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I wish to embed a voice control system in my windows forms application. The system is to include voice recognition and voice command options. I need to voice commands for activating various events and for typing in text fields. I need an A to Z step by step guidance as I have never done such a thing before. Plz.. help me out!
Posted 7-Oct-12 8:43am
Rock (Multithreaded) at 7-Oct-12 13:58pm
Do you want to do something like this application?
Ritwesh at 7-Oct-12 14:21pm
May be not exactly. All I want to do is to have a password recognition system to allow to work on the software. Further there will be some voice commands to navigate between controls, tabs and generate events as required.
Rock (Multithreaded) at 7-Oct-12 14:39pm
have you seen this application?
Ritwesh at 8-Oct-12 3:32am
no I haven't because I am using XP servicepack2 as my OS.
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Solution 1

Here is an aticle that does exactly that, but for WPF:[^]
porting or adapting that for WinForms should be simple. You will also find much more results by just googling for "voice commands c#".
Enjoy coding!!
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Solution 2

Learn form here..absolutely a brilliant place for learning speech recognition..[^]
Ritwesh at 9-Oct-12 13:16pm
Thnx once again for all your help!
ridoy at 9-Oct-12 13:24pm
always welcome..

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