In this video, you will learn how to use Read Mode in Learning Tools in Word to have document content read aloud while improving your reading skills with text spacing adjustments, showing breaks between syllables, and highlighting text as it's read.
- [Instructor] Here in Microsoft Word, Read Mode,…also known as Focus Mode sees some enhancements.…Let's go to the View tab,…and switch over to Read Mode, by selecting it here,…at the beginning of the ribbon.…You can also switch to Read Mode down at the bottom…right-hand corner, on your status bar.…This changes our layout, so we can focus on reading content.…Less concerned about formatting and layout of our document.…We have the navigation arrows to move from page to page.…But there are some enhancements…to make it even easier to read our content.…
Let's go to the View menu up top.…And from here, go down to Page Color.…If you want to change your page color from none,…the default, to something like Sepia,…you may find that easier on the eyes.…Let's go back to View, and switch it to Inverse.…Depending on your environment,…this may be easier on your eyes.…We'll go back to View now,…and switch the page color back to None.…Another option from the View menu,…is under Layout.…
Here we can change from column layout to paper layout.…
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