How To Edit and Format a Google Doc with Voice Commands

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Google Docs has just added a new tool for editing and formatting documents with voice commands. It’s long had the feature to dictate text which made it easier to type but the update now lets you edit your document. There is an entire list of commands that you can use to format and navigate inside a document. You can jump to a new paragraph, apply text styles (bold, italics, etc), edit tables, and more. The commands are simple to execute and you will not need to switch to the keyboard to activate the feature if you’re already using voice to text to write the document. Here’s how to execute a voice command in Google Docs. For now, this only works in Chrome for the desktop.

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