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Using Dictate with Naturally Speaking Commands
A client of mine has switched from windows to mac.
Having spent a lot of time using Naturally Speaking, Dictate seems to have oddly verbose command phrases. Is it at all possible to use the same commands as found in Naturally Speaking?
Yes, but you have to customize the existing commands.
duplicate the built in command you want (you may want to inactivate by unchecking)
Rename the new command as you like.
save and test.
Thanks for your reply and video very useful to know how to do this.