Question about Dragon Naturally Speaking
Thread poster: Fernando Toledo

Fernando Toledo  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 18:16
German to Spanish
Oct 4, 2005

Is there a way to delete some words from the vocabulary?

When a say "corrientes" in my Spanish version, DNS write always "Corrientes", it seems there is a town with this name, so this capital letter, but I am speaking about electricity not about geographyicon_wink.gif

How can I delete this entry?

Thks

and Regards


Toledo


 

Jack Doughty  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Local time: 17:16
Member (2000)
Russian to English
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It's fairly simple Oct 4, 2005

I have had the same problem with several words.
On the DragonBar, click on Words, then on View/Edit, then enter the word with capital. This will scroll you down to the word. Then click the Delete button.


 

Fernando Toledo  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 18:16
German to Spanish
TOPIC STARTER
how embarrassing! Oct 4, 2005

Jack Doughty wrote:

I have had the same problem with several words.
On the DragonBar, click on Words, then on View/Edit, then enter the word with capital. This will scroll you down to the word. Then click the Delete button.


Really quite simple

Thank you!


 


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