If the version you are running does not have a Font button, you can download the update, or refer to the notes below for options.
To download TTSAPP.exe with Font button/Font support, select zip or exe and follow instructions.
Download TTSAPP.exe (820KB) (MD5: 480d4dd57627bfaa14f2bf844b46b22f) 9/13/2013
Download TTSAPP.exe as Zip TTSAPP.zip (72KB) (MD5: 050307397c304a7f53e6798c62b8d643) 9/13/2013
Work with new version - Select Font as desired. Last selected Font will be used when opening Text-To-Speech
- Download selected file and note download location
- If zip, right-click, and Extract all to obtain TTSAPP.exe
- As Administrator, rename TTSAPP.exe in \Program Files\ONSCREEN or \Program Files\OnScreen with CrossScanner as TTSAPP.old
- Copy new TTSAPP.exe from download location into appropriate \Program Files location
- Font information is saved in TTSAPP.INI, which is saved in same folder as TTSAPP.exe - for newer versions of windows, actual file will be in Virtual Store location for user - see \Users\[User]\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Program Files\ONSCREEN, etc.
- This update will roll into any future releases that are created from new builds
If using the older one without font support, you can refer to the following:
Now if you type/work with the text box, it should preserve the pasted font info.
- Open WordPad (Start | type "wordpad" | Enter, or Programs | Accessories | WordPad)
- Select a font/size/bold that is easy to read.
- Type some text
- Select All/Copy (Ctrl-A | Ctrl-C)
- Switch to Text-To-Speech utility
- Paste into text area - it should keep the font
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