Setting Up Windows Speech Recognition

Just as the keyboard allows one to enter commands into the computer, and the mouse to deliberately change location where you want to type or to launch a file, speech is a new dimension of interface control that focuses on commands, not location.

If you are regularly creating lots of new content for your website, you should explore Windows Speech Recognition. You can use this program and then simply copy any word content into the 'Content Manager' window of your website. Always first copy any content into the 'Text Cleanser' box at the bottom of the Content Manager page to remove any code that may be embedded in the text.

This video takes you through a Windows tutorial on speech regognition.
The screenshots under the video also clearly explain how to access Windows Speech Recognition.

Setting Up Windows Speech Recognition

To access Windows Speech Recognition, follow these steps:
 
1. Click the Start button.

2. Click on 'Control Panel'.


Setting Up Windows Speech Recognition

1. Type 'Speech Recognition' in the search box in the top right.
2. Click on 'Speech Recognition' when it comes up.


Setting Up Windows Speech Recognition

1. When this window pops up, click 'Next'.

Follow the Microsoft tutorial to set up your Windows Speech Recognition, it will guide you through all of the steps.

          

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