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One way to add a group of words to the dictionary

Discussion in 'Tablet PC' started by spider, Jul 19, 2003.

  1. spider

    spider Guest

    This works for me. I'm running Office 2003 Beta 2. The Speech option is
    enabled in Word. The Speech toolbar (the one with the "Microphone" button on
    it) is visible.

    1) I start a new Word document and make a list of the words to recognize.
    2) I click the "Tools" option on the Speech toolbar. There's a "Learn from
    document..." menu option in the dropdown menu. I click it.
    3) A dialog box pops up with a list of words to add. I press the "Add All"
    button.
    4) To confirm, I go to Input Panel. I dropdown Speech Tools. Press "add
    pronunciation for a word". The new words are in the list. I've found that
    adding words from the alternate's list are added to the Speech Tools
    wordlist so I assume it's the same dictionary. Anyway the new words get
    recognized now when I do handwriting in the Input Panel.
     
    spider, Jul 19, 2003
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