Google Docs added voice typing last year, but now you can also edit and format docs without your keyboard. As the video above shows, all you have to do is speak and your words will appear on the page. Format the document with commands like "apply heading one" and "insert bullet list" or use commands like "copy" and "insert table" to further manipulate your doc. Previously, you had to use your cursor to correct mistakes while voice typing, but now you can tell Google Docs to jump to and select specific text and then replace it with your other words.
Google Docs Now Lets You Edit And Format Text With Your Voice
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