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How Do I Use Speech Recognition in VB.Net?

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I am trying to create a simple application in VB .Net that will use speech recognition and convert whatever i say into text. Like a dictation machine.
Can someone give me an idea of how to do this?

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Hoy.

I haven't looked this from a closer view but i know that Microsoft has a speech recognizion api.

You can find more info about it here (Beta)
Downloads @ here
And it works with vb.net 3.0.

I hope this helps.
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