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oa De Rebus - Ears so good you won't believe your eyes

Volume 1997, Issue 357
  • ISSN : 0250-0329

 

Abstract

Historically, the process of generating a typed document has been laborious. First, you dictated a document into a dictation unit. The document was then transcribed by a typist and sent back to you for correction and final approval. This was a long-winded process requiring perhaps two or three drafts before a finished document was produced. Now, if you produce it yourself by talking to your computer, the document can be produced in final form, almost instantly.

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2017-03-24

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