Can Word Read You a Story? Here’s How to Activate the Feature

Do you ever wish you could have a story read to you? With the latest version of Microsoft Word, you can! Word now offers a feature that reads your documents aloud, allowing you to relax and listen to your favorite stories. Here’s how to activate the feature and start listening to your favorite stories in Word.

First, open the document that you want to have read to you. Then, click on the “Review” tab at the top of the page. You should see a button labeled “Read Aloud.” Click on this button and the text in the document will begin to be read to you.

If you want to customize the reading experience, click on the “Settings” button next to the “Read Aloud” button. This will open a window where you can adjust the reading speed and choose the voice that you want to read the text. You can also choose to have the text highlighted as it is being read, which can help you follow along with the story.

Once you are happy with the settings, click “OK” and the text will begin to be read to you. You can pause, rewind, and fast-forward the text as needed. When you are finished listening to the story, click the “Stop” button to end the reading session.

Word’s “Read Aloud” feature is an excellent way to enjoy your favorite stories without having to read them yourself. It’s also a great way to improve your comprehension of the text, as you can follow along with the highlighted words and adjust the reading speed as needed. So, if you’re looking for a way to relax and enjoy a good story, give Word’s “Read Aloud” feature a try.

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