Voice dictation

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Jason Roberts

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If you have Microsoft Office XP, it has one built in. For Word, just make sure the language bar is visible (for Windows XP), and then select the text you want the computer to say, then click speak and the computer will read it to you.
 
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roban

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Office XP's program is just about the best as far as recognition and errors go. I was surprised but now I am a believer.
 

coathanger007

Tomorrow Tweaking Today
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Originally posted by Jason Roberts
If you have Microsoft Office XP, it has one built in. For Word, just make sure the language bar is visible (for Windows XP), and then select the text you want the computer to say, then click speak and the computer will read it to you.
I'm talking about dictation which works the other way - you talk and computer writes. Tried Office XP already (it's not freeware for starters) and found it highly inaccurate.
 

SPeedY_B

I may actually be insane.
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Did you spend time training Office to your voice. After about 30 minutes training I found it to be highly accurate, I would imagine with more training it could be even more efficient.
 

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