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Introduction
This User Manual is intended to give you a basic introduction to SpeechMike
Executive Dictation. The dictation module enables you to create, edit and save
dictations as sound files for later processing.
For more detailed information about specific functions provided by SpeechMike
Executive Dictation, refer to the SpeechMike Executive Online Help.
SpeechMike Executive Dictation features
SpeechMike Executive Dictation offers many features that are designed to make your
work easier.
• Professional dictation software featuring Record, Play/Stop, Fast Forward, Fast
Rewind, Insert and Overwrite as well as voice-activated recording.
• Enhanced file information for more efficient job processing.
• Automatic file attachment to any MAPI client for instant transfer via e-mail or Internet.
• Recording and playback of working instructions.
System requirements
Please refer to the SpeechMike Executive Dictation Installation and User Manual.
Support and feedback
For the latest information not contained in the manual, please refer to the Readme file
on the SpeechMike Executive CD or go to the Start menu, Programs, SpeechMike
Executive and select Readme.
For the latest version of the SpeechMike Executive software package, please contact
your software vendor.
For additional information on professional speech processing and speech recognition
solutions from Philips Speech Processing, please visit our web site at:
http://www.speech.philips.com
For further information, please refer to the "World-Wide Service Information" booklet
included with this package.
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Software
The SpeechMike Executive Dictation software package includes the dictation
application SpeechMike Executive Dictation, the control application SpeechMike Control
and the audio control application Philips Audio Control.
Dictation Window
To open SpeechMike Executive Dictation, go to the Start menu, Programs,
SpeechMike Executive and select Dictation. Your SpeechMike Executive Dictation
window looks like this:
The window has a title bar that contains the name of the current sound file. The menu
bar contains menu options for creating, editing and saving your dictations and for
making various settings. The toolbar provides easy access to the main functions.
The length indicator shows you the total length of the dictation in HH:MM:SS
(hours:minutes:seconds).
The position slider shows you the current position in the sound file (HH:MM:SS). This
slider also responds to the window and microphone controls during dictation.
The status bar indicates the current state of your dictation. The SpeechMike Executive
Dictation status may be one of the following: RECORD, RECORD STANDBY, FAST
REWIND, FAST FORWARD, PLAY, STOP, VA STOP, RECORD INSTRUCTION,
PLAY INSTRUCTION.
The audio volume meter to the right of the status bar shows the recording/playback
level.
The two fields to the right of the audio volume meter indicate whether insert mode is
switched on (INS) and if priority (PRI) has been set for the dictation. Otherwise the fields
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Dictation window buttons
The SpeechMike Executive Dictation window buttons from left to right:
Beginning of File
Click this button to go directly to the beginning of your dictation.
Fast Rewind
Click this button to move quickly back in your dictation. If you have selected
Acoustic feedback in the SpeechMike Executive Properties dialog box,
this button enables you to listen to bits of the dictation while rewinding.
Fast Forward
Click this button to move quickly forward in your dictation. If you have
selected Acoustic feedback in the SpeechMike Executive Properties
dialog box, this button enables you to listen to bits of the dictation while
forwarding.
End of File
Click this button to go directly to the end of your dictation.
Play/Stop
This button acts like a toggle switch for starting playback if stopped and
stopping playback if started.
Stop
Click this button to stop recording, playback, fast rewinding or fast
forwarding.
Record
Click this button to start recording your dictation.
Mark Beginning
Click this button to mark the beginning of a section in your dictation you want
to delete.
Mark End
Click this button to mark the end of a section in your dictation you want to
delete.
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Dictation window toolbar icons
The SpeechMike Executive Dictation window toolbar icons from left to right:
New
Click this icon to open a new dictation session.
Open
Click this icon to display the standard Open or advanced Open dialog box.
Save
Click this icon to save your dictation.
Send
Click this icon to automatically attach the selected sound file to a MAPI client
for instant transfer via e-mail or Internet.
Undo
Click this icon to reverse the last delete action.
Delete
Click this icon to delete a marked section from your dictation.
Insert Mode
Click this icon to switch between overwrite mode.
Dictation Properties
Click this icon to open the Dictation Properties dialog box.
