Find your own voice

13th October 2000 at 01:00
KeyStone ScreenSpeaker (pound;250) uses a voice synthesiser to help people with reading and writing difficulties produce written work on the computer. It works with Microsoft Word and Dragon System voice recogntion products, and includes homophone checker to differentiate between words that sound similar but have different spellings. From Words Worldwide.

Tel: 01661 860999

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