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Topic Title: Preventing Outlook's Jumping Page Error
Topic Summary: The Jumping Page error no longer occurs when I did THIS:
Created On: 05/04/2022 08:47 PM
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 Preventing Outlook's Jumping Page Error   - DragonCus - 05/04/2022 08:47 PM  
 Preventing Outlook's Jumping Page Error   - Stephan Kuepper - 05/05/2022 04:34 AM  
 Preventing Outlook's Jumping Page Error   - Lunis Orcutt - 05/05/2022 03:24 PM  
 Preventing Outlook's Jumping Page Error   - David.P - 05/08/2022 06:41 PM  
 Preventing Outlook's Jumping Page Error   - Everitt - 05/11/2022 11:58 AM  
 Preventing Outlook's Jumping Page Error   - Matt_Chambers - 05/11/2022 12:09 PM  
 Preventing Outlook's Jumping Page Error   - DragonCus - 05/19/2022 07:37 PM  
 Preventing Outlook's Jumping Page Error   - Lunis Orcutt - 05/19/2022 08:15 PM  
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Lunis Orcutt
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Select-&-Say (Full Text Control) correction/editing still works if you remove the checkmark from Enable Natural Language Commands. All you lose is Dragon's application-specific commands. We just tried this as an experiment with a multipage Word document. When inserting the cursor in the middle of the document, our 1st dictation triggers a page jump but follow-up dictations are not producing the Jumping Page issue; making this recommendation a partial solution. It's easy to live without Natural Language Commands. HOWEVER, we have only tested this theory for a few minutes. Don't hold our feet to the fire quite yet 

 

For now we will go with a good recommendation



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