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Topic Title: "Accept SELECTED Defaults" Command
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Created On: 04/26/2020 11:52 AM
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 "Accept SELECTED Defaults" Command   - cesmd40831 - 04/26/2020 11:52 AM  
 "Accept SELECTED Defaults" Command   - Lunis Orcutt - 04/26/2020 06:42 PM  
 "Accept SELECTED Defaults" Command   - cesmd40831 - 09/15/2021 05:17 PM  
 "Accept SELECTED Defaults" Command   - Lunis Orcutt - 09/15/2021 07:21 PM  
 04/26/2020 11:52 AM
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Is there any method of “Accept Defaults” for just a portion, example a highlighted portion of a document?

I tried highlighting the 1st paragraph, then saying “Accept Defaults” but it proceeded to do so to both paragraphs.


[ABO] [pos/neg], Antibody screen [Neg], Rubella [Immune], RPR [NR], HBsAg [neg], HIV [neg], Chlamydia [neg], Gonorrhea [neg], CF screen [neg] [not performed], HCV [neg]




[] weeks gestation []-year-old [MWF], G[], P[]

[] EDD by ultrasound performed []; [] EDD by LMP []


I have considered scripting a ““Accept SELECTED Defaults” Command

Would have to PASTE into Notepad (but lose formatting) utilizing HeardWord etc. or a KnowBrainer 2017 command utilizing “EmulateRecognition.”


I’m considering deleting open brackets and close brackets in my Text Commands, but then you run the risk of overlooking something that you might need to change.


DMPE 4.3 Build {04/07/2020}, KnowBrainer 2017 Build 01/01/2021, DragonCapture Build 1.0.3698 {12/16/2020}, Philips SpeechMike LFH3500/00 Premium, Dell OptiPlex 3040 Intel Core i7-6700, CPU@3.408GHz, 3.41GHz, RAM 16.0GB, Windows 10 Pro V1809 64-bit OS, x64-based processor Build 17763.864, 01/20/2003 MedInformatix EMR V7.6.8.20 as of 12/16/2020

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