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I have done many ASP.net C# MVC5 websites.
What is the best example to do something like the below ?

 1. user goes to ASP.net website which has 20 blank textboxes, with CURSOR in first box
 2. user talks to device to fill-in textbox
 3. user clicks something or says something to go to the next blank textbox
 4. repeats step #2 and #3 multiple times for each additional textbox
 5. user clicks something or says something to submit page
 6. page displays SUCCESS webpage, click "here" to do again

I don't need edit functions, I will have a manager edit the TEXT for proper spelling/etc later.
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That would have to be a speech to text program that is installed on the client's computer like Dragon Speech Recognition Software http://www.nuance.com/dragon/index.htm .  The software to do speech recognition is probably way too large a program to download with each page of a web site.  It requires Digital Signal Processing (lots of CPU cycles) and a very large library of words for recognition and translation.  This already works with normal web sites to do what you have described.
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You said "already works with normal web sites"

How can I do the steps on my website via the iPad/Android/etc like above without having to click the "Talk" button/etc ?
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I doubt that you can.  Why would anyone want 'voice commands' and/or 'speech to text' on all the time?
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I have 20 techs walking inside a big aircraft, hand typing a note for issue #1, clicking tab, hand typing another note, clicking tab, doing 40 more times, then clicking FINISH after they walk out of the plane.

I want them to talk, click tab, talk, click tab, etc.
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You need a "dictation" app then.  But I believe that most dictation software uses a push-to-talk because people often are saying things and talking to each other about things they don't want recorded.  This search https://www.google.com/search?q=phone+tablet+dictation+app brings up a bunch of dictation apps.
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1. go to google.com (with any webcam/mic installed and working)
2. click on 'search by voice'

Im assuming you want this functionality?

http://slides.html5rocks.com/#speech-input

we're slowly being pulled out of XHTML, even if its going kicking and screaming :)
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