Can I get a list of the available specialty medical vocabularies in MacSpeech Medical?

Yes.  Specialty medical vocabularies are built for dictating about specific topics. In order to enhance recognition, the software’s options are focused and thus there are fewer words in any of the specialty vocabularies. Here is a list of the Specialty Medical Vocabulary: Gastroenterology General Medical Geriatric Medicine Hand Surgery Hematology Infectious Disease Internal Medicine Medical…

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Can I change the spacing options for before & after words within Dragon NaturallySpeaking v12?

Yes, Dragon NaturallySpeaking V12 (Professional, Medical & Legal editions) will allow you to customize the spacing options. 1. Open Dragon NaturallySpeaking then go to Vocabulary > Open Vocabulary Editor. 2. You will be presented with a Vocabulary Editor window containing all of the words in your vocabulary.  Find the words that you wish to customize,…

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Can a Unix/Linux environment successfully deploy Dragon without the use of Virtual Machines?

We, on the eDist staff, have never seen, nor heard of Linux or Unix support for Dragon from Nuance.  Probably because most Linux distributions are open source and free.  There is probably very little money in this for Nuance.  In doing a little digging I have found some information that might be of help to anyone interested…

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Can Dragon NaturallySpeaking v11.5 be installed on a Non-Persistent Virtual Desktop?

Dragon NaturallySpeaking 11 can be installed on a non-persistent virtual desktop, but unless the installation is made part of the virtual desktop image that loads every time a user logs in, the installation will not remain with the virtual image once the virtual machine is shut down. From my understanding of a non-persistent virtual desktop,…

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