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Vocola provides built-in voice commands for Vocola-related tasks in several categories:

Access User Interface -Control the Vocola user interface.
Open Command Files -Open files containing your commands or sample commands.
Insert Keystrokes -Insert keystrokes in the proper syntax when writing voice commands.
Modify Dictation -Modify a dictated phrase.

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:

  1. Disable them using the options panel.
  2. Open the appropriate command file using the command below.
  3. Save the file to your command folder, or copy commands to your command files.
  4. 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!