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Microsoft’s Dictate app puts dictation directly inside Office

Microsofts Dictate app puts dictation directly inside Office

Anyone with an interview to transcribe, a long essay to write, a speech to caption, or other typing need has likely wished at some point they could turn their words, or someone else’s, into text in an instant.

Voice recognition software like Nuance’s Dragon programs do have the power to weave speech into text, albeit often for a steep price, but now Microsoft is bringing its own app to the table, and it’s called Dictate.

More an add-on than a standalone application, Dictate allows users to add text to Word, PowerPoint, and even Outlook just by speaking into a microphone — ditching the need for any third-party software.

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