Free Dyslexia Font

Last week a colleague asked me if there was a way to access the OpenDyslexic dyslexia font that is included in the iReadWrite iPad App in other programs such as Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, etc… Turns out that several others had the same question so I thought a blog post on the topic may be helpful.  This also works out great time-wise because October is National Dyslexia Awareness Month.

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7 Google Search Tips Worth Learning

In case you haven’t noticed from many of our recent posts, Texthelp has gone Google with our new Read&Write for Google Chrome™ extension. Continuing with the theme of providing useful tips for Google users, this week’s post lists seven search tips to make finding information quicker than ever. Also, be sure to keep an eye out for an upcoming post on new features coming to Read&Write for Google Chrome soon. Trust me, you won’t want to miss it!


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Accessing ePubs in Google Drive

Google Drive is best known as a site you visit to create and access Google Documents, Spreadsheets, Presentations and Forms.  However, you can also use Google Drive as a storage area for many other file types including images, PDFs, Microsoft Office documents, audio files and more.

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Free Text to Speech for Google Docs

Read&Write for Google Chrome™ is a Chrome extension that works on Macs, PCs and Chromebooks using the Google Chrome web browser. The extension can be downloaded for free on the Google Chrome web store and is packed with features ranging from text to speech to a picture dictionary, vocabulary tools and much more.

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