SpeechMike Executive Properties
Click this icon to open the SpeechMike Executive Properties dialog box.
Audio Properties
Click this icon to open the Audio Properties dialog box.
Record/Stop Instruction
Click this icon to record a working instruction for the dictation. Each time you
record a new instruction, it is appended to the previous one. You can hide
this icon and the other instruction icons (Play/Stop Instruction, Delete
Instruction) by choosing the Show Toolbar Icons menu command from the
Instruction menu. To redisplay them, choose the menu command again.
Play/Stop Instruction
Click this icon to start or stop playing back any working instructions recorded
for the dictation. If multiple instructions have been saved for the dictation,
they will all be played back.
Delete Instruction
Click this icon to delete all existing instructions for the current dictation.
Help Topics
Click this icon to access the SpeechMike Executive Online Help.
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Creating a dictation
Creating a dictation using the Dictation window
1. To open a new dictation, choose the File/New command from the menu bar or click
the New icon on the toolbar.
2. To start recording, click the Record button in the SpeechMike Executive Dictation
window.
3. To save your dictation, choose the File/Save or File/Save As command from the
menu bar, or click the Save icon on the toolbar. The Save As dialog box is displayed.
You can save your dictation under the assigned default file name or specify a new
name (see page 12).
4. To close the file when you have finished dictating, select the File/Close command
from the menu bar. If you have selected the Display Dictation Properties check box
on the General tab in the SpeechMike Executive Properties, the Dictation
Properties dialog box will be displayed automatically before the file is closed (see
page 12).
Creating a dictation using the SpeechMike
1. To open a new dictation, press the Record button on the SpeechMike; this sets the
RECORD STANDBY status.
2. To start recording, press the Play button on the SpeechMike.
3. To save your dictation, press the EOL button on the SpeechMike. The Save As
dialog box is displayed.
4. Press the EOL button again to accept the default file name and close the Save As
dialog box, or specify a new file name and click OK.
Working on an existing dictation
With SpeechMike Executive Dictation you can start a dictation, save it as a sound file
and open it again later to continue or make changes.
Working on an existing dictation using the Dictation window
1. Choose the File/Open command from the menu bar, or click the Open icon on the
toolbar. The standard Open or advanced Open dialog box is displayed, depending
on the setting you have made in the SpeechMike Executive Properties dialog box
(see page 13).
2. To open the sound file, double-click the sound file or select it and click Open.
3. To start recording, click the Record button in the SpeechMike Executive Dictation
window.
4. To save your dictation, choose the File/Save command from the menu bar, or click
the Save icon on the toolbar. The dictation will be saved under the same name and
to the same location.
5. If you want to change the name of your dictation, or save it to a different location,
choose the File/Save As menu command. The Save As dialog box is displayed. You
can now make your changes.
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6. To close the file when you have finished dictating, choose the File/Close command
from the menu bar. If you have selected the Display Dictation Properties check box
on the General tab in the SpeechMike Executive Properties, the Dictation
Properties dialog box will be displayed automatically before the file is closed.
Working on an existing dictation using the SpeechMike
1. Choose the File/Open menu command or click the Open icon on the toolbar of the
SpeechMike Executive Dictation window.
2. To open the sound file, double-click the sound file or select it and click Open.
3. Press the Record button on your SpeechMike; this sets the RECORD STANDBY
status.
4. To start recording, press the Play button on the SpeechMike Executive.
5. To save and close the file, press the EOL button on the SpeechMike.
Editing a dictation
SpeechMike Executive Dictation provides various functions for editing your dictations.
Deleting a section of your dictation
1. Move to the position in your dictation from where you want to begin deleting.
2. Click the Mark Beginning button.
3. Click Play and listen to the dictation. When you have reached the end of the section
you want to delete, click Stop.
4. Click the Mark End button.
5. Choose the Edit/Delete menu command or click the Delete icon on the toolbar to
remove the selected section from the dictation.
Note: If you have accidentally selected a part in your dictation which you do not
want to delete, choose the Edit/Unmark menu command to deselect the
selection. If you want to reverse the last delete action, you can choose the
Edit/Undo menu command or click the Undo icon.
