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Clipboard Speaker is a free text-to-speech and speech synthesis software, designed specifically to read the selected text. The software can convert the text from any source, such as documents, emails, or any other application. Once the selected text is pasted to the clipboard, the application will automatically start reading the text. Once reading is complete, the software will output the spoken version to either the default audio device or it can be saved as an audio file, or exported as a text file.
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There is a professional variant of Clipboard Speaker, which can also read PDF, DOC, and XLS files.
A component of the program is Clipboard Notes. It can read any copied content, and it even has an option to record notes in the clipboard, or to create a speech and text document from them. When you create a Clipboard Notes file, you can share it to the Clipboard Speaker, and it can play it.
Clipboard Speaker can’t read PDF, DOC or XLS files as a standalone application, but it can be used as a component of another program.
You have to install an active directory package before you can use the Administrator account.
If you set the Administrator password, make sure to set a longer password, or else no one will be able to use it.
Thank you! This is a great program! It has made my life easier.
Is it possible to have a read only version of this program?
I don’t want my children to be able to change text, or worse, delete it.
If you want to use it like that, just install it. You can create a read only version of the application and run it with the –readonly switch. You could even set a password to prevent people from changing any clipboard entries.
I tested a previous version of Clipboard Speaker, and there were a couple of glitches that were fixed in the latest version. It should be more stable now.
Hello mvanb… it is the read only version that you’re looking for, right?
As of right now, it’s not possible to set a password to prohibit users from changing clipboard entries. A keyboard lock for this functionality is being developed. Meanwhile, a couple of modifications have been made to make it more stable.
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ClipBoard Speaker is an application that has a simple purpose – to be able to read any text that you copy to your clipboard. Of course, it can do more than that, but that’s what we’ll focus on here.
It may not have all the options that a dedicated text-to-speech program does, but it still does its job quite well.
Minor enhancements and bug fixes
Fix some bugs
Clipboard Speaker allows you to read any text from your clipboard (copied from your web browser) and save it as a wav or mp3 file. The program isn’t as feature packed as some other dedicated reading programs, but it’s still a very handy tool that will help people with disabilities or vision impairments who need to read text.
The audio is saved as a wav file that contains the speech synthesis info, a MP3 file without the speech synthesis info, and a tags file. All files are easy to edit and to convert to other formats.
Clipboard Speaker allows you to save text into your clipboard as a wav or mp3 file.
✓ Read any text that you copy to your clipboard.
✓ Save text to the clipboard.
✓ Edit tags files for multiple files.
✓ Convert audio files to any format.
✓ Convert text into HTML.
✓ Load text from different files.
✓ Modify text as you type.
✓ Export text from the interface.
✓ Export text to HTML.
✓ Export text as an audio file.
✓ Export text to MP3, WAV, and wav file.
✓ Export text as a tags file.
✓ Display text in user-defined font sizes.
✓ Display text in user-defined font styles.
✓ Choose between default Microsoft voices or your own.
✓ Customize the appearance of the interface.
✓ Export the current view of the program’s interface.
✓ Save the current view of the program’s interface.
✓ Save all changes to the program’s interface as HTML.
✓ Read or listen to any text that you copy to your clipboard.
✓ Clipboard history that you can save and load.
✓ Use short cuts like CTRL +
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Gets the text of any selected text.What it can’t do: Cannot’ replicate the features of Microsoft’s speech recognition programs. It can’t read entire text or translate text from another language.Free version of the software: Yes, Trial VersionClick on the link to the free version of the software below to download the full version.Download ClipBoard Speaker
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A short post from our friends at Be A Geek, with help from the software’s author, Bill Barnett.
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Before I tell you what I have found, let me tell you what it is I have found that is so wrong with how reading is done today. Most people read with two fingers and a thumb. Two fingers for the page, and a thumb for the next page.
This is not what I do. I use the index fingers of both hands. In one hand I grip the left edge of the paper. In the other, I grip the right edge.
This requires a little learning to get the grip just right. But I think you will find that the results are worth it. I can now read with ease, and I can skip whole pages of a book with just a single finger. It is a huge improvement.
Another thing I have found, is that as I get older, I can no longer grip books to keep them from slipping. Books are heavy and slip around too easily. So I have to use this method, or I have to use a book holder.
A book holder is basically a bar that holds the pages in the right position. This works great, but it is expensive. For this reason I use the simpler method.
When you start out, you may not be able to use this method as easily as I can. It does take a little getting used to. But once you get the hang of it, you will never want to read books
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