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Microsoft has released a software add-on to help those who have difficulty reading printed documents turn Word documents into audio files, PC World reports. The "Save as DAISY XML" add-on makes it easier to create audio books from text files, and it was developed by Microsoft, Sonata Software, and the Digital Accessible Information System (DAISY) Consortium as an open-source project. It can be downloaded free of charge and is compatible Microsoft Word 2007, Word
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