|23 Jul 2010||#1|
Using built in text to speech function
I would like to use the text to speech function built in to Windows 7 to have my computer read Word and PDF files aloud. I can find the place to select the voice and reading speed, but can not figure out how to activate the text to speech function to read my documents. I should mention that I don't have a visual impairment so am not using the narrarator option. Any suggestions would be appreciated!
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|26 Jul 2010||#3|
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Enjoy, and I hope I've helped with text-to-speech, just click on "Start Narrator" from Ease of Access then click on the windows header of that you wish to have read aloud.
You might find this tutorial helpfull,...
Text to Speech Shortcut - Create
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