Microsoft Office web brings dictation for people with dyslexia inability

Microsoft is to launch its dictation feature for the web version of Office setup to ease people with dyslexia. The organization already introduced the first dictation feature for the desktop version earlier this year. For new, the initial addition of this attribute will be made on Online Word and OneNote and then will be carried forward to the other app. With such a great move, the American multinational technology company is helping those with writing issues. This dictation feature enables users to type without using a keyboard and just by voice.

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This is broadly benefiting users with the subscription of MS Office setup for education. Nevertheless, not only people with dyslexia will be more productive but also this feature will ease regular people, certainly raising the user graph. Moreover, Microsoft will soon add the real-time translation to its immersive reader to Word and Outlook online for all the supported devices, and OneNote for iPad, Mac, and Windows 10, as per the reports. This translation feature is aimed to support full-page translation and words or sentences translation into another language.

Microsoft Office setup has set another feature in the queue

As soon as the dictation feature is added, the organization will start working on getting along with the translation one. All the new addition of features will be done by the end of fall. Besides adding the voice dictation features, Microsoft also launched a completely new version of Office suite i.e., Office setup 2019. All in all, this year was a wonderful period for Microsoft to launch such big features and a productivity suite.

To utilize the dictation feature of the desktop version, go to Office.com/setup, install Office setup of valid license, and start typing by dictation. Soon you will be able to leverage the real-time translation feature with latest Office suite version.