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    Posted: 31/Jul/2009 at 3:53pm
Is there an easy way to make sure that when you speak a command it interprets it as a command and not as search?  In Internet Explorer I have a folder called IT in my quick links bar.  Every time I try to access it using speech recognition it thinks I want to type IT, and no matter how I tried to pronounce it differently I couldn't get it to register that there is a folder called IT and that it is an option.  Do you have any advice for me? 
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Originally posted by EpsilonVector

Is there an easy way to make sure that when you speak a command it interprets it as a command and not as search?  In Internet Explorer I have a folder called IT in my quick links bar.  Every time I try to access it using speech recognition it thinks I want to type IT, and no matter how I tried to pronounce it differently I couldn't get it to register that there is a folder called IT and that it is an option.  Do you have any advice for me? 
 
Did you try using, "Show Numbers?"
 
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Are you pronouncing IT as "it" or "eye tee"? If you're pronouncing it as "eye tee," adding a space character between the two characters in your bookmark name did the trick for me.

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Originally posted by russ

Are you pronouncing IT as "it" or "eye tee"? If you're pronouncing it as "eye tee," adding a space character between the two characters in your bookmark name did the trick for me.

-Russ

Looks like it did the trick for me.  Thanks.
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