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*If you have Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader installed on your computer, PDF Aloud will automatically default to installing in Acrobat.  If you would like them to be installed in both follow these steps:   
 
*If you have Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader installed on your computer, PDF Aloud will automatically default to installing in Acrobat.  If you would like them to be installed in both follow these steps:   
 
*#Navigate on your computer to C: > Program Files > Adobe > Acrobat 9.0 > Acrobat > plug_ins
 
*#Navigate on your computer to C: > Program Files > Adobe > Acrobat 9.0 > Acrobat > plug_ins
*#Copy the folder called '''Texthelp''' (do not delete it)
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*#Copy the folder called ''Texthelp'' (do not delete it)
 
*#Then move to C: > Program Files > Adobe > Reader 9.0 > Reader > plug_ins and paste the Texthelp folder in here
 
*#Then move to C: > Program Files > Adobe > Reader 9.0 > Reader > plug_ins and paste the Texthelp folder in here
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*#Restart Adobe Reader and you will see the plug-in installed
 
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Revision as of 08:57, 11 May 2011

PDF Aloud by TextHelp
TextHelp Logo PDF Aloud by Texthelp is used to access and read PDF documents.
 

Description

PDF Aloud by Texthelp dynamically speech enables any accessible Adobe Acrobbat PDF file with dual highlighting. The PDFaloud toolbar also provides options for controlling voice output settings, using a dictionary and calculator, and searching the internet.

Training & Resources

Troubleshooting

  • If you have Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader installed on your computer, PDF Aloud will automatically default to installing in Acrobat. If you would like them to be installed in both follow these steps: 
    1. Navigate on your computer to C: > Program Files > Adobe > Acrobat 9.0 > Acrobat > plug_ins
    2. Copy the folder called Texthelp (do not delete it)
    3. Then move to C: > Program Files > Adobe > Reader 9.0 > Reader > plug_ins and paste the Texthelp folder in here
    4. Restart Adobe Reader and you will see the plug-in installed


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