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Windows Speech Recognition Macros

Windows Speech Recognition Macros – or WSR Macros for short – extends the usefulness of the speech recognition capabilities in Windows Vista. Users can create powerful macros that are triggered by spoken commands which can perform a series of tasks from as simple as inserting your mailing address to as complex as providing a completely different speech interaction with applications.

This code gallery contains useful Speech Macros written by Microsoft employees that not only demonstrate the power of WSR Macros, but also provide very useful utility functions all by themselves.


Prerequisites
In order to use the sample Speech Macros contained in this code gallery, you must download, install, and run Windows Speech Recognition Macros here.

Resources

Additional info
Most of these samples have been discussed on Rob's Rhapsody.

Feel free to ask questions about and/or discuss these macros on the discussions tab, or send email to listen@microsoft.com.

For even more macros, as created by the community please check out the Files section of the ms-speech Yahoo! group here.
Last edited Jan 30 2009 at 7:35 PM  by alex_avila, version 12
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AbhijeetSingh wrote  Feb 16 2011 at 2:51 PM  
can we use speech recognition technique for authentication . can u kindly send a example for that..
Using voice can i authenticate system log on password .. ..and perform the commands based on my voice input.. such as
if i say Open my computer it should do that task . ??

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