Is there any alternative to READPLEASE software???

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    is there anysoftware better than read please that can also read pdf if possible ;)
     
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    Hmm.. AFIR Adobe Reader too have inbuilt text to voice reader ...
     
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    yeah .. Acrobat Reader 6 has voice reader ..

    but my in Acrobat Reader all the options in "Read Out Loud" menu are disabled ...
    in any file i open ..
    y can that be?
     
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    Lol suhas_sm , AFIR = As far as I remember .. :p .. Sorry.. I used my college lingo here .. :p ...

    Well alib_i .. may you dont have any TTS ( Text to speech ) engine installed ... Btw . .. I have removed all except 3 plugins through Acrobat Speedup .. :p ..
     
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    Willow Talk is one such software. It can read out text as well as save the voice to a *.wav file....Unfortunately willow talk is no longer available or supported.

    You can do a google search and get willow talk or send me your mail ID so that i can send you the software by mail.

    PS:- willow talk is freeware and you can distribute it freely... :twisted:
     
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    Guessd so.....nevermind :)
    i tried textaloud its good ...atleast the trail one is good ! at&t natural voices looks good too.
    adobe has one i never knew :oops:
     
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    i have ..
    i actually use it to read .lit files
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