Importing Dragon Commands
In this guide, we’re going to show you how to import commands into a particular Dragon profile, which is useful if you are moving commands between profiles or have Dragon installed on multiple computers.
Here’s what you need to know:
- These instructions are for Windows editions of Dragon only. If you have Dragon for Mac, click here.
- If you have multiple profiles on the same computer, you’ll need to do this for each one of them.
- You need a .dat file that contains exported Dragon commands from another profile.
- The .dat file must be moved to the computer where you want to import the commands.
The file you are looking for is probably called “MyCmds.dat,” though it’s possible to rename it during the export process. For instance, “Dragon.dat” would be fine as well, so long as it has the .dat extension.
2. Once the Command Browser opens, look to the left side of the window. Find and expand the Task Pane, and then select Manage.
3. Within the Manage menu, select Import.
4. A new File Explorer window will appear. Navigate to the .dat file on your computer and click the [Open] button.
5. You will then be presented with an Import Commands window. Select the commands you want and click Import.
6. You should receive a confirmation dialog box, indicating that your commands have been successfully imported.
You’re ready to use any commands you just imported.