Hi Jim, Unfortunately, you are out of luck here: #1 No, no scripts for Dragon except those for Jaws, which do cost several hundred dollars. @. My app is named WSR (which is the common abbreviation for Windows Speech Recognition). However, it's not a full working app, only an example showing how the WSR can be made to work with Window-Eyes. I added the speaking of several critical WSR dialogs, and I added a few Window-Eyes verbal commands showing how you can cause it to read the line and things like that. It was always meant for some other developer to pick up and finish, but it seems no one was interested. 3. I'll look for a WSR text manual I know I've seen and I'll send it to you; there are also wiki sites for it, etc. There's also a mailing list, which I was monitoring for a year, where those working with WSR said it had a recognition rate about as good as Dragon; but since it was free, it had little documentation and no support at all. I played with WSR for a while, and it's very cool; you can define very wide-ranging commands for it to interpret, the way Siri does, such as What is the cell number for Joe Smith", and it would speak the answer to you. I learned a lot of this from the mailing list posts, not from the documentation, which is fairly minimal. When I find the manual, if I can find the info on the mailing list, I'll send that to you also. I'm sorry if you don't want to take on programming an app for WSR and Window-Eyes, your only choice then is to buy jaws, buy Dragon, and then buy the Jaws macros. You're probably in for at least $2000 to do that; that's why I think getting Window-Eyes for free, and the Window Speech Recognition for free, is so attractive for someone who may want to learn to program an app for it. Hth, Chip Chip Orange Florida Public Service Commission Computer Systems Analyst 850-413-6314 -----Original Message----- From: tabi-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:tabi-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of K4NKZ JIM Sent: Tuesday, February 10, 2015 7:24 AM To: tabi Subject: [tabi] 3 questions about using NVDA or Window-Eyes with voice input on a windows 8 computer I would like to use NVDA or Window-Eyes with windows speech Recognition program and/or Dragon Naturally Speaking! I already know that their are Window-Eyes aps for the program windows speech Recognition program. I have 3 questions: 1, has anybody made any scrips, or aps to work with either screenreader for either program? 2, chip, what is the name of your ap for windows speech Recognition? and how does it work? 3, does anybody have a mp3, or text manual on how to use the windows speech Recognition program? -- Have a nice day from, K4NKZ Jim Check out the TABI resource web page at http://home.comcast.net/~acorange/TABI and please make suggestions for new material. If you find something out-of-date, and you'd like it to be updated, please let the list owner know. Without comments as to what is helpful, and what should be included on the TABI resources page, it's unlikely that any volunteer work will occur. if you'd like to unsubscribe you can do so through the freelists.org web interface, or by sending an email to the address tabi-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with the word "unsubscribe" in the subject.