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c# - calling Text to Speech COMM Object?

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I am attempting to access the text to speech SDK via. C#. I setup a
reference to the "Microsoft Voice Text" Control (vtext.dll) and I added the
following code:

HTTSLib.TextToSpeechClass v = new HTTSLib.TextToSpeechClass();
v.Speak("THIS IS A TEST");

The code compiled and ran but I do not hear any speech!

I did the same code in VB6, and it worked.:

Set v = New TextToSpeech
v.Speak ("This is a test of this process. I know that this works")

Do I need to perform a special command to call this comm object? I have
linked and called other comm object from C# and have not had any issue.


Nov 15 '05 #1
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