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WEEKLY SIG MEETING UPDATE 30 NOVEMBER - 6 DECEMBER 2008
November Main Meeting Winners
Dragon Naturally SpeakingProfessional 10
Foulds PaperPort 11
Murrell PDF Creater
UPCOMING SIG'S 7 - 13
7 - 13 December 2008
Hello and Welcome,
The Main Meeting presentation from Derek Austin, Nuance was, as always, very instructive. Derek gave us a rundown on the new Dragon Naturally Speaking 10 Professional, which is faster, 20% more accurate than Version 9 and transcribes words to screen in half the time. You can also use it to control your computer using the speech recognition facility.
There are several versions of Dragon and price ranges from $199.00 through to over $1000.00.
Derek also supplied a copy of Dragon 10 Professional, PaperPort 11 and PDF Creater for the raffle. To the winners congratulations and our thanks to Derek.
Derek, at the time of the meeting promised to send the link for SPCUG members to avail themselves of the discount offer available. This was forwarded to all members on Thursday via a separate email.
December - Penrith - Frank Bowman - 3 pm - 6
For the last
meeting of the year there will be a review of the work that we have done
and also we will look at encrypting data. A discussion on two interesting
articles from PC World: "Fixes for some of
There will be no meeting in January due to the school holidays, the Penrith SIG will resume Saturday 7 February 2009.
Tip of the Week
This week's tip is for those of you who use your USB to copy data from one machine to another. By holding down the shift key every time you insert the USB drive it will circumvent Windows AutoPlay behaviour and thereby making any malware that might have sneaked onto the thumb drive less likely to run automatically.
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