Word Tip of the Week: Use ‘Read Aloud’ for Proofreading
WORD TIP OF THE WEEK: USE ‘READ ALOUD’ FOR PROOFREADING
If you’re an audio learner, you’ve probably wished that you could listen to a Word document instead of reading it.
Good news: there’s a Word feature that allows you to do just that. Activating the Read Aloud feature is also a great proofreading tool to use after Spell Check.
To activate Read Aloud:
- Select the text that you want Word to read.
- Go to Review -> Read Aloud.
- A control panel will appear. Press the play button.
For more helpful tips, check out our other “Word Tips of the Week.”
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