Join Dennis Taylor for an in-depth discussion in this video Activate the Speak On Enter and Speak Cells features, part of Excel Tips Weekly.
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- [Narrator] Excel has a not-so-well-known feature…called Speak on Enter.…And although it could be the subject of fun and games,…it does have a number of potential uses.…In this worksheet, you could imagine possibly…typing in some numbers.…You wanna know if they're correct.…Sometimes you might do what might be called…heads down typing.…I'm gonna put in some numbers here, perhaps.…Every time I press enter, I might want to hear…that number announced back to me, by way of Speak on Enter.…Now, let's start with this idea.…
You will not find any of these features…on any of the standard tabs as we see them here…in the Excel ribbon menu system.…However, if you right click the Quick Access Toolbar,…or just click the arrow on the right, the drop arrow,…Customize Quick Access Toolbar,…and go to More Commands.…In this dialogue box you will not find such entries…under Popular Commands,…but click the arrow above Commands Not in the Ribbon.…And scroll down into the letter S…and we will see a few entries here…that you might want to consider using.…
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