that can record a two-way conversation via telephone or perhaps mobile connection onto the hard-drive. The conversation can then be transcribed into easy method document form, for future written reference.
I found a selection of download programmes a few weeks ago, which may have been suitable.Seem to have now lost this link, can you help!.
Stuartli-- Your reply as nothing to do with my request for programme information.But to cover your point I will take all the necessary steps required by law, as is always the case when I conduct any business.
I would also point out, then when I am informed by other people that they are monitoring the conversation for 'training purposes', and I am going to inform them that I am going to do likewise. I will not be in the habit of terminating the conversation by 'putting the phone down', which as happened to me on more than one occasion.
I also have a telephone answer machine and service, which gives pre warning messages, and in nearly every case, someone will leave a message, except of course cold callers.
Coming back on my original question, I have located a couple of programmes which I am in the process of testing. Basically, what I was looking for, was a voice transcript system, that could be adapted to easy written copy form. Saves the old type Dictaphone method, of typewriter and headphones!.
Will put this to bed.Ticked.
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