I have been using Leopard for more than a week now…and I am discovering new things everyday…which is the same with any operating system really 😀 The “artificial voice” (think its called Alex) in Leopard sounds a lot better and is quite close to human voice (at most of the time), but you do laugh at times when it do sound like a robot 😉 Anyway, with the speech service, you can let your Mac read out documents / lecture notes / eBooks to you! Its great for lazy people like me 🙂
It’s fine to use it once or twice, but if you use it to read some PDFs and you have to go through the menu everytime…its a bit too much for me 😦 So I’ve decided to give it a keyboard shortcut key so we can save ourselves a bit of time 😀 Here is how we can do this:
Now you are ready to go!
Try it out on some PDF files and let your Mac to read you a bed time story 😀