Overwrite/Insert mode
You can work in overwrite mode or insert mode. The default setting is overwrite mode
so that existing speech will be replaced by new recording.
To switch to insert mode:
• Choose the Mode/Insert Mode menu command, or
• Click the Insert Mode icon on the toolbar, or
• Press the Insert/Overwrite button on the SpeechMike.
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As long as this mode is activated, INS will be displayed on the status bar. To deactivate
this mode:
• Deselect the Insert Mode menu command, or
• Click the Insert Mode icon on the toolbar again, or
• Press the Insert/Overwrite button on the SpeechMike again.
Note: Insert mode is only available for the current dictation session. When you
close the file and open a new one, the mode setting is reversed to overwrite.
Dictation Properties
To display the Dictation Properties dialog box, choose the Options/Dictation
Properties command from the menu bar or click the Dictation Properties icon on the
toolbar. If you want this dialog box to be automatically displayed whenever a dictation is
closed, you can make the corresponding setting in the SpeechMike Executive
Properties dialog box.
When you are recording a dictation, the Dictation Properties dialog box allows you to:
• display and update information on the current dictation
• display information on the author of the current dictation
• define defaults for new dictations, e.g. the author and file prefix.
If no sound file is open, you can only define the defaults for new dictations.
Current tab
The Current tab of the Dictation Properties dialog box displays information on the
current dictation. You can update the following fields for the current dictation: Title,
Author, Comments, Keyword, Priority.
Title
Descriptive text for the dictation.
Author
Name of the person who recorded the dictation.
Comments
Additional information on the dictation, such as instructions for transcription.
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Keyword
Text which may be used as search string in a workflow environment.
Priority
This setting enables you to specify a value for the priority of a dictation. A value of 0
means that no priority has been set for the dictation.
The range is between 0 and 15; the default value is 0.
Length
Length of the sound file in HH:MM:SS (hours:minutes:seconds).
File size
Size of the sound file in MB.
Author tab
The Author tab of the Dictation Properties dialog box displays creation and update
information on the current dictation. The data are read-only and cannot be updated.
Author
Name of the user who originally created the dictation.
Creation date
The date and time when the dictation was created.
Last edited by
Name of the user who has last edited the dictation.
Last edited on
The date and time when the dictation was last edited.
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Defaults tab
The Defaults tab of the Dictation Properties dialog box enables you to specify default
values for new dictations. Every new dictation will be initialized with these properties.
Title
Descriptive text for a new dictation.
Author
Name of the person who records dictations.
Comments
Additional information on the new dictation, such as instructions for transcription.
Keyword
A text specified by the author.
Priority
This setting enables you to specify a value for the priority of a dictation. A value of 0
means that no priority has been set for the dictation.
The range is between 0 and 15; the default value is 0.
Prefix
String which is used by SpeechMike Executive for the default file name of a new
dictation. Only alphanumeric characters (letters and digits) are allowed; blanks are
forbidden.
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Default file name for a dictation
When you save a dictation for the first time, SpeechMike Executive suggests a default
file name.
• If you have specified a file prefix on the Defaults tab of the Dictation Properties
dialog box, the default file name consists of this prefix, a three-digit number and the
file extension .WAV. The three-digit number is generated by SpeechMike Executive.
Example: Report001.wav
• If you have not specified a file prefix and your author name is entered on the
Defaults tab of the Dictation Properties dialog box, the default file name consists of
the first four characters of the author name, a three-digit number and the file
extension .WAV.
Example: Fred001.wav
• If you have neither specified a file prefix nor your author name, the default file name
consists of the string Dict, a three-digit number and the file extension .WAV.
Example: Dict001.wav
SpeechMike Executive Properties
To display the SpeechMike Executive Properties dialog box, choose the
Options/SpeechMike Executive Properties command from the menu bar or click the
SpeechMike Executive Properties icon on the toolbar.
The General tab enables you to make the following settings:
Acoustic feedback
This option switches on or off the acoustic feedback during fast forwarding or
rewinding a dictation. This helps you find a specific position in the sound file.
Display Dictation Properties
This option switches the display of the Dictation Properties dialog box on or off
whenever a dictation is closed.
