WSR Tutorial 12 - Making Your Own Macros

Free Speech Recognition Dictation Software For Windows Vista and Windows 7 Tutorial 12 - Making Your Own Macros


Making speech macros is simple. To make a macro, double click the WSR Tool icon or right click the icon and select New Speech Macro. A window will appear allowing for the creation of:

Insert Text

Inserts blocks of text like address, contact information, and telephone numbers.

Run a Program

Runs a program of the users choosing. Useful if a program is not responding to the “Open” command. Run a Program is also useful for running command line arguments of a program.

Send Keystrokes

Sends Keystrokes to a program. Send Keystrokes works like the “Press” command.

Emulate Recognition

Emulate Recognition can be used to create an alternative phase for a command that is already created. For example, instead of saying “Open Minesweeper”, “Run Minesweeper” can be created.


Advanced to used to create complex xlm macros.


Windows Speech Recognition Macros Tool

Link of Interest:

Windows Speech Macros Home

Windows Speech Macros Wiki

Video Tutorial: Free Speech Recognition Tutorial 12 - Making Speech Macros

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