Dragon Naturally Speaking and SDLX
Thread poster: Katrin Lueke

Katrin Lueke  Identity Verified
Local time: 14:15
Member (2006)
English to German
May 15, 2007

Hello everybody,

Do you know if DNS works with SDLX?
Is there anyone out there who uses DNS and SDLX and can tell me about his/her experiences?

Thank you very much in advance!

Best regards,


Hester Eymers  Identity Verified
Local time: 14:15
Member (2005)
English to Dutch
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Seems to work okay May 16, 2007

Hi Katrin,

Until now I have been using DNS with Word, but seeing your question, I just tried it with SDLX. It seems to work just fine.



Katrin Lueke  Identity Verified
Local time: 14:15
Member (2006)
English to German
Thank you! May 16, 2007

Hello Hester,

that is good news, thank you very much for your efforts!


Reed James
Local time: 10:15
Spanish to English
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Dictating works, macros are a different story May 17, 2007

Hi. I use DNS 8 Pro with SDLX. Dictating works fine. Actually it is quite speedy versus other programs. However, when I try to create macros within SDLX, more often than not, it goes "buggy" and refuses to do what I want it to.



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