Dictionary Code Sample

    Illustrates how to programmatically modify dictionaries for improved handwriting recognition results in Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005 applications.
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        This project, written in C++, is the companion to the MSDN article that describes how the handwriting recognizer uses speech dictionaries. It illustrates how to programmatically modify the dictionaries in order to improve results for handwriting recognition in your applications. The sample uses the Microsoft Tablet PC Platform SDK version 1.7 (currently in Beta).
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        Tablet PC Platform SDK
      • Save DictionarySample.exe to your machine, and double click the application to install the source files.

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