Google Docs users on the web can now do a little more without touching a keyboard thanks to the addition of voice editing and formatting. Voice typing was added to Google Docs on the web in late 2015, but the latest improvements mean that users can now dictate edits and formatting changes with specific commands as well.
After enabling voice typing in the tools menu, you can say commands like "copy" or "insert table" to do those things without touching your keyboard. The full list of commands is pretty comprehensive, covering nearly anything you could think of. Thankfully, Google has provided the entire list of commands on the Google Docs support site, so finding the right command for any situation should be easy.
If you're interested in checking out the feature, it's now available in Google Docs on the web for Chrome users to try.
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