The Accept flag (_) causes any character that directly follows it to be accepted as text. If the character is a punctuation mark after which DSR normally inserts an extra space (for example, a period), you can precede it with the Accept flag to cancel the extra space. If you want to insert a flag character into your text, the easiest way is to precede it with the Accept flag. For example, to insert an ampersand (&), which is also the Underline flag, type _&. For underlining purposes, you can use the Accept flag to cause the acceptance of an expandable space (one you produce by pressing the SPACE bar) because DSR normally does not underline spaces between words.
1 – Default
Recognition is turned on.