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2 Responses to Dictating with the sound turned down

  1. Elisabeth says:

    I just wanted to share my appreciation for what you do in this blog- I learn so much! http://redefininggood.wordpress.com/2010/06/18/spreading-the%C2%A0happy/

  2. hand2mouth says:

    Thanks! 🙂

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