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Are Wordfast & Dragon Naturally Speaking compatible?
Thread poster: Ken Fagan
Ken Fagan  Identity Verified
Local time: 08:30
French to English
Jan 28, 2009

If so, could someone pls explain how to use both on the same file?

Many thanks


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Charlie Bavington  Identity Verified
Local time: 07:30
French to English
Briefly... Jan 28, 2009

Open the segment as you would normally with Wordfast.

Make sure the cursor is at the start of the target segment (see previous discussions).

Start talking.

When you've finished the segment, do the Alt arrows thing to move to the next one.


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Benno Groeneveld  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 02:30
English to Dutch
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WF sometimes Jan 29, 2009

puts what you dictate in weird places. I found that doing a search (control F in Word) with nonsense in the search field (I often put in something like hfsdhjjk) miraculously solves this problem.

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xxxrombas  Identity Verified
North Korea
Local time: 15:30
French to English
Thank You Feb 2, 2009

Charlie & Benno

I wanted to ask the exact same question as Ken

[Edited at 2009-02-02 06:30 GMT]


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Ken Fagan  Identity Verified
Local time: 08:30
French to English
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thanks Feb 2, 2009

thank you, Charlie

thank you, Benno


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