Jun 30, 2019
Blind Abilities keeps the iPhone101 series moving with an update to this demonstration of Dictation tips and tricks. Pete has once again brought his insight to the process of dictating text, numbers and even basic emojis in iOS, where inputting text is especially time consuming.
Pete shares tips on how to ensure your iDevice is set up for
dictation, as well as reviewing the complete process for using
dictation for both short and long documents. And Pete also stresses
the importance of using punctuation and proper document formatting
in order to reflect a more professional work product
and portray a better image of ourselves to our blind and sighted
readers alike. Join Pete Lane for this brief but informative demo
of using dictation in iOS, like only Blind Abilities can offer.
Also, be sure to check out another iPhone 101 demonstration offered by Jeff Thompson that will save time and frustration when entering text in iOS. His Text Replacement demo, entitled: iPhone 101, Text Replacement, the keyboard shortcut that lets two letters launch a Thousand Words, was released on 1/3/19, …, and can be found here:
iPhone101: Text Replacement – The Keyboard Shortcut That Lets Two Letters Launch a Thousand Words
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