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A brief overview of the speech reconition application in Windows Xp.

A brief overview of the speech reconition application in Windows Xp.

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    • Speech Recognition Induction IV – December 9, 2008
      • Tablet
      • Speech Recognition Engines loaded
      • Microphone (most important)
        • Internal
        • External
        • Noise cancellation
      • Quiet environment
      Speech Recognition Requirements of Speech Recognition
      • Convert speech to text in any Microsoft Office document.
      • Convert text to speech
      • Uses left to your imagination
      • 3 rd party applications available
      Speech Recognition Attributes of Speech Recognition
    • Create Personal Profile
      • Click Start > Settings > , click Control Panel , and then double-click Speech .
      To train the speech recognition engine, follow these steps: Step One
      • Click the Speech Recognition tab, and then click the speech recognition engine that you want to use in the Language box.
      Create Personal Profile To train the speech recognition engine, follow these steps: Step Two
      • Click the profile that you want to use in the Recognition Profile group. Training is specific to an engine and profile so that training one engine or profile set has no effect on any other engine or profile set.
      Create Personal Profile To train the speech recognition engine, follow these steps: Step Three
      • Configure the microphone by following the wizard.
      Create Personal Profile To train the speech recognition engine, follow these steps: Step Four
      • Configure the microphone by following the wizard…
      Create Personal Profile To train the speech recognition engine, follow these steps: Step Five
      • Click Train Profile , and then follow the directions in the Voice Training Wizard. Not all engines support training. If your engine does not, Train Profile is unavailable.
      • NOTE: It is recommended that you spend at least 15 minutes training the computer. The more training you do, the higher your recognition accuracy will be.
      Create Personal Profile To train the speech recognition engine, follow these steps: Step Six
      • Select a passage to train the selected profile
      Create Personal Profile To train the speech recognition engine, follow these steps: Step Seven
      • Open any Microsoft Word document and highlight the desired text and select Speak from Language Bar
      Text to Speech Text to Speech set up
      • How to install and configure speech recognition in Windows XP
      • How To Use Speech Recognition in Windows XP
      • HOW TO: Use Speech Recognition Profiles in Windows XP
      • HOW TO: Use the Language Bar in Windows XP
      • How To Configure and Use Text-to-Speech in Windows XP
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