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    Quick Dragon question

    Can anyone please tell me, how to have the new version of Dragon use the old (no space) command. In other words, to eliminate a space between words.

    Thank you!

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    I am using DNS pro 11 and don't seem to have a problem.

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    I am using version 11 premium, and it doesn't seem to work. Can't understand why, but thanks anyway.

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    I very much doubt that the "no space" command is specific to DNS pro even though it is working with my installation and not your premium installation. If you create a new profile does the command work then?
    Just a guess that there may be something wrong with your user profile. Are you using a user profile that you upgraded from a previous version as apparently this can cause problems?

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    Checkout the knowbrainer website. There's lots of useful information about Dragon there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rybread View Post
    Checkout the knowbrainer website. There's lots of useful information about Dragon there.
    I agree, good advice. I have done a brief search on the KnowBrainer history and was unable to find a solution for you, I encourage you to become a member and post your question in their forum.

    If you haven't already found a solution for your problem with the following may help here.
    Last edited by takenaback; 12-21-2010 at 02:31 AM.

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