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How to use voice transcription in Windows10

In my most recent post I discussed how Google Docs is a free word processor that can be used to perform speech to text dictation. This is a great application that can be accessed freely as long as the voice recognition software is turned on.

The link to my previous blog post using voice typing on Google docs, which is free, can be found here:- How I went from handwriting my work to

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I have close to five decades experience in the world of work, being in fast food, the military, business, non-profits, and the healthcare sector.

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