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Dec
2008

How to convert documents to audio files

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Being able to read news, articles and posts is a great thing, above all if you have some nice time to relax and do whatever you want at ease. But what do you do if you don’t have any time and you always need to do everything in a hurry? A quick reply to this question is to listen to what you want to read, so that you will be able to do many things at the same time. If you are unfamiliar with the sentence “listen to what you want to read”, then you’d better continue reading to find out what I am talking about.

iSpeech is a nice online utility which lets you convert any documents into audio files. The way it works is pretty simple. Cut-and-paste your whole document or part of it into the text to speech box and click convert text. Alternatively you can also upload the document itself. That’s it! Once the document is in, it will be automatically converted and right after that it will also auto-play. iSpeech’s most important features include:

  • You can upload any document you want including: Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Adobe Acrobat, Rich Text File, Blogs, RSS news feeds, hypertext markup language (DOC, DOCX, PPT, PPTX, XLS, XLSX, PDF, RTF, HTML).
  • Once the documents has been converted in a MP3 file you will be able to listen to it right away, download it, pod cast it, burn it or even embed it on any webpage that supports html including: MySpace, Blogger, etc.

If you want to know more, visit the official website.




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