Transcribing Numbers
When you are transcribing , numbers are transcribed as digits instead of words. For streaming transcription, numbers are transcribed as digits. For example, the spoken number "one thousand two hundred forty two" is transcribed as "1242."
Numbers are transcribed according to the following rules:
Rule  Description 

Convert cardinal numbers greater than 10 to numerals 

Convert cardinal numbers followed by "million" or "billion" to numerals followed by a word when "million" or "billion" is not followed by a number. 

Convert ordinal numbers greater than 10 to numbers 

Convert fractions to their numeric format. 

Convert numbers less than 10 to digits if there are more than one in a row. 

Decimals are indicated by "dot" or "point." 

Convert the word "percent" after a number to a percent sign (%). 

Convert the words "dollar," "US dollar," "Australian dollar, "AUD," or "USD" after a number to a dollar sign ($) before the number. 

Convert the words "pounds," or "milligrams" to "lbs" or "mg", 

Convert the words "rupees," "Indian rupees," or "INR" after a number to rupee sign (₹) before the number. 

Convert times to numbers. 

Combine years expressed as two digits into four. Only valid for the 20th, 21st, and 22nd centuries. 

Convert dates to numbers. 

Separate spans of numbers by the word "to." 
