Voice Editing

Written by Michael O'Brien
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Voice editing is a god-send for people who suffer from repetitive stress injuries. Carpal tunnel syndrome is a serious condition common in people who perform such repetitive motions of the hand and wrist, like typing. Pressure on the median nerve as it passes through the wrist is the culprit. Such a condition can be corrected by simply changing work habits, or may require surgery. Luckily, today there is a solution to this problem.

Voice Editing For an Easier Work Life

Voice editing and voice recognition software is the answer to carpal tunnel syndrome. Essentially, this technology allows for all of the efficient computer work, without any of the typing or trauma associated with it. Just about every function of a computer can be controlled with the right voice recognition technology.

Back to the Future

Voice editing programs allow the user to dictate and edit documents with the sound of his or her voice. This is a truly futuristic advancement. It's as if from a scene in Star Trek. Captain Kirk merely had to verbally request information and updates from the computer. It's the same idea, only we don't have to live on the Enterprise to use it.

With voice edit programs, the user no longer has to worry about spelling deficiencies. The computer hears and spells correctly. Dictation is as easy as if a receptionist were taking shorthand. Documents are created as quickly and easily as you speak. Programs even allow the user to change formatting, font and text size.


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