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    Posted: 28/Sep/2014 at 12:12pm
Andrew F wrote:
"Do you have any advice for technical documents and Unified Communications related documents. I specialise in UC across Microsoft and Cisco and want to hone the speech Rec for that but there are a ton of acronyms."

Many common acronyms are built into WSR. WSR, USA, BLT, are examples. For acronyms you use often that they do not appear as dictated, here is a screenshot example of a text macro. If the first example does not work, see the second screenshot using the phonetic sounds for the, "When I Say," command.



Marty Markoe, MyMSSpeech.com

Edited by mmarkoe_admin - 29/Sep/2014 at 9:48am
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