Speech - how can I move windows using the Speech Recognition in Vista?

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    Noobie Guest

    Speech - how can I move windows using the Speech Recognition in Vista?

    I have tried using Mouse Grid command, then seleting the grid for the
    window, saying Press Click. But it won't hold click button down, just
    presses it once.

    Is Speech Recognition capable of moving windows?

    Thanks.
     
    Noobie, Nov 16, 2008
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  2. You have simply put yourself in the wrong mindset on how to do it. You don't
    want the mouse to do it, you want the arrow keys. As an example, consider
    this.
    Open notepad, alt-tab to another window, Alt-tab back to notepad, press
    alt-space (opens the 'system' menu), hit the M key (for 'move'), press the
    'UP' arrow several times, hit 'ENTER' (now hit a key to type into notepad.)

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    Mark L. Ferguson, Nov 16, 2008
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  3. This can be accomplished using a simple macro. The macro can be created
    using the Command Macros function in the WSRToolkit found at:
    http://www.MyMSSpeech.com/microphones/prod_details.asp?prodID=228
    This $15.99 program adds 7 of the functions necessary to simplify speech
    recognition in WSR.

    You could also create a simple scripting macro to accomplish the same thing.
    See:
    "WSRMacros: The User’s Guide" at:
    http://www.MyMSSpeech.com/microphones/prod_details.asp?prodID=231

    You could also post the question at:
    http://www.msspeech-forum.com
    where several WSR macro programmers would love the challenge of creating the
    macro for you.

    Marty Markoe, eMicrophones, Inc.
    See us at: http://www.mymmsspeech.com
    New to Windowsâ„¢ Speech Recognition?
    See, Getting Started with Windows® Speech Recognition at:
    http://www.mymsspeech.com/download/WSRGetStarted.pdf
     
    Marty Markoe - eMicrophones, Inc., Nov 29, 2008
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    B. Smith Guest

    "Marty Markoe - eMicrophones, Inc."

    SPAM
     
    B. Smith, Nov 29, 2008
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  5. Hmmm???? Considering the WSRToolkit was designed with suggestions and help
    from people in the Microsoft Speech work group I would think this is good
    information.

    Prior to the release of Vista and WSR, I was invited with a select group of
    other speech recognition professionals to Redmond. We previewed WSR and mad
    suggestions. I was also asked to develop products to support WSR.

    If this be SPAM to you, please feel free to ignore it. If you look at the
    products you may actually see their value (at $15.99 or less). Also, we make
    the WSRToolkit FREE to people with disabilities.

    Kindly rethink your initial reaction to our postings.

    Sincerely,
    Martin Markoe, eMicrophones, Inc.
     
    Marty Markoe - eMicrophones, Inc., Nov 29, 2008
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    John Doe Guest

    eMicrophones Inc stalks, slanders, threatens others, and violates
    the privacy of innocent people who have nothing to do with
    eMicrophones MyMSSpeech spam or its malicious practices.

    Following are a few examples that illustrate the annoyance and
    frustration eMicrophones MyMSSpeech spam from Martin Markoe causes
    users seeking help in speech recognition groups and why advertising
    is prohibited on the unmoderated USENET except in specifically
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    http://groups.google.com/group/comp.speech.users/msg/3becc9fa6c340ffc?
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    See also:
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    M.M. <twatface41 yahoo.com>
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    mmarkoe gmail.com
    mmarkoe yahoo.com
    Martin Markoe <martin emicrophones.com>
    Martin Markoe <martin speechcontrol.com>
    Martin Markoe <mmarkoe optonline.net>
    Michael Mendick <michael emicrophones.com>
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    Hmmm???? Considering the WSRToolkit was designed with suggestions and help
    from people in the Microsoft Speech work group I would think this is good
    information.

    Prior to the release of Vista and WSR, I was invited with a select group of
    other speech recognition professionals to Redmond. We previewed WSR and mad
    suggestions. I was also asked to develop products to support WSR.

    If this be SPAM to you, please feel free to ignore it. If you look at the
    products you may actually see their value (at $15.99 or less). Also, we make
    the WSRToolkit FREE to people with disabilities.

    Kindly rethink your initial reaction to our postings.

    Sincerely,
    Martin Markoe, eMicrophones, Inc.
     
    John Doe, Feb 14, 2009
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