At this age, speeches are a common thing. Whether you’re in the position to consult, teach, or present, dialogue is important. To perfect your work’s readability, here is a list of three recommendations that’ll make your work presentation ready.
Spell check Type your speeches into a word document, such as Microsoft Word. This program has a feature called “spell check”. Spell check is a tool that identifies and corrects mistakes in a document.
To access spell check:
1. Open a new document in Microsoft Word
2. Click on the Review tab
3. Locate the Proofing group (Proofing group is located on the left side of the toolbar)
4. Spell Check (also known as “ABC Spelling & Grammar”) should be the first option locate in the proofing group.
Text-to-speech software Google translate is popularly used for not only translating words and phrases to 101 different languages, but it is also used as a text-to-speech tool. Text-to-speech software can be a helpful tool for editors and writers. It allows users to type in words and phrases and it outputs an audio version as well as a translated version of the original text. Having the audio version makes it easier for users to catch mistakes because they are audible.
Make it audio. There are hundreds of text-to-speech programs that perform one of the same functions (audio text) as Google Translate. Some programs even allow users to download their inputted text to mp3 files.
If users have proofread, edit with spell check, and replayed their text using Google Translate, then converting the text to an mp3 file is a sure sign that your writing is close- if not ready- to being presented. Furthermore, uploading the mp3 file on your smartphone and listening to it [while on the go] will help users become more familiar with their text and can simplify future edits.