Re: Feedback Hub Link: Lack of Keyboard Shortcuts for Read Aloud Controls #w10pc
Immersive Reader is a group of features designed for people with dyslexia in Microsoft apps. It appears in the new Edge browser, and in Word - although there it's called Learning Tools. One of the features include in Immersive Reader is Read Aloud.
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Subject: [win10] Feedback Hub Link: Lack of Keyboard Shortcuts for Read Aloud Controls #w10pc
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