but I do not wish.
To read it with the distracting
ads and peripheral information.
So I'm going to use the immersive
reader to get directly to my text.
Just by going up here,
I click on this button or I do an F9.
This trips out all the other
peripheral information and you
can even have the text read aloud.
1st, I'll go to the text preferences.
I can enlarge the text size,
I can pick a theme,
let's pick that one.
I can also go to the grammar tools.
And here I can also activate the syllables.
And if I want the verbs shown.
In a different color in the paragraphs,
I just click here,
pick a color and activate verbs.
An If I want to identify the
labels for the red color,
I just activate this button
just like in a dictionary.
Another neat feature is
the reading preferences.
I can choose a line focus by
activating this button here.
Then I can scan up and down the text.
I can also go back to reading preferences
to choose one line at a time,
or three lines at a time or more.
You also have something that is
called the Picture dictionary.
So I'm going to activate this
button when I hover over the text,
a magic wand appears.
Click on the text and now you have an
image that represents the word school.
I could also have this text
translated instantly into
any language if it's Spanish.
I just activate the button here.
Anne instantly detects has
been switched to that language.
I can go back in here and pick
any language from this list.
But the beauty also is that I
can have it read back to me.
She started out as the school custodian.
Years later, she's its most beloved teacher.
By going on voice options you can select
the speed and more voice options.
For each language there is a
natural voice to pick from.
So remember to use the immersive
reader when you read articles online.