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Speech Recognition: Text Replacement Commands
Speech Recognition: Text Replacement Commands

Author => This article gives an overview of text replacement commands (voice commands / auto text) to insert specific text into a document.

Updated over a week ago

Why should you use Text Replacement commands?

Text Replacement commands are used for content you frequently work with in your documents. They help to save time and effort, and they reduce errors.

Create new text replacement commands

  1. Create a new task or open an existing task.
    => You are in the TEXT EDITOR.

  2. Click on the three dots to the right to open the options menu.


=> Edit text replacements window opens. It consists of 2 sections Replace and with:

4. Click ADD NEW and you will see a new blank entry created.

5. In the text box under Replace, enter the word you wish to type.
For example: "normalexam".

NOTE: You cannot use spaces; so you can use: " Normal-Exam", "NormalExam", " Normal_Exam".

6. In the text box under with enter the replacement text, e.g.:

  • On examination, the patient appeared in good health and spirits. Vital signs as documented. Skin warm and dry and without overt rashes. Lungs clear. Heart exam notable for regular rhythm, normal sounds and absence of murmurs, rubs or gallops.

=> Within the T-Pro editor you can now activate your microphone and say 'Insert Normal Exam' and you will see the above text populate into the editor.

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