Voice Recognition, more commands query

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by magpie48, Mar 24, 2008.

  1. magpie48

    magpie48 Guest

    I find the commands available to be limited, given the number of actions
    needed to run the computer and dictate documents. Is there a source of
    additional commands (i.e., a list somewhere) or can one add commands to the
    program in some way? I'm extremely 'low-tech' but hoping to make the program
    useful for me, as I have some difficulty with pain and would like to be able
    to use speech input as much as possible.
     
    magpie48, Mar 24, 2008
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  2. Any task can be run from a file that in turn could be run from a single
    click. It's the essence of using a computer. You might prepare a set of
    commands in a *.bat file, and run that from a shortcut. You will probably
    want to find some local help to show you how some of those thing might be
    done. Once you see how to do it, you will probably be able to do it
    yourself.
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    Mark L. Ferguson, Mar 24, 2008
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  3. magpie48

    magpie48 Guest

    Thanks very much Mark. It all sounds a bit beyond me but I can get someone
    to help me with a *.bat file when they're available to do so. I did hope I
    was just not finding it in the program, LOL; no such luck, I guess.
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    magpie48, Mar 24, 2008
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    andy t Guest

    Hello this is a message Mark L Ferguson.

    Can you help me Mark? I can see that you're an expert on this thread , I
    have a question about the voice recognition in Vista. If you are still
    visiting this thread, can you post a message to say you are, then i will ask
    it when you have posted.

    You would be doing me a great favour as i am disabled and on the whole, i am
    finding the vista speech recognition a great improvement on earlier
    programmes. thank you
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    andyt


     
    andy t, Jul 7, 2008
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