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Advanced Open dialog box
This option determines whether the advanced Open dialog box or the standard Open
dialog box is displayed when you open a dictation.
Defaults
Clicking this button restores SpeechMike Executive's default settings for all fields in
this dialog box.
VA level
If the setting for this threshold is above 0, recording stops automatically when your
recording volume drops below this threshold and restarts again when you speak
louder than this threshold value. The higher you set the VA level, the louder you must
speak in order to activate the recording. The default setting for the VA level is 0.
Winding speed
This setting enables you to specify the speed for fast forwarding and fast rewinding.
A value of 5 means 5 times the playback speed.
The range is between 5 and 30; the default value is 5.
Autobackspace at
This setting enables you to set the period of time for the autobackspace feature (in
seconds). When you start playback, the dictation will be rewound by the specified
number of seconds. This allows you to listen to the last bit of the dictation.
The range is between 0 and 60 seconds; the default value is 1.
Default path for sound file
This field allows you to specify the folder in which the sound files of your dictations
should be created.
Standard Open dialog box
When you select the File/Open command from the menu bar or click the Open icon on
the toolbar, the standard Open dialog box is displayed, unless you have specified the
Advanced Open dialog box option in the SpeechMike Executive Properties dialog
box.
When a sound file is selected, the lower part of the standard Open dialog box looks like
this:
Title
Descriptive text for the dictation.
Length
Length of the dictation in HH:MM:SS (hours:minutes:seconds).
Priority
This shows whether the author has set priority for the dictation.
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Format
This shows the audio format of the dictation.
Created
This shows when and by whom the dictation was created.
Modified
This shows when and by whom the last changes were made to the dictation.
Keyword
A text specified by the author.
Comments
Additional information on the dictation, such as instructions for transcription.
Advanced Open dialog box
SpeechMike Executive also features an advanced Open dialog box which can be
activated in the SpeechMike Executive Properties. The advanced Open dialog box
appears as a list, divided in columns.
It provides the following information:
Name
Name of the dictation (sound file).
Locked
This means that the author has not finished the dictation session or that the dictation
is currently being transcribed.
Title
Descriptive text for the dictation.
Author
Name of the person who recorded the dictation.
Priority
This shows whether the author has set priority for the dictation.
Keyword
A text specified by the author.
Length
Length of the dictation in HH:MM:SS (hours:minutes:seconds).
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Modified
This shows when the last changes were made to the dictation.
You can sort the information contained in the columns by clicking the respective column
header. For example, to sort the list alphabetically by the name of the authors, click the
Author column header.
Instructions
SpeechMike Executive Dictation allows you to record, play back and delete working
instructions. A working instruction may contain additional information for transcription or
supplementary data. Instructions are saved to a separate sound file (file name: the
dictation file name plus _i).
Note: During the recording and playback of instructions, the other dictation functions for
recording, playback, saving, the audio volume meter etc. are disabled. Devices such as
the SpeechMike and Foot Control are also disabled.
To record an instruction
1. Choose the Record/Stop menu command from the Instruction menu, or click the
Record/Stop Instruction icon on the toolbar.
The icon starts blinking and the RECORD INSTRUCTION status is displayed on the
status bar. SpeechMike Executive is ready for recording the instruction.
2. Dictate your instruction.
3. To stop recording, choose the Record/Stop menu command from the Instruction
menu, or click the Record/Stop Instruction icon again.
If you want to add another instruction to the dictation, repeat the steps above. Every
new instruction will be appended to the previous one.
To play back an instruction
1. Choose the Play/Stop menu command from the Instruction menu, or click the
Play/Stop Instruction icon on the toolbar.
The PLAY INSTRUCTION status appears on the status bar. SpeechMike Executive
plays back the instruction recorded for this dictation. If several instructions have
been recorded, all of them are played back.
2. To stop playing back, choose the Play/Stop menu command from the Instruction
menu, or click the Play/Stop Instruction icon again.
To delete an instruction
Choose the Delete menu command from the Instruction menu, or click the Delete
Instruction icon on the toolbar.
All existing instructions for the current dictation will be deleted.
