Voice Recognition Programs Use In E-Mail 
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 Voice Recognition Programs Use In E-Mail

Does anyone know of a good voice recognition program that lets one dictate
an e-mail message directly in I.E.? I have Dragon Systems' Naturally
Speaking Preferred, but one must first start the program, minimize it, then
work off the task bar, a pain in the rear. Is there a more tightly
integrated version of this or some other voice recognition program? I would
like to be able to start my e-mail program, click on "new message", then
dictate my message. Is there a program that will do this?


Fri, 20 Apr 2001 03:00:00 GMT  
 Voice Recognition Programs Use In E-Mail
Huey:
From all I've seen and experienced, Dragon is the best right now. I'm sure
Dragon will improve and other competitors will emerge.

Gordon

Quote:

>Does anyone know of a good voice recognition program that lets one dictate
>an e-mail message directly in I.E.? I have Dragon Systems' Naturally
>Speaking Preferred, but one must first start the program, minimize it, then
>work off the task bar, a pain in the rear. Is there a more tightly
>integrated version of this or some other voice recognition program? I would
>like to be able to start my e-mail program, click on "new message", then
>dictate my message. Is there a program that will do this?



Fri, 20 Apr 2001 03:00:00 GMT  
 Voice Recognition Programs Use In E-Mail
Huey,

Have you downloaded Dragon's free add-on, "NaturalText?" It lets you dictate
in almost any program.

David

Quote:

>Huey:
>From all I've seen and experienced, Dragon is the best right now. I'm sure
>Dragon will improve and other competitors will emerge.

>Gordon


>>Does anyone know of a good voice recognition program that lets one dictate
>>an e-mail message directly in I.E.? I have Dragon Systems' Naturally
>>Speaking Preferred, but one must first start the program, minimize it,
then
>>work off the task bar, a pain in the rear. Is there a more tightly
>>integrated version of this or some other voice recognition program? I
would
>>like to be able to start my e-mail program, click on "new message", then
>>dictate my message. Is there a program that will do this?



Sat, 21 Apr 2001 03:00:00 GMT  
 Voice Recognition Programs Use In E-Mail
ViaVoice Exec lets you do this.  It has a feature that lets you dictate into
any text-based editor/window.  Of course this means that this component of
ViaVoice runs from the moment you start your system.  It places a microphone
icon in the system tray that allows you to turn on/off the feature.  When
on, dictation is started and stopped under voice commands.  It's pretty
nifty but a bit of a dog on my Cyrix 150Mhz P200 machine with 96Mb Ram.

Plus, in my profession (physics graduate student) most of the words I tend
to use confuse the hell of it.  It makes for some good laughs.

One really cool feature is that the whole windows system is under voice
control as well.  So I usually start programs (Outlook Express, Netscape) by
calling them out.

-david

Quote:

>Does anyone know of a good voice recognition program that lets one dictate
>an e-mail message directly in I.E.? I have Dragon Systems' Naturally
>Speaking Preferred, but one must first start the program, minimize it, then
>work off the task bar, a pain in the rear. Is there a more tightly
>integrated version of this or some other voice recognition program? I would
>like to be able to start my e-mail program, click on "new message", then
>dictate my message. Is there a program that will do this?



Sat, 21 Apr 2001 03:00:00 GMT  
 Voice Recognition Programs Use In E-Mail
    ViaVoice is pretty cool... it does take a lot of memory but can be
trained to handle voice well. I was recently working with some SE's from
Lotus ... people in thier office have been working on the ViaVoice that
ships with Lotus SmartSuite Millenium .... anyway, this SE told me a guy had
it trained & tuned so well his test was reading the Wall Street Journal
every morning... normal reading speed ...
    David is right.. you do have full control of the system and it can be
turned off when that works better.

Quote:

>ViaVoice Exec lets you do this.  It has a feature that lets you dictate
into
>any text-based editor/window.  Of course this means that this component of
>ViaVoice runs from the moment you start your system.  It places a
microphone
>icon in the system tray that allows you to turn on/off the feature.  When
>on, dictation is started and stopped under voice commands.  It's pretty
>nifty but a bit of a dog on my Cyrix 150Mhz P200 machine with 96Mb Ram.
>  snip ...........



Sun, 22 Apr 2001 03:00:00 GMT  
 Voice Recognition Programs Use In E-Mail
Huey,

You may be interested in the upcoming voice-driven version of our
Lightning for Outlook add-on.

If you're interested in beta testing the app, drop me an e-mail.

Phil Seeman,
Catalyst Innovations
http://www.catalystinnovations.com

Quote:

>Does anyone know of a good voice recognition program that lets one dictate
>an e-mail message directly in I.E.? I have Dragon Systems' Naturally
>Speaking Preferred, but one must first start the program, minimize it, then
>work off the task bar, a pain in the rear. Is there a more tightly
>integrated version of this or some other voice recognition program? I would
>like to be able to start my e-mail program, click on "new message", then
>dictate my message. Is there a program that will do this?



Sat, 28 Apr 2001 03:00:00 GMT  
 
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