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Shareware (Free to try)
3.23 MB
Windows (All Versions)
Qwerty Studios(more)
Publisher's Descriptions
1st Read It Aloud! will read the selected text from any Windows application. Just select desired text, press hotkey, and enjoy! Make your documents, emails, web pages, books and thoughts sound!

Configure volume, speed and pitch of speech. Create Voice Slots to use different hot keys for different voices! I am sure, this program will become your best friend. Enjoy!

You can download 1st Read It Aloud! free here.
System Requirements
Pentium III 500 MHz 64 MB RAM 5 MB Hard Disk Sound card

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