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SpeechMike Control Application
With the SpeechMike control software, you can create individual button command
schemes to control and navigate through standard Windows applications. This allows
you to use your SpeechMike to control your applications instead of using your mouse.
You can program text or hotkeys (shortcuts) or a combination of both for each button on
your SpeechMike and assign the commands to almost any Windows application.
Separate commands can be programmed for when each button is pressed alone, as
well as for when each button is pressed together with Ctrl and Shift on your keyboard.
The buttons available for programming are different for the SpeechMike Pro and the
SpeechMike Classic, the Control Application includes a Show Buttons button that allows
you to display the buttons available on your device.
The SpeechMike control program must be active in order to use the customized button
controls. This means you need to open the program and keep it active in the
background, or click Hide to hide it on the taskbar. For your convenience, you can have
the SpeechMike control application start automatically when Windows is started by
adding it to your Startup folder in the Start menu.
Command line parameters for the SpeechMike control application
If you start the SpeechMike control application automatically by adding it to the Startup
folder in the Start menu, and you do not want the application window to be displayed
each time you start Windows, you can use command line parameters. The parameter
has to be entered in the Target field of the shortcut dialog after the program path. The
content of the Target field should look like this:
"D:\Program Files\Philips Speech\SpeechMike Executive\MIKEAPP.EXE" /h
Note: The /h has to be outside the path in quotation marks.
You can use the following parameters:
/h
Hidden start: the mouse icon is displayed on the taskbar (status notification area), but
no window is opened on Windows startup.
/t
Taskbar symbol hidden: no mouse icon is displayed on the taskbar (status
notification area), and no window is opened on Windows startup.
This parameter can also be used by system administrators to prevent users from
editing their configurations.
To display the application window, you have to start the SpeechMike control application
manually, or click the mouse icon if displayed in the taskbar.
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SpeechMike Control window
To open the SpeechMike Control window, go to the Start menu, Programs,
SpeechMike Executive and select Control Application.
New Scheme
Click this button to create a new scheme. All input fields are cleared. You can now
enter new settings for the SpeechMike buttons and save these settings under a
new file name with Save Scheme. The default folder for saving
SpeechMike *.scm files is: Program Files\Philips Speech\SpeechMike\
Open Scheme
Press this button to open an existing SpeechMike scheme. Pressing the arrow to
the right of this button displays a list of available schemes (*.scm files) containing
settings for SpeechMike buttons.
Save Scheme
Saves the current scheme. Enter the desired file name when saving your new
scheme for the first time. The necessary file extension *.scm will be added
automatically.
Button Properties
Click this button to call up the button properties window to define the desired
commands and/or text for each button.
Enable Auto Assign
Activate this check box if you want to assign specified schemes/settings to
different Windows applications.
Select the desired application (*.exe) file in the Assigned Application field and
activate this button.
When the selected application is started and the SpeechMike control application is
active (the white mouse icon is displayed on the taskbar), the corresponding
scheme is automatically activated.
If the check box is not selected, each application will use the same (current)
scheme. If you do not specify an application, the current scheme on the screen is
used for all applications.
Hide
If you want to use the programmed buttons but do not want the window to be
displayed, click this button to hide the application on the taskbar.
Clicking the SpeechMike mouse icon on the taskbar will display the control
window again.
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Exit
Click this button to close the application; the programmed buttons will no longer
be activated.
Assigned Application
If this field is empty (default) the current setting is applied to all Windows
applications.
If you intend to assign a specific scheme to a certain application, then click the
Browse button and browse for the *.exe file of the desired application (e.g. the
scheme notepad.scm for the Notepad application c:\Notepad path\notepad.exe).
You can also select the check box Enable Auto Assign to activate this setting.
Browse
Click this button to select the desired application for the Assigned Application
function.
Show Buttons
Click this button to select whether you wish to display the buttons for the
SpeechMike Pro or the SpeechMike Classic.
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Programming the SpeechMike Buttons
To program the buttons of your SpeechMike, double click the desired button or select
the desired button in the button list by clicking on it and press the Button Properties
button to call up the Button Properties window.
