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Can Dynamics AX 2012 talk ?

I was playing around on some with some of the classes, and I found a  small thing that I wanted to share with the community.  How to enable the speech synthesizer in Dynamics AX 2012.  (This is the core essence of the “virtual burger” demo)

Here is the code that makes Dynamics AX speak:

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You also need to add the System.Speech to the references in AX:

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Making Dynamics AX 2012 talk in a demo is great, but the functional value is normally low.

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