Talk to Windows provides easy-to-use video
training on how to make Speech Recognition work best. We offer seven
video lessons to help you get up and running with Speech Recognition in
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Table of Contents
|1. Setup and Training (4 min)
||FREE sample lesson: How to set up Windows Speech Recognition and train it to recognize your speech.
|2. Starting to Dictate (3 min)
||The basics of position the microphone, turning the microphone on, and dictating.
|3. Quick Tour (6 min)
||Turning the microphone
on and off by voice and keyboard; moving and hiding the speech
recognition window, overview of menu items.
|4. Moving (6 min)
||Moving around your document by voice.
|5. Selecting (4 min)
||Selecting text by voice.
|6. Speaking (3 min)
||How to speak to the computer so that it recognizes your voice most accurately.
|7. Writing Out Loud (2 min)
||How to write by voice, if you're used to typing.
|Total: 28 minutes
About the Author
Dan Newman, author of the Talk to Windows video lessons,
is the author of six books and video training
courses about speech recognition, including Talk to Your Computer and the Dragon
NaturallySpeaking 9 Video Guide.
Dan, president and founder of Say I Can
Speech Recognition, has written for
publications including PC Magazine and
Speech Technology and has appeared on the
national PBS television series Computer
Chronicles. He has helped thousands of
people use speech recognition successfully.
You may also be interested in the Windows Speech Recognition toolkit.
© 2007-2009 Dan Newman - Contact: newman (at) sayican (dot) com
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