February 3, 2009

MS OFFICE Word 2007 Voice Command

Use a Voice Command
You can use sound in Microsoft Office Word.
1. In the Word document, place your cursor where you want your voice message to go.
2. Click Insert, and then in the Text section, click the Insert Object button.
3. In the Object dialog box, on the Create New tab, in the list of object types, select Wave Sound.
4. Click OK, and then record your own voice note.

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