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Thank for your help in the Office Assistant question.
I had been looking for the Agent SDK for a while so that I could look into the voice recognition stuff.

Please post again the web address for the agent as an answer.
Thanks again.
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Here it is
http://www.microsoft.com/workshop/imedia/agent/default.asp

I am still "playing" with it, and it is great. I associate each action to a movement, and I replace all the messagebox with the agent. Of course if the agent is disabled, the messagebox are back.
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Thanks yet again for the help.  :)
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