Telling the cell pointer "where to go"
You can use Speech Recognition's Voice Command mode to move the cell pointer to new cells in the worksheet. Here's a list of the words you can say to move the cell pointer in the worksheet:
- "Right" or "right arrow" to move the cell pointer one column to the right
- "Left" or "left arrow" to move the cell pointer one column to the left
- "Up" or "up arrow" to move the cell pointer one row up
- "Down" or "down arrow" to move the cell pointer one row down
- "Home" to move the cell pointer to the beginning of the line
- "End" and then pause and say the name of an arrow key ("up," "down," "left," or "right") to move the cell pointer to the edge of the next data region or worksheet boundary in that direction
You have a much better chance of having the Speech Recognition feature understand your meaning if you say a phrase such as "left arrow" and "up arrow" instead of just saying solitary words such as "left" and "up."