Section 4: Distributing and Encrypting Dragon Macros

In this section you will find out everything you need to know about importing, exporting and encrypting Dragon commands. The chapters discuss the way Dragon commands can be exported, the pros and cons involved and how one should bear in mind the end user. When it comes to encrypting your Dragon commands, detailed examples show how you can use the Dragon “MyCommands Protection Utility” to stamp your own brand and details into the created encrypted commands.


  • Chapter 6: Importing, Exporting and Distributing Dragon Commands
    • Exporting your Dragon Commands
    • Criteria for Exporting your Dragon Macros
    • Exporting a Macro as an XML file
    • Exporting a Macro as a DAT file
    • Exporting several Macros at once
    • The difference between Overwriting and Merging when exporting your Macros
    • Importing Macros
    • Updating Application-specific Macros
  • Chapter 7: Locking, Protecting, Encrypting your created Dragon Commands
    • How to create an Encrypted Macro
    • Encrypting a bunch of Commands
    • MyCommands Protection Utility Command Line examples