Keyboard input
Keyboard input can be entered line by line and hotkey by hotkey in the field in
this window. The list box above will show the complete text and/or hotkeys
configured for the button/key combination selected in the buttons list. Each new
command or text is inserted at the end of an existing list.
By clicking the Hotkey or Text button next to the input line, you can specify
whether you want to assign a command/shortcut or a text to a SpeechMike
button.
For a hotkey or a series of hotkeys, click Hotkey, then press the hotkey
combination on your keyboard (such as Ctrl+N to open a new document). It is
recommended that you open the application for which you want to program
hotkeys and switch between the applications on your screen to check the
correct input and execution of a shortcut right away.
For text or text blocks, click Text, type in the required text and finish by pressing
the Enter key on your keyboard (do not forget to press Enter to confirm each
text block). For a new text line (carriage return) in your text block, press Enter.
If you want to insert a new hotkey or text at a specific position in the list of
commands, place the cursor at the following text/hotkey and start your new
entry. The addition will be inserted immediately before the highlighted
text/hotkey.
You can also enter a command to start an application. Select Text, enter !start
*.exe (do not forget the '!') with the name of the executable (.exe) file for the
desired application and press the Enter key on your keyboard.
Up
Click this button to move the selected command or text line up one line in the
list.
Down
Click this button to move the selected command or text line down one line in the
list.
Delete Selected Item(s)
Select one or more lines of a command/text sequence and click this icon to
delete the selected line(s).
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Example scheme: sample.scm
A basic sample for programming and working with customizable button settings has
been prepared for you for Windows Notepad.
1. Go to the Start menu, Programs, SpeechMike Executive and select Control
Application.
2. Click the Open icon; the Open dialog box appears.
3. Select the file Sample.scm and click Open.
4. In the SpeechMike Control window, click Hide to hide the control application on the
taskbar.
5. Open Notepad.
6. Press the Fast Forward button on your SpeechMike. The address of Philips Speech
Processing, the date and time will appear.
7. Next, press the INS/OVWR button; a reference text will show up on your screen.
8. Now press the Play/Stop button; a short text will be displayed.
9. Press the Fast Rewind button to display the last lines of the letter.
10. Finally, press the EOL button. The Find dialog box appears and will automatically
start to look for 'SpeechMike'.
Note: This only works properly for the English version of Notepad due to the different
shortcut letters.
For more information on how to program your own schemes, refer to the SpeechMike
Control online help.
Example scheme: Scroll.scm
The SpeechMike control application is delivered with a set of commands that provide
enhanced control features for Windows applications like Microsoft Office 97 or Microsoft
Internet Explorer 3.0 or higher. To open the Scroll.scm scheme, do the following:
1. Go to the Start menu, Programs, SpeechMike Executive and select Control
Application.
2. Click the Open icon; the Open dialog box appears.
3. Select the file Scroll.scm and click Open.
The following list will be displayed in the left pane of the SpeechMike Control window.
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The following button commands are supported:
Record
When you press the Record button on your SpeechMike, the contents of the window
that is active on the desktop will be enlarged in size.
Play/Stop
When you press the Play/Stop button, the contents of the window that is active on the
desktop will be reduced in size.
Fast Rewind
Use the Fast Rewind button for scrolling up a specified number of units on a page.
The range is between 1 and 10; the default value is 1.
Fast Forward
Use the Fast Forward button for scrolling down a specified number of units on a
page. The range is between 1 and 10; the default value is 1.
EOL
Use the EOL button to move to the previous page. (For example, in Microsoft Internet
Explorer pressing this button simulates clicking the Back button on the toolbar.)
INS/OVWR
Use the INS/OVWR button to move to the next page. (For example, in Microsoft
Internet Explorer pressing this button simulates clicking the Forward button on the
toolbar.)
Command button
Pressing this button allows quick positioning in large documents.
Philips Audio Control
By double-clicking the slider icon on the taskbar, the Philips Audio
Control dialog box is displayed.
This window enables you to change the Volume, Tone and Speed of the playback with
the slider controls. In the Options menu of the Philips Audio Control dialog box, you
can also specify whether this window should always be on top of every other window.
Clicking the Reset button restores the default settings for Tone and Speed but does not
change your individual setting for Volume.
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