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    Default Make Windows 7 Welcome you With an Audio Voice Message During Logon

    I came across a nice tip here on How to Make Windows Welcome you With an Audio Voice Message During Logon.

    To use this trick, follow the instructions given below:-

    Open Notepad and Copy, Paste below Code. Write any desired text.

    Code:
    Dim speaks, speech 
    speaks="John, Welcome to your Computer"; 
    Set speech=CreateObject("sapi.spvoice") 
    speech.Speak speaks
    Save it as a .vbs file and place it in the startup folder.

    Source - # Make Windows Welcome You With Audio, Voice Messages with Narrator

    EDIT By Admin:

    Capt.Jack has clarified below that this script works!

    Code:
    Dim speaks, speech
    speaks="John, Welcome to your Computer"
    Set speech=CreateObject("sapi.spvoice")
    speech.Speak speaks

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    Key Dylan West said on Facebook:

    That script didn't work for me.

    Anyone planning to test it out, please do share your results here

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    First thing once I get home

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    First i got an Error:

    ---------------------------
    Windows Script Host
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    Script: C:\Users\Captain\Desktop\Test.vbs
    Line: 2
    Char: 40
    Error: Expected end of statement
    Code: 800A0401
    Source: Microsoft VBScript compilation error

    ---------------------------
    OK
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    Debugged a little bit and fixed it. Just removed semi column and it works now.

    Before:
    Dim speaks, speech
    speaks="John, Welcome to your Computer" ;

    Set speech=CreateObject("sapi.spvoice")
    speech.Speak speaks

    Try this script it should work.


    Dim speaks, speech
    speaks="John, Welcome to your Computer"
    Set speech=CreateObject("sapi.spvoice")
    speech.Speak speaks
    Last edited by Capt.Jack; 09-24-2010 at 04:40 AM.

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    I use to use scripts like this back with Windows Me. Wrote several that not only had audio but used the Agents to interact with a user once they logged in. Freaked out many a folk with those scripts, especially if I knew they were coming over to borrow the computer

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    Thanks for the clarification Capt.Jack!

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    Are you limited to what is said?

    I'd like it to say "OY!! YOU!! Get orf my 'puter!!"

    Slighty leaning towards the old Farmyard impression of "OY!! YOU!! Get orf my tractor!"

    I could always record it and put it in the imageres.dll file I suppose, but this looks easier (to modify/change).

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    Nope .. Just type in what ever you like !

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    This is Microsoft 's speech synthesis technology. Microsoft Anna will talk to you.

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    FYI. It works for WinXP Pro SP3. Thanks. My wife just rolled her eyes and said "You and your toys!!!"

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