The holidays are over, and everyone is back to the grind. It's time to start diagnosing casework and you issue your first command to begin dictating a new accession number. You say, "Surgical, one zero,"and accession number S-16-00010 opens up and it's business as usual. But wait, you think. How did VoiceOver know to open up a case from this year without specifying the year in the command nomenclature, and what do I say if I want to dictate a case from 2015?
This brief blog explains how these commands work and what you need to say in order to open up the correct accession number for the correct year.
- Example 1 : S-15-1248, you would have to say "Surgical, dash, one five, dash, one two four eight"
- Example 2 : S15-1248, you would have to say "Surgical one five, dash, one two four eight"
- Example 1 : S-16-00010, you would say "Surgical, one zero" instead of "Surgical ten"
- Example 2 : S-16-00024, you would say "Surgical, two four" instead of "Surgical twenty four"