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Topic Title: Help with using SendKeys for longish text
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Created On: 10/07/2021 11:21 AM
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 Help with using SendKeys for longish text   - bobe - 10/07/2021 11:21 AM  
 Help with using SendKeys for longish text   - R. Wilke - 10/07/2021 11:28 AM  
 Help with using SendKeys for longish text   - Edgar - 10/07/2021 11:39 AM  
 Help with using SendKeys for longish text   - dilligence - 10/07/2021 01:30 PM  
 Help with using SendKeys for longish text   - bobe - 10/07/2021 05:02 PM  
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dilligence
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It may be just me, but it really needn't be that complicated and it's certainly not necessary to install any kind of "utility" for this.

Why not use a simple boilerplate? It doesn't occupy the clipboard and it works very well in Open Office:

 

 

 

 

I've also attached the command so you can simply import it into your Dragon® Command Browser.

 

About Open Office. Apart from the fact that it is not DPI-Aware, I don't see anything "broken" with it....

Maybe you should download the previous 4.1.6 version which is also speech friendly. Click the image to download:

 

 

 

 

 

BTW, it's very well possible to use SendKeys for this, albeit it'll perform kinda slow. However, if you use DVC Scripting for this instead of Advanced Scripting. The speed will be acceptable. I have attached that version as well.

 

Here is an Easy To Understand Guide to get you going with DVC scripting and creating productive Dragon® voice commands in general.






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