about speech recognition

dear sir,
i understand that microsoft have a special tools call direct speech recognition. but i found the example for this topic, is that, it need to specify all the word before the pc can understand. for example if we want to say the word "test" then we put it in our code "start=test". my question is, is there any way to code it without specify all the words, so i can do an application like dictation???
skystarsAsked:
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KurvyCommented:
sorry, You can' get away without a custom dictionary of some sort.
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autCommented:
You're looking for Microsoft's Agent technology.
Check it out at:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/workshop/imedia/agent/default.asp

Using it, you can create both text-to-speach and speach-to-text.
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matrix717Commented:
Hey, can you give me the address where you find the example???
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skystarsAuthor Commented:
then how can i get the dictionary that you mentioned of?
is it must be created by myself???? so can i do that???

thanks,
jeff.
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