speech recognition to fill MS Access forms

Posted on 2010-03-22
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Last Modified: 2013-11-28
Please let me know how to go about  by inputing data into an MS Access form, with a bluetooth mic.  I would be using a barcode wedge scanner to scan the SKU and I want to use a blue tooth mic to input the quantity of the SKU into an Access form.  I would like to have the app to have a filter, so the data input would only function if the user says a keyword followed by a number?  This way, he can carry on normal conversation, but the data input only acticates if he says something like “Quantity 200”.     please reccomend a cost effective  solution.  thank you vey much for ur insight  

Question by:Osvel_SQL
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DatabaseMX (Joe Anderson - Microsoft MVP, Access and Data Platform) earned 100 total points
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I'm almost sure you will need a third party application to do this and I don't know of any.  There is nothing inherent in Access to accomplish this that I am aware of.


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