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Speech Recognition - How to click on an icon in the Notification Area
I have several applications in the Notification Area (some call "system tray"). Can anybody tell me how I can access them using Speech recognition?
I do not mean by saying "mousegrid" etc. and drilling down, but wonder if there is a command that I have not found that relates specifically to the Notification Area.
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