Enable and disable standard commands for Voice Control on Mac
When you use Voice Control on your Mac, you can enable or disable commands in the standard set of commands: Basic Navigation, Overlays & Mouse, Dictation, Text Selection, Text Navigation, Text Editing, Text Deletion, and Accessibility (to use when the built-in screen reader VoiceOver is on). You can also see examples of how to speak.
To create custom commands, see Create, import, and export custom commands.
On your Mac, choose Apple menu > System Settings, click Accessibility in the sidebar, then click Voice Control on the right. (You may need to scroll down.)
Click Commands, then do any of the following.
Show commands for a language: If you added languages to use with Voice Control, click the “Show commands for” pop-up menu to choose the language whose commands you want to see.
Search for a command: Enter a word or phrase in the search field.
See more information about a command: Select the command in the list to show how to say it, a description, or an example on the right.
Enable a command: Select its checkbox. Voice Control listens only for selected commands.
Disable a command: Deselect its checkbox.