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Click the Text Editor icon again to switch to handwriting mode. This mode enables handwriting recognition and converts handwritten letters and words on a touch-screen device to typed text.
 
Click the Text Editor icon again to switch to handwriting mode. This mode enables handwriting recognition and converts handwritten letters and words on a touch-screen device to typed text.
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# Using your fingers or a pen tool, write on the myViewBoard canvas.
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# Using your fingers or a pen tool, write on the Whiteboard canvas.
 
# Click on the new icon that appears on the Floating Bar to convert your handwriting to text. If you click something else (like the Select tool), any handwriting input is discarded.
 
# Click on the new icon that appears on the Floating Bar to convert your handwriting to text. If you click something else (like the Select tool), any handwriting input is discarded.
      
<gallery widths="400px" heights="225px">
 
<gallery widths="400px" heights="225px">
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Conversion of user handwriting to text uses the current font size of the text editor. To adjust the size of the converted text, select the text tool and set your preferred font size before proceeding with the handwriting process.
 
Conversion of user handwriting to text uses the current font size of the text editor. To adjust the size of the converted text, select the text tool and set your preferred font size before proceeding with the handwriting process.
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==Text-to-Speech Support==
 
==Text-to-Speech Support==
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* The system's speakers are working correctly and are set at a safe volume
 
* The system's speakers are working correctly and are set at a safe volume
 
<section end=texttospeech/>
 
<section end=texttospeech/>
   
==Speech-to-Text Support==
 
==Speech-to-Text Support==
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<section begin=speechtotext/>
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<u>Users can also input text via dictation (voice input) if the system has been configured to use speech-to-text (STT):</u>
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Users can also input text via dictation (voice input) if the system has been configured to use speech-to-text (STT):
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# Click the Text tool [[File:I-text-editor-T.svg|25px|link=]], then click on an area of the canvas to insert text.
 
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# Click the Text tool, then click on an area of the canvas to insert text.
   
# Verify that the cursor is active on the writing area.
 
# Verify that the cursor is active on the writing area.
 
# If the hardware supports it, click the microphone icon on the on-screen keyboard.   
 
# If the hardware supports it, click the microphone icon on the on-screen keyboard.   
# Start speaking / reading the text to insert.  
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# Start speaking/reading the text to insert.  
# myViewBoard inserts the text on the canvas. Users might need to correct the inserted text after the procedure.
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# Whiteboard inserts the text on the canvas. Users might need to correct the inserted text after the procedure.
 
      
Before using speech-to-text:  
 
Before using speech-to-text:  
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* Verify that the system's microphone is working correctly
 
* Verify that the system's microphone is working correctly
 
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<section begin=speechtotext/>
 
==Immersive Reader==
 
==Immersive Reader==
  
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