- Open Speech Recognition by clicking the Start button.
- Say “start listening” or click the Microphone button to start the listening mode.
- Open the program you want to use or select the text box you want to dictate text into.
- Say the text that you want dictate.
In this regard, how do you voice type in Word 2010?
- In Microsoft Word, make sure you’re in the “Home” tab at the top of the screen, and then click “Dictate.”
- You should hear a beep, and the dictate button will change to include a red recording light.
Best answer for this question, does Microsoft Word 2010 have voice typing? Yes, MS Office 2010 includes a text-to-speech feature. … As MS Office is integrated with Windows it means that whichever voice is selected in that computer’s Control Panel will be used when you select Speak.
Correspondingly, how do I turn on voice typing in Word?
- Step 1: Open Microsoft Word. Simple but crucial.
- Step 2: Click on the Dictate button.
- Step 3: Allow Microsoft Word access to the Microphone.
- Step 4: Begin voice typing.
- Step 5: Incorporate punctuation commands.
You asked, how do I use Google voice typing in Word?
- Check that your microphone works.
- Open a document in Google Docs with a Chrome browser.
- Click Tools.
- When you’re ready to speak, click the microphone.
- Speak clearly, at a normal volume and pace (see below for more information on using punctuation).
- When you’re done, click the microphone again.
To use the Windows 10 speech recognition, open a document, email, or other file into which you want to dictate. Hold down the Windows key and press H to trigger the dictation toolbar. You can now dictate your text. When you’re done, press Win key + H to turn off the dictation toolbar (Figure G).