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Topic Title: Strange issue with macro command
Topic Summary: Double-pasting
Created On: 10/27/2019 03:44 AM
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 Strange issue with macro command   - adrienneiii - 10/27/2019 03:44 AM  
 Strange issue with macro command   - dilligence - 10/27/2019 08:48 AM  
 Strange issue with macro command   - Lunis Orcutt - 10/27/2019 11:39 AM  
 Strange issue with macro command   - PG LTU - 10/27/2019 04:03 PM  
 Strange issue with macro command   - adrienneiii - 10/29/2019 04:17 PM  
 Strange issue with macro command   - dilligence - 10/29/2019 05:17 PM  
 Strange issue with macro command   - adrienneiii - 10/30/2019 06:49 PM  
 Strange issue with macro command   - Lunis Orcutt - 10/30/2019 08:56 PM  
 Strange issue with macro command   - Matt_Chambers - 10/30/2019 09:52 PM  
 Strange issue with macro command   - adrienneiii - 11/01/2019 12:58 PM  
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adrienneiii
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Hi there, I am using Dragon with some specialized translation software. I open a dictation box in the software, do my thing in there with Dragon, and then I click the Transfer button by saying "Click Transfer", which pastes my text into the main window of the translation software.

So that I can go almost hands-free, I want to have a command that clicks the Transfer button for me. I have recorded a macro command to do this, but the weird thing is that the dictated text pastes in twice. Obviously when I do it without the macro command it's pasted in only once. I have reviewed the macro steps and they seem fine (picture attached, I hope)—I have no idea why it would paste twice.

Can anyone help? Thanks!

 

 

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