Free Voice Control for Power Point Presentations

Posted on June 4, 2008. Filed under: New Resources, Uncategorized |

Lifehacker had a really interesting post the other day about using speech recognition to control Power Point presentations–an idea that many a lawyer might find to be intriguing.  And, some lawyers might even consider it to be a form of Nirvana–not that I’m  friends with any of those types.  

First, you download Microsoft’s new freeware tool, Windows Speech Recognition Macros.  Then, you download Rob Chamber’s free Next Slide Macro.

And, voila!  You should be able to control Power Point presentations by saying “next slide” and “previous slide”. 

Nicole Black


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