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Topic Title: Output list of custom commands to a plain text document?
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Created On: 08/10/2021 01:11 PM
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 Output list of custom commands to a plain text document?   - benTalks - 08/10/2021 01:11 PM  
 Output list of custom commands to a plain text document?   - Lunis Orcutt - 08/10/2021 03:17 PM  
 Output list of custom commands to a plain text document?   - Ag - 08/16/2021 11:25 PM  
 Output list of custom commands to a plain text document?   - R. Wilke - 08/10/2021 03:34 PM  
 Output list of custom commands to a plain text document?   - Edgar - 08/10/2021 03:49 PM  
 Output list of custom commands to a plain text document?   - Edgar - 08/10/2021 03:51 PM  
 Output list of custom commands to a plain text document?   - Lunis Orcutt - 08/15/2021 02:06 PM  
 Output list of custom commands to a plain text document?   - Lunis Orcutt - 08/15/2021 02:25 PM  
 Output list of custom commands to a plain text document?   - monkey8 - 08/18/2021 05:14 PM  
 Output list of custom commands to a plain text document?   - benTalks - 08/15/2021 12:47 PM  
 Output list of custom commands to a plain text document?   - Edgar - 08/15/2021 06:36 PM  
 Output list of custom commands to a plain text document?   - Ag - 08/16/2021 11:16 PM  
 Output list of custom commands to a plain text document?   - kkkwj - 08/17/2021 10:47 PM  
 Output list of custom commands to a plain text document?   - monkey8 - 08/18/2021 05:08 PM  
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The approach you used to post this question is 1 of the best solutions we can think of. We recommend opening your Command Browser as vertically wide as possible, reversing your alphabetical order and taking a JPEG snapshot. If you can't fit all of your commands into a single picture, try placing multiple pictures side-by-side in a program like Microsoft Word. HOWEVER, our favorite option is to leave the Dragon Command Browser open; behind other windows or minimized if necessary. This is 1 of the primary reasons we use 3 32 inch monitors. We are available 24 hours a day; mostly because our court ordered ankle bracelet transmitter beeps if we wander too far from the trailer



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Originally posted by: Lunis Orcutt The approach you used to post this question is 1 of the best solutions we can think of. We recommend opening your Command Browser as vertically wide as possible, reversing your alphabetical order and taking a JPEG snapshot. If you can't fit all of your commands into a single picture, try placing multiple pictures side-by-side in a program like Microsoft Word.

 

Although I prefer to go directly from XML to text or HTML  without going through JPEG or other bitmaps, 

 

 I think it might be useful to add to Lunis's suggestion:

 

a) I just took such a screen capture, pasted into  Microsoft OneNote, and then did "Copy Text from Picture",  and it worked

 

b)  conversely,  the SnagIt screen capture application which I had installed recognized that the Dragon Command Browser is a scrolling window, rolled it automatically, but did not manage to capture anything except the last   windowful.

 

Anyway, there are ways to go from screen captures to useful stuff like text  or HTML.    OK in if you're doing it as a one-off, not so good if you want to do this regularly.

 

 

 



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