Vocola provides built-in voice commands for Vocola-related tasks in several categories:
Or see the Cheat Sheet for a summary.
Also, many useful commands are not built-in but are available as Sample Commands.
In the command tables, words in square brackets are optional. For example, "Open Global [Commands]" means
you can say either "Open Global Commands" or "Open Global".
All built-in commands are enabled by default. See below if you need to disable or
modify them, or view their definitions.
How to disable or modify built-in commands
You can disable a particular category of built-in commands using the Options Panel.
If you want to modify a particular category of built-in commands:
- Disable them using the options panel.
- Open the appropriate command file using the command below.
- Save the file to your command folder, or copy commands to your command files.
- Modify your copy of the commands.
All built-in commands are written in Vocola and stored in the Commands\Builtins
installation folder. You can view their Vocola statements using these commands:
|When you say
||Vocola will open the file containing
|"Open User Interface Commands"
||Built-in commands for controlling the Vocola user interface.
|"Open Command File Commands"
||Built-in commands for opening command files. :-)
|"Open Dictation Commands"
||Built-in commands for modifying the just-dictated phrase.
|"Open Correction Commands"
||Built-in commands for the Vocola correction panel.
|"Open Keystroke Commands"
||Built-in commands for inserting keystrokes with Vocola syntax.
|"Open Keys Header"
||Definitions of keystroke variables.
Don't edit these files directly!