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Josh Stewart
post Jun 16 2005, 05:12 PM
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Issue: I have Dragon NaturallySpeaking Professional v8. In reagrds to vocabulary, is there anything that I can do to minimize the list of terms that I do not use.

Resolution: The smaller a vocabulary that Dragon NaturallySpeaking has to search, the faster it can transcribe your dictation. Many times a smaller vocabulary will help improve accuracy since you are pinging against fewer words. If you do not need an extensive vocabulary in your dictation, you can create a user with a smaller vocabulary.

To create a user with a smaller vocabulary than the program recommends
On the DragonBar click NaturallySpeaking and then Manage Users.

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1. On the Manage Users dialog box, click New.

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2. On the Create User screen of the New User wizard, enter the name of the user you want to create and then click Advanced.

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3. Use the Vocabulary Size list to choose a new vocabulary. The choices are:
Medium
Large (the recommended size for most machines)
Empty dictation (requires that you enter words in the Vocabulary Builder before use)

4. Click OK to close the Advanced dialog box.

5. Click Next to proceed to the next screen of the New User wizard to continue creating your user


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