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Record An Instruction; Record A Spoken Instruction - Philips SpeechExec Pro Dictate 10 User Manual

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Record an instruction

Instructions are recorded comments by
the author that are directed to the person
transcribing the dictation. SpeechExec
supports two types of instructions:
Spoken instructions
the dictation sound file at the position
where the instruction was actually
recorded.
Examples: the correct spelling of a
name or technical term, or instructions
to insert a new paragraph
Special instructions
recorded at the start of a dictation
with special information relating to the
dictation. Special instructions are stored
in a separate sound file.
Examples: document formatting
instructions, names of individuals to
receive copies, or delivery instructions

Record a spoken instruction

1
Make sure you are in the recording
mode.
2
In SpeechExec, click the
the SpeechExec recorder window.
On the SpeechMike with slide switch
operation, press and hold the g
button.
On the SpeechMike with push button
operation, press and hold the
button.
On the Pocket Memo, press and hold
the right function button below the
screen.
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are stored within
are usually
button in
INS/OVR
3
Dictate the instruction.
X The instruction will be recorded
into the dictation file without
overwriting your dictation.
4
When the spoken instruction is
complete, click the
release the button on the SpeechMike
or the Pocket Memo.
X The spoken instruction is displayed
as a white bar in the position slider.
5
Continue or stop recording.
Note
• A spoken instruction can be deleted
just like any other part of a dictation
file: Delete the section of the recording
that includes one or more spoken
instructions (see
dictation
file). Alternatively, record
over the spoken instruction (see
Edit a previously recorded
button again or
Delete part of a
file).
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