Google Docs now lets you edit and format text using your voice
Google introduced Voice typing in Google Docs a few months ago.
Now, you can also edit and format your documents with your voice.
For example, you can say things like, “select all,” “select line,” “bold,” “make bigger,” “increase indent,” “copy,” “paste,” “go to next page,” and “insert page break.” There are a bunch of commands for tables inserted into documents, too. (The full list of commands is here
Source: Google blog post and +VentureBeat  
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