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Will not work on Microsoft exile!

I have a new computer with Vista, my dragon works wonderful everywhere except on Microsoft Excel? I make sure that cell has curser in it before I start to dictate. I am handicapped and use Dragon for all my dictation I also use it to move my mouse. Can you help?

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Try reinstalling Microsoft Excel, If it still doesn't work it is probably not complyable with Dragon.

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