We have tested all of our products with Microsoft Office 2016 for Windows, and all of our products work fine. (Read more…)
Traditionally you purchased Microsoft Office on DVD for a one-off charge and installed it onto your computer (or it was pre-installed for you). Nowadays you can get Microsoft Office online as a subscription service, and Microsoft has branded this Office 365. You pay per month and can download and install Microsoft Word 2016, Excel 2016, PowerPoint 2016 and so on. When installed, these are just like previous versions of Office: they work offline, and ClaroRead works perfectly with them. You’ve simply obtained them differently.
How to solve problems using ClaroRead and other Claro products with Microsoft Word.
When saving a PDF file with Adobe Acrobat it is possible to specify a variety of security settings. These can interfere with the ability of ClaroRead to read from the PDF. It can also prevent ClaroRead (and Scan2Text) from scanning from the PDF. Below are details of how security settings affect ClaroRead and how to save a document in Adobe Acrobat so that it can be read and scanned by ClaroRead.
- When spell checking in Word 2011, selecting a word from the list of suggestions and clicking change does not update Word with the new spelling but just moves onto the next spelling error.
ClaroRead is not currently compatible with the Click-to-Run version of Microsoft Office. (Read more…)
ClaroRead will speak from Office Starter Edition using mouse select. To do this, highlight the text you want to be read out, ClaroRead should then speak this text. Click and Play functionality as well as highlighting in Microsoft Office Starter Edition is currently unsupported.
An update to ClaroRead V4 is required to allow it to work with Word 2011, please download and run ClaroUp to update.