Writing text can take longer than we expect, especially if we are not used to typing or are easily distracted. Using voice-to-text software (dictation) can help produce draft text quickly.
Ready to app-smash?
Set up dictation on your Mac, log into app.grammarly.com and get talking. If you don't have Grammarly yet, go to: grammarly.com/edu/signup and use your WAB mail.
Watch the live feedback develop as you draft.
Voice-to-Text (dictation) might save you time in the reporting process.
To download a copy of the document embedded on the page, look at the bottom-right corner of its box.
On your Mac, go to Settings --> Keyboard*
Let the Fn Fn begin!
To start dictating, put the cursor in a text box on any programme and hit “fn fn”. You need to be in a quiet place with the microphone and speaker on.
*On older Macs, these settings are in System Preferences --> Dictation & Speech
OneDrive Tutorial below. To download a copy in Word or as pdf, look at the little icons bottom-right.