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Hello, this is Gary from MacMost.com.
Today we're taking a look at how to use voice dictation in macOS Catalina. MacMost is brought to you thanks to a great group of 500+ supporters. Go to macMost.com/patreon to read more about it, join us and get exclusive content.
So there are two ways to dictate text with your voice on your Mac. The first way is to go to System Preferences and then go to Keyboard and under Dictation you can turn Dictation on turn Here, as you can see here, you get Siri-like functionality. So you are talking text that is sent to an Apple server over the Internet and then returned as text.
This is useful for dictating very small pieces of text, such as a text message or a quickone reply to an email message. It's very simple and there aren't a lot of commands. If you want to take dictation more seriously you have to go under Accessibility and then scroll down to Voice Control, this is where you can turn on Voice Control, which is the same feature that lets you control menu items and click buttons and do all sorts of things, but it also includes improved dictation functions.
Before macOS Catalina, this was called Enhanced Dictation. Now it's part of the voice control under accessibility that will listen to you right away. So you can see that I clicked Sleep here.
This little control shows you your microphone, and you can drag it around anywhere on the screen out of the way. You have a sleep and wakeup button here so you can turn it off easily. If it shows wakeup, it means it is not currently listening.
Clicking on it will bring up Sleep and you can put it back to sleep. You can also say these commands. I can say Wakeup all by myself, not in a sentence like that, and it should wake up.
Then say go to sleep and it will go back to sleep. Let's try it out. Wake up.
Go To Sleep the command above the little box here. This should work almost anywhere you type text on your Mac. So in the Mail app, in messages, in a form on a website, TextEdit and of course in Pages.
So let's try it out. I wake up the voice control and then I say a text and let it type for me. The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog's time.
So you can see that he did a really good job here, which I said. I said the word period at the end of the sentence and it realized it was a punctuation mark. Now it won't always work that well.
So it will be important to learn all of the different commands for editing your text. Let's start by moving the cursor. It is important to move the cursor.
You don't want to have to use the mouse or arrow keys to do this. You want to be able to speak commands and move around the text using the Move command. Now I can move the cursor up and down and left and right.
Move left, move left, move right. Move down, move up. So I can only have one line here, when I said move down, it went to the end of that line.
The same thing would happen if I hit the down arrow on my keyboard now. If I had multiple lines of text it would just move up and down like those arrow keys. Now you can also go forwards or backwards followed by a number followed by a unit such as characters, words, sentences, lines or paragraphs.You can say, move, move before and after, and speak a sentence and the cursor should jump to the appropriate place.
Move in front of the brown fox. Move after the lazy dog. Now you can also move to the beginning or the end and then say the current word, sentence, whatever.
So let's try. Go to the beginning of the word. Go to the beginning of the sentence.
Next, you want to learn how to select text. If you have just spoken something, you could say select that and it will select what you just said. So like the last sentence or Sentence you've spoken, so it's easy to make quick corrections to what you just typed.
But you can also choose things by saying the sentence. Pick a quick brown fox. Now you can also choose Select Previous or Say Next, Word, Phrases, Lines, etc.
Next word select the next 3 words, select the previous 2 words, now you have many options to correct things if they go wrong. For example, you can just use the Replace command; replace brown with green; you can also use the Paste command; paste just before green. You can also use After instead of Before.
There is one phrase you should learn that, in most cases, makes it really easy to correct things. That is, you just pronounce the words Correct That. This either takes the last word you said or whatever is selected and gives you some variation so you can correct something if it went wrong.
By facing his fears he was very brave. Correct You can also use Undo to undo what you typed. So if it was completely wrong just use Undo and start over.
This is a sentence I don't want to keep . Undo that. You can also use cut, copy and paste, just like with the menus or keyboard shortcuts.
You just have to speak these terms. So let's try it out. Pick quick brown fox.
Copy that. Go to the end of the sentence. Paste that.
So you can see here that the key was the word that.Copy that.Cut that.Paste that.
What if you need to type a word that is not in the dictionary? like the name of a person or a place or a technical term. Well, you can use the word type and then spell it out with letters. It won't be perfect, but then you can use other commands to fix it.
Enter ABCDEF.Move. go back 5 characters.
delete previous character. select this word. lower case.
upper case. so note that I was able to use lower case and upper case and you can use upper case and upper case to keep the selection and change the case of the Change letters so I could just get what I wanted with the commands. I also had to go back there and delete an extra space.
Now let's say I want to use this word all the time. I want to add it to the dictionary. You may have noticed that there is an 'Add Vocabulary' button in System Preferences.
But you don't have to go all the way to do it. You can select that word and say Add to Vocabulary. Select previous word.
Add to vocabulary. So you can see if I go into system preferences and then accessibility and then voice control, vocabulary is there now. I can go in here and edit this list and add it manually if I wanted to too.
Now there are tons of other commands just for entering special characters. For example, if I wanted to go to the next line I could say New Line or hit Enter. New Line.
I could also do some things like say special symbols. For example quote or apostrophe, plus sign, minus sign. All kinds of special characters, When you want to type an emoji, it is helpful to know the name of the emoji and say it, followed by the word emoji.
Smile emoji. For most punctuation marks, all you need to do is say the punctuation marks. Such as period, comma, hyphen, semicolon, colon, exclamation mark, question mark.
Such things. Also, notice that if you say a number between zero and nine it will be spelled out. But you can say numeral and then use that to get the actual number.
Seven. Number 7. You could even say a roman number and get typed a roman number.
Roman number 2020, MMXX. However, there is a bit of trouble in paradise when you want to spell something that also has a punctuation mark. For example, you might want to use the word period.
Generally, it tries to guess the context and spell the word period instead of using a punctuation mark. But it doesn't always work. Leave Give us a try, it happened during the Jurassic Period.
This is a very short time. The pendulum is. It slowed down.
So you can see that it was done wrong. When it goes wrong it is really hard to correct. You can spell the word, of course, but it gets pretty frustrating.
Which brings me to my last tip, if you can type, it works great when you combine typing with speaking. So you can speak most of what you want to say, but keep your hands near the keyboard. If there is anything you need to type in, you can do it very easily to make a correction.
I know it can be difficult to remember all of the different dictation commands, so I created this little cheat sheet that you can download as a PDF and then print it out and keep it close by on how to use the dictation in macOS Catalina .