Manage Dragon

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About improving accuracy The many things you can do to improve Dragon's recognition accuracy.
About Accuracy Tuning How accuracy tuning works and how you can schedule and run accuracy tuning.
Working with user profiles

Managing user profiles, including:

  • Opening and closing user profiles
  • Saving your user profile
  • Backing up and restoring user profiles
Working with vocabularies The vocabularies Dragon uses to recognize words and phrases correctly.
Adding words and phrases to your vocabulary Adding word and phrases to personalize Dragon's vocabulary to more closely match your writing style and to recognize any special words which you dictate.
The Options dialog box Using the Options dialog box to change Dragon's dictation and configuration settings.
Administrative Settings dialog box—Miscellaneous tab Configuring Dragon Administrative settings.
Creating and editing custom commands

Using the MyCommands Editor allows to create your own custom voice commands.

These commands let you automate repetitive text entry and graphics insertion tasks like boilerplate, logos,  and scanned signatures while working in virtually any Windows application.

Managing your custom commands dialog box Using the Manage Custom Commands dialog to create a new command, or to revise or delete a command you created.
Using the Command Browser

Using the Command Browser to view and manage voice commands, including custom commands you or your system administrator added.

Auto-Formatting dialog box

Specifying automatic formatting rules that Dragon applies to text, such as email addresses and dates.

About word properties Word properties that let you to fine-tune how Dragon types words you dictate.
About the Roaming feature How the Roaming feature works, and how Roaming user profiles allow users to work on different computers with one user profile.
Dictating over a remote desktop connection

You can dictate into Dragon even when it is not installed on your computer. This is referred to as "remote dictation."

Using command line options Administrators can configure Dragon's settings from the command line, and use shortcuts to access important program files for troubleshooting.
Working with Structured Commands Structured commands let you control the action of a command based on the existence of a state in the application.