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I am trying to write a visual basic application that accepts Voice Commands WITHOUT having to show Microsoft Agent(I can already do it with the agent)  Agent package a came with a Microsoft control called VCommand, or Voice Commands and with DirectSR, Direct Speech Recognition, but I can not get either of these to successfully add commands, listen, and respond.  If anyone has some working code for how to do this with either control, or another one that is free and freely available, I'd love to see it!

Thanks in advance
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I think there is a 3rd party control. Take a look at http://www.speechsolutions.com/
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Hello Seven, any news here?
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I have had a look at your links...thanks, but I can't seem to get anywhere with them.  SAPI 4.0 is 39 MB and even SAPI - speech engines is 7MB...I'll need a little time to download and evaluate...I'll be back.

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I think you did not get this e-mail notfication at that time..

Take a look at another link.
                    http://www.planetsourcecode.com/vb/scripts/ShowCode.asp?lngWId=1&txtCodeId=5637
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Seven? Did you visit the links I posted?
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Locking this question to get some attention... ;-)
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