How do you navigate in Windows 8 "Metro" using Speech Recognition?

Using speech recognition on my Surface RT is fairly easy, but navigating in the metro area is very difficult. How do you swipe from the right or left or up or down using the speech recognition software?  I cannot figure how to get the charms bar to activate using speech recognition.  Sometimes saying it "right click" works fine, and sometimes it doesn't.

 

Has anyone else figured out how to use speech recognition In the Windows 8 environment?

 

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Last updated March 25, 2018 Views 265 Applies to:

Haven't figured that out yet either.

 

I'm sure it's on Microsoft's to do list.

 

 Similar question here : http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_rt-desktop/voice-commands-in-internet-explorer-modern-on/c4b0456d-20a0-4a88-9b26-efc1152ae80b

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I figured out how to make the "right click" work: ex. using the Nook software - say "Right Click Nook". But that still doesn't get me the Charms Bar (Settings, Devices, etc.);

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We probably should generate the ultimate guide to voice active commands... but if it is the same as windows 8... then someone out there might already have done this.

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To get the charms bar up using speech say "press windows c". This works because if you press the Windows logo key + c on the keyboard the charms bar comes up.

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