The Calculator program that ships with Mac OS X includes a speech feature that can be used to create a talking calculator. When this feature is enabled, Calculator will speak each number as it is pressed, providing additional feedback to students.

Preview is the default program for opening PDF documents on the Mac. Preview’s speech feature can read PDF documents using the system voices built into Mac OS X.

The Windows 7 speech recognition can be used to simulate mouse functions such as right-clicking, double-clicking and scrolling with a mouse wheel.

The Windows 7 speech recognition feature can be used to dictate and edit documents. This document covers the most commonly used commands for dictation with the Windows 7 speech recognition feature.

The Windows 7 speech recognition feature allows you touse your voice to control your computer. This tutorial covers some of the most commonly used commands for the speech recognition feature.

Windows 7 includes a speech recognition feature you canuse to control your computer and even dictate entiredocuments. This feature is found in the Ease of Access Center of the Control Panel.

TextEdit, the text editor built into Mac OS X, includes a text to speech feature that will read back any text you type into the editor. Using the Services feature built into Mac OS X, you can use the text to speech built into TextEdit to create a recording of your text you can play in iTunes or on your iPod.

The Speech Recognition feature in Mac OS X can be used to control the computer with your voice.

The Text to Speech feature is useful for users who have low vision but do not use a screenreader.

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