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Posted February 15, 2019 by

How To Get Object Dependencies In SQL Server

How To Get Object Dependencies In SQL Server

Programming languages have objects that rely on another object. A rather similar principle applies to a database. Multiple types of object dependencies exist in a database including relationships between tables, primary-foreign keys, constraints and schema bindings. Therefore Object dependencies become critical in a growing database and have to be handled with caution. Continue Reading

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Posted February 12, 2019 by

How To Get The Best Hosting Prices In 2019

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When you’re setting up your website, the best web hosting is not necessarily the cheapest. You should never settle for second best, considering how important reliable hosting is. Choose the right hosting option for you, and pay whatever it takes. Continue Reading

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Posted February 9, 2019 by

How To Get Gmail Add-Ons

How To Get Gmail Add-Ons

Google has done it again. Just when you thought it couldn’t get any smarter, it did so by integrating some of your favorite tools right into its Gmail platform, for a seamless way to operate and do business. Continue Reading

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Posted February 9, 2019 by

How To Use TRANSLATE Function In SQL Server

How To Use TRANSLATE Function In SQL Server

TRANSLATE, a string manipulation function, to substitute set of characters in a string with another set of characters. In the background, it works on a SINGLE CHARACTER substitution approach. Taking a single character specified in a string and replacing it with another set of character. Furthermore, advancing to the next character and so forth. Continue Reading

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Posted February 7, 2019 by

How To Use Voice Typing On Google Docs

How To Use Voice Typing On Google Docs

Google announced it has added free speech-to-text capabilities to Google Docs (Google calls it Voice Typing). This would have been huge news 20 years ago, yet when Google unveiled it, it was only described in a single paragraph in the middle of a larger blog entry. In a world with Apple’s Siri, Microsoft’s Cortana, and Google Now, a free speech-to-text service that works on multiple computing platforms may not seem like big news anymore.

Voice Typing is different, though; it’s kind of a built-in version of Dragon NaturallySpeaking (for those of you who remember or still use that program).

Voice Typing works in Chrome on the desktop, as well as the Docs apps for Apple iOS (iPhone and iPad) and Android.

I was never a big fan of voice dictation. Having been born with keyboard and mouse in hand, I’ve always felt more comfortable that way, and my verbal WPM can’t compare to my typing speed.

But I use Google Docs every single day, so when I learned that it has a Voice Typing feature, I figured I may as well try it out.

It turns out, Voice Typing is awesome! In this article, you’ll learn everything you need to know about voice dictation and voice control in Google Docs, including how to get started and a few essential tips for productivity.

 

Adding Punctuation

Voice typing even understands when you want to add punctuation to your document if you use these phrases:

  • Period
  • Comma
  • Exclamation mark
  • Question mark
  • New line
  • New Paragraph

Note: Punctuation only works in German, English, Spanish, French, Italian, and Russian.

 

Using Voice Commands

Using voice typing doesn’t end with the ability to type words and add punctuation. You can use it to edit and format text and paragraphs inside your document without having to click anything in the toolbar.

Note: Voice commands are only available in English for Google Docs; they are not available in Slides speaker notes. Both the account and document language must be English.

If you mess up and accidentally say something you want to be deleted, you can say “Delete” or “backspace” to remove the word before the cursor.

Below are the steps for using voice typing in Google Docs:

 

How To Use Voice Typing On Google Docs

 

1. Login to www.docs.google.com.

 

2. Fill in your Google login details.

3. Start a new document.

 

 

 

4. Click on tools.

Check Word Count On Google Docs

 

5. Click on voice typing.

How To Use Voice Typing On Google Docs

 

 

 

6. Click on speak.

 

 

How To Use Voice Typing On Google Docs

 

7. Click on allow.

 

How To Use Voice Typing On Google Docs

 

Conclusion

Voice Typing and speech-to-text have come a long way in recent years and with the number of features, commands, and greater accuracy, you could use it to type all your notes or even a whole document.

Voice Typing also helps people who suffer from carpal tunnel syndrome or otherwise experience pain when typing. Once you have mastered all the commands, you may never have to use a keyboard or mouse when typing up a document again!

Amazing right? Check out this Google feature and let me know what you think.

 

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Posted February 6, 2019 by

How To Unsend Messages On Facebook Messenger

Facebook Messenger now allows you to unsend messages. Facebook has followed through on providing users with an option of unsending messages after it was revealed that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg had access to the explicit option last year. Here is how this new Facebook option with a limited time works: Continue Reading

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Posted February 5, 2019 by

How To Check Word Count On Google Docs

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Google Docs is a word processor included as part of a free, web-based software office suite offered by Google within its Google Drive service. This service also includes Google Sheets and Google Slides, a spreadsheet and presentation program respectively. Continue Reading

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Posted February 3, 2019 by

How To Get Add-ons On Google Docs

A word processor requires very little a blank page, typography tools, and a way to save, print, or share your finished documents. The earliest word processors like Word for DOS and WordPerfect offered little more than that. An update here, a new version there, and 30+ years later, word processors offer an embarrassment of riches with more tools that can fit in Word’s tabbed toolbars. Continue Reading

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Posted February 1, 2019 by

How To Use Dictionary On Google Docs

Some students use assistive technology software as an accommodation to help them to write. For example, Talking Word Processor is nice because it predicts words as you type, and also if you double-click a word, it will give you the definition to help avoid homonym errors. But, not everyone needs assistive technology. Sometimes it can be handy to have a dictionary around when you are writing an essay or another school assignment. Continue Reading

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Posted January 31, 2019 by

How To Use LEAD and LAG Function In SQL Server

How To Get Object Dependencies In SQL Server

SQL Server supports numerous helpful analytical functions to perform statistical and computational operations. Analytical functions are straightforward to use and replace complex code, nested queries and self joins which are tough to scale and optimize for best performance. Moreover, in this tech-recipe post, we will learn more on LEAD and LAG analytic functions.

LEAD and LAG, Analytic functions added since SQL Server 2012 edition. The LEAD function allows us to access subsequent rows from the current row. Likewise, the LAG function allows accessing previous rows from the current row. Continue Reading

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Posted January 30, 2019 by

How to Start Playing Games Online

Technology has been slowly revolutionizing the way we go about our daily lives. Among the many advancements that we have seen over the last decade, there has been a significant change in the gaming and gambling industry. We are going to show you how to Start Playing Games Online. Continue Reading

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