A speech enabled encyclopedic dictionary and thesaurus. Uses built in speech or existing screen reader. Contains 250,000 word entries and is fully searchable. Can be used with other programs or as a standalone program. Amazing low price.
Jan 3, 2016 21:42:38
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Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
Talking Event Scheduler 3.8.1 Talking Event Scheduler is very a simple yet very effective speech enabled scheduler. It allows you to schedule limitless events (or alarms) with associated message text and is an invaluable tool for those who have trouble getting organized.
Description: A speech enabled encyclopedic dictionary and thesaurus. Uses built in speech or existing screen reader.
Contains 250,000 word entries and is fully browsable. Database includes placenames, historical figures, slang and jargon. Updated with over 8500 new words. Can be used with other programs or as a standalone program. Designed for computers running Microsoft Windows 95 onwards and has been optimized for Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP.
Can now be used from within other Windows programs, such as Microsoft Word and Microsoft Notepad, etc. Spell checker rewritten and improved.
Can search for words when letters are missing from the input. For partially sighted users the text size can easily be adjusted. Word list is browsable like an electronic book. Annotations can be made to any word entry. CD version supplied with 4 free useful and fun talking products. Amazing low price for such an invaluable product.
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