Dictating numbers
In most cases you can dictate numbers, including postal codes, as you normally say them.
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Procedures for many number types below assume you have enabled AutoFormatting options. For more information, see About AutoFormatting rules and AutoFormatting dialog box.
Number type  Examples 

Numbers—GeneralIn general, you can dictate numbers by saying them as you would conversationally. If you have configured the AutoFormatting options for numbers, Dragon formats most numbers automatically. For more information, see AutoFormatting dialog box. To dictate numbers:Say the numbers in the appropriate form. 
Example 1—DecimalsSay: Five point four twenty three Result: 5.423 Example 2—FractionsSay: Two and three fourths Result: 2 3/4 Example 3—NumeralsSay: One hundred forty two thousand fifteen Result: 142,015 Example 4—Phone numbersSay: Seven eight one five six five five thousand Result: 7815655000 Example 5—CurrencySay: Ninety nine dollars and fifty cents Result: $99.50 Example 6—DatesSay: May fifteen two thousand fifteen Result: May 15, 2015 Example 7—WeightSay: Two hundred kilograms Result: 200 kg Example 8—Postal codesSay: Boston Massachusetts 0 2 1 1 0 Result: Boston, MA 02110 Example 9—TimeSay: Eight thirty pm Result: 8:30 PM 
Numbers—Force as numeralsIf your dictated numbers appear in text form ("four") rather than numeral form ("4"), you can force Dragon to interpret your numbers as numerals. To force numbers to appear as numerals:Say "Numeral" before your number.

ExampleSay: Numeral four Result: 4 
Numbers—Numbers ModeIf you frequently dictate numbers that must be in numeral form ("4") rather than text form ("four"), you can switch to Numbers Mode before or during your dictation. To dictate numbers in Numbers Mode:

ExampleSay: One hundred seventy nine Result: 179 
Numbers—Roman numeralsYou can dictate roman numerals by saying "Roman Numeral" before your number. To dictate roman numerals:Say "Roman Numeral", and then say your number. To dictate lowercase roman numerals:

Example 1Say: Roman numeral two thousand four Result: MMIV Example 2Say: Roman numeral three Say: No Caps That Result: iii 