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Josh Stewart
post Jun 6 2005, 11:07 AM
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Issue: When using Dragon NaturallySpeaking v8 and Microsoft Word, I am unable to hear or playback the recorded dictation (audio) with the associated document.

Resolution:

If you saved the text file/document and did not chose to save the recorded dictation associated with the file, you will no longer be able to playback the recorded dictation.

The amount of disk space you have reserved for speech data may not be large enough. Follow these steps to check and/or change the disk space reserved for speech data.

1. On the Dragon NaturallySpeaking Toolbar, select Tools, then Options.

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2. Once the Options dialog box opens, select Data.

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3. Change the 'Disk Space reserved for playback' to an appropriate amount.
The space specified when your user files are open should be at least as large as the space specified when the author's user files are open.

4. Click OK

Note: Saving dictation with documents can take up a lot of disk space, typically about 1.5 MB per minute of dictation. To free up this space, delete the dictation files you no longer need. Dragon NaturallySpeaking saves dictation in a file with the same name as the document, but with the extension .DRA. For example, if you dictate a document called MyDoc.rtf and save your dictation, Dragon NaturallySpeaking saves your dictation in a file called MyDoc.dra in the same directory as your document. Delete Mydoc.dra using Windows Explorer when you no longer need your dictation.


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