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All this means is that the listed functions could not be found -- that usually means you either did not define them, misspelled a definition, or defined them but managed to exclude the file containing the definition from compilation.

The functions in question are:
CDlgAdvOptions::CDlgAdvOptionsCDlgAdvOptions::~CDlgAdvOptionsCSpeech::CSpeechCSpeech::~CSpeechCNetProApp::TalkCNetProApp::VoiceRecognitionCSpeech::Run

Do you have definitions for those functions? If so, show us.

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Um, yes? There's not much anyone of us can add to this.
The linker can't find the symbols mentioned.
Cleaning them up a bit, a few of them seem to be:
CSpeech::CSpeech()
CSpeech::CSpeech(void)

I know linker errors look scary, but they can be deciphered, and there's no magic in them. It simply states the symbols that some of your object files reference, but which it can't find definitions of.

Since I have absolutely no clue what your CSpeech class does, much less how it is defined, or how you call the compiler, I can't tell you how to fix it.

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