Live-Voice Commands & Editing



Voice commands for common punctuation and formatting:

  • Full stop
  • Comma
  • New line
  • New paragraph
  • ‘Colon’ must be dictated as “double-point” as ‘colon’ is a medical term
  • Question mark
  • Exclamation mark
  • Open bracket, close bracket
  • Open quote, close quote
  • Hyphen
  • Dot dot dot
  • Over = /


Numbered Lists


To dictate numbered lists, use the command ‘number one’ then ‘number two’ etc. for subsequent items.


For example, saying:


“Diagnoses number one hypertension number two glaucoma number three diabetes new paragraph thank you for referring this 47 year old gentleman”


Will be displayed as:



  1. Hypertension
  2. Glaucoma
  3. Diabetes


Thank you for referring this 47-year-old gentleman


You can also instead dictate subsequent items using the command ‘next number’ e.g. “diagnoses number one hypertension next number glaucoma next number diabetes“




  • “Next field”: performs same action as a ‘tab’ keypress, for example moving between fields on a form
  • “Go to end of paragraph”: places cursor to end of paragraph






To delete the last recognised word say “delete that” or “scratch that”.


Select & replace

To select a word and replace it with another word

  1. Say “select text”
  2. Say the text you want to select e.g. “gentleman”
  3. (If multiple matches are found say which one you want e.g. “number two”)
  4. Say the word you want to replace it with e.g. “lady”


E.g. “select text gentleman lady”


Screenshots demonstrating how select and replace works






You can force words to ALL CAPS using the “in capital” or “capital” voice command.


For example, “Thank you for referring this in capital gentleman today”


Will be returned as: Thank you for referring this GENTLEMAN today


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