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Begin Dictation-Using ViaVoice Gold, 2nd Edition—by Susan Fulton
Speech Recognition is a dazzling technology making huge leaps forward in making computers more useful. It sounds great, to have your computer "take a memo" and obey your command. But is this really possible?
Susan Fulton answers that question with a resounding "Yes! If you have the right guidance."
This is what she provides in Begin Dictation. Why let yourself in for frustration, wasted time and wasted money when practical how-to's are so readily at hand? Based on years of experience using speech recognition to accomplish real activities, Begin Dictation is more than a simple user's manual. With step-by-step illustrated instructions, Susan Fulton shows you how to make your speech program work for you and, indeed, dazzle you.
This book is a must-have for people using the following software:
- ViaVoice Gold
- VoiceDirect Continuous programs by IMSI
- ViaVoice Transcription
- Lotus WordPro with ViaVoice
- Lotus SmartSuite Millenium Edition
- ViaVoice 98 — Executive, Office, Home
Susan Fulton is a leader in speech recognition technology at The New York Times. On the Internet, Susan Fulton's web site, Computing Out LoudSM (www.out-loud.com), draws hundreds of visitors looking for honest assessments of speech tools for the computer.
Susan Fulton's books, The Essential Simply Speaking Gold, and Begin Dictation-Using ViaVoice Gold are more than just the user's manuals that IBM forgot to put in the box. They incorporate years of experience in step-by-step illustrated instructions to get you using Simply Speaking Gold or ViaVoice Gold quickly and effectively.
With a holistic flavor, these books will help you appreciate all that speech recognition technology can do for you, as well as some of the limitations.
Most of all, they will help you make it work for you.
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