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Microsoft Word reads to you: How to use the Speak and Read Aloud commands



Can Microsoft Word Read For Me? Yes it can. The Speak feature was built into Microsoft Office (Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, etc.) back in version 2003. It was called Text to Speech (TTS) then and it worked a lot as it does now. Fortunately, it is a very simple procedure to install and use, so you can get started right away.

Add the Speak button to the Quick Access Toolbar

1. Click Customize Arrows on the Quick Access Toolbar.

2nd From the drop-down menu, select More Commands .

3rd On the screen Word Options > Customize the quick access tool find the box Select commands from and scroll down to the Number command.

4th Select the command Speak click the button Add in the middle of the screen, and then click OK .

5th Word adds the Speak command to the quick access toolbar at the end, and you're ready to go.

  001 add talk key to quick access toolbar JD Sartain / IDG Worldwide

Add Quick Access to Quick Access Toolbar

Click the Speak button to listen to your text

1. Make sure the system's speakers or audio devices are turned on.

2nd Select a paragraph of text and then click the command button Talk .

3rd Word reads which text is highlighted, even the entire document. Press Ctrl + A to select the entire document.

4th Click the Speak command button once to start the reading session, then click it again to quit. There is no pause and continuation option at the moment, but many users have requested this feature, so look for it in future versions.

Select the command Read Aloud

1. Another way to get your text read aloud in Word is to select the review tab > Read aloud .

The biggest advantage of Read Aloud as opposed to the Speak command. ..


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