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    I am using "NaturallySpeaking 11" on Win7.
    Although I'm finding it to be quite useful,
    I seem to have a problem with global commands happening during my dictation.
    It is driving me crazy, and I can't find how to turn off this feature
    I'm sure the answer is there somewhere
    but I'm just not finding it.
    Thank you for any help

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    Hi there. I presume you mean "Dragon Dictate 11"? I find that if you pause, even slightly, before using any term that COULD be interpreted as a global command, the command is executed. I had to adjust my dictation to flow smoothly in order to avoid this. But I agree, I can't find any means of turning off the Global Command function.
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