I speculate that I can improve my productivity by 45% if I could just ignore capitalization rules. Usually Microsoft Office applications will capitalize the first word in a sentence (which is tremendously helpful) , but there are many situations where it does not work. Also some words will be capitalized when they shouldn't be, I suspect DNS is responsible for this problem - the vocabulary uses the capitalized version of the word even though I intended to use the other. I spend so much time correcting capitalization errors. I'm sure I miss up to 10% of the errors in my documents. My life would be so much easier if I could just set the computer to all lowercase and get away with it!
I think part of the problem is the word "cap". I wish I could replace this or with another word that is more recognizable and easier to say.
I also get very confused when I train words. Sometimes the word appears capitalized in the training dialog box, and other times the spoken version appears, "Cap+word". I don't say "cap" when I see a capitalized word in the training dialog box, but I say the word "cap” + word when the spoken form is in the training dialog box. I wonder if there are best practices to improve the situation.