What is ScreenShot Reader?
Screenshot Reader is a separate extension that may need to be added on demand when you select the button from the Read&Write for Google Chrome web, Google Docs or Slides toolbars.
Why would someone need it?
Screenshot reader allows the user to have text read aloud to them.
What is it used for?
Screenshot Reader helps to make text accessible by reading images and pdf files that are otherwise inaccessible.
Where is it used?
Google Chrome extension used with Read&Write for Google Chrome.
- TextHelp Screenshot Reader (YouTube video viewing time: 1:06 mins)
Please Note: The information in this document can be found on the Read&Write for Google Chrome Screenshot Reader Texthelp webpage.
Installing Screenshot Reader
Please log into Google Chrome using your child’s account. The account username looks like this for all students: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your child’s student number and password is provided by their teacher.
If you are using a Chromebook and have logged in with this account: email@example.com. You will already be logged into Google Chrome.
If you require more assistance please visit: Instructions to log into Chrome
How to Use Screenshot Reader With Read&Write for Google Chrome
Screenshot Reader can be used Read&Write for Google Chrome web, Google Docs or Slides toolbars.
Click the Screenshot Reader button on the toolbar and your cursor will change to a crosshair (+). Select some text by holding your mouse button then release when text is selected.
How to Use ScreenShot Reader With A Website On Google Chrome
**The information in this document can be found in the Read&Write for Google Chrome Screenshot Reader Texthelp guide.