How To Convert Microsoft Word File To Audio File With AudioDocs

How To Convert Microsoft Word File To Audio File With AudioDocs

It is tiresome to read books or word file on computer for long time or if you are book reading lover, sometime you are so much busy with work and do not get time to read. So you can convert your word documents to sound file and can hear the audio of that word file while you get time or during travelling. Having number of such free text to speech software are available Audio Docs is one among them. It is open source program that convert Microsoft word file to audio

Now for what you wait, Download Audio Docs and install it on your computer, turn on your computer speaker to hear your text file to audio. Once installed a simple interface window will appear with its icon MS word to Audio Docs, double click on it. After clicking the app will ask to browse Ms word file from your computer. Select the word file you want to convert into .wav audio format.


After selecting the word file to convert into audio file anew window with more options like TTS voices (Text To Speech) from list you can select the voice like Microsoft David, Hazel and Zira. Second option will be speaking rate this option allow you to select the speed of voice and the last option is volume, you can select the output volume level. It ranges from 0 to 100. After selecting all the three options, click create Audio Docs Button to convert text file to Audio file. 

MS word to audio docs

The only lacking feature of this app is MP3 format support. Audio Docs works on MS windows 2007,  vista and windows 8 

The File size of Audio Docs is 52 MB and in zip format.

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