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Topic Title: Dictation box problem
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Created On: 03/31/2022 04:00 PM
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 Dictation box problem   - sjtandlich - 03/31/2022 04:00 PM  
 Dictation box problem   - Lunis Orcutt - 03/31/2022 08:23 PM  
 Dictation box problem   - dilligence - 03/31/2022 09:34 PM  
 Dictation box problem   - sjtandlich - 04/04/2022 05:15 AM  
 03/31/2022 04:00 PM
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I have been using DNS 15.3 professional with Microsoft Word and Outlook over a remote company network (i.e. not locally) for certain editing tasks on company documents. For about three years, until this morning, DNS treated dictation into these remote versions of Word and Outlook as "unsupported applications" and immediately opened the dictation box. This worked well as the dictation box allowed for corrections and other commands, and then allowed me to insert my edits into these remote documents. But as of today, the dictation box no longer opens automatically and I am forced to dictate directly into Word and Outlook. This is a problem because although I can dictate, I can't edit or correct anything. It seems that Nuance (or Microsoft?) has converted these remote, over-the-network versions of Word and Outlook into supported applications, but just isn't providing any useful functionality.


Is there any way to fix this and restore the automatically reopening dictation box?

Note that I have already looked at the "miscellaneous" section under "options" in the DragonBar, and the "use the dictation box for unsupported applications" box is checked.






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