1. Naomasa298

    Naomasa298 Active Member

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    Discussion in 'Software' started by Naomasa298, Jan 4, 2020.

    I need a program that will allow me to dictate, so I can write while hooked up to a dialysis machine.

    Has anyone used this app?
     
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    I can't add anything about the software, but heartfelt wishes to you, your doctors, and your family.
     
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    I use Open Office and sometimes LibreOffice, both of which are free, and both allow dictation. I find them to be excellent word processors, though I haven't used any others to compare them with. Dictation can be a problem though, lots of things to go back and correct, usually by hand later. But if you're unable to type it can be a godsend. I should add, it took me a while to figure out how to set up my computer to take dictation-- as I recall I had to go into keyboard prefs of all things, and once I set it up many writing apps can now take dictation.
     

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