Read&Write

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 About

Read&Write is a comprehensive productivity tool designed to support reading, writing, studying, and research. The customizable toolbar is compatible with several common applications. Highlighted features include:

  • Text to Speech - read and listen to content for better comprehension.
  • Vocabulary list builder - create vocabulary lists with definitions for studying.
  • Speech maker - create an MP3 version of your text for on-the-go listening.
  • Highlighter tool - gather and organize information on the web by highlighting and then gathering those highlights in Microsoft Word.
  • Scan - scan PDFs and make them searchable and accessible.

Any active K-State student, faculty, or staff can download Read&Write for home or office use at no cost. An eID and password are required.

 Audience

  • Students
  • Faculty
  • Staff

 Details  

Select your operating system below for installation instructions. 

  1. Download Read&Write for Windows.
  2. Right-click setup.zip and click Extract All.
  3. In the window that opens, click Extract
  4. Double-click the setup folder and then double-click read-write.exe.
  5. Click Accept and Install. After a short time Read&Write will be installed on your computer. 
  6. Double-click the Read&Write icon on your Desktop.
  7. Click the Read&Write tab at the top of your screen. This will open a web browser.
  8. Click Sign in with Microsoft. 
  9. Type your K-State email address into the box.
  10. Click Work or school account and then use your Kansas State University eID to sign in.
  1. Download Read&Write for MacOS.
  2. Double-click the read&write.dmg.
  3. Drag and drop the Read&Write icon on the Applications folder and then wait for the copy to finish.


  4. Double-click the Applications folder and then double-click Read&Write.
  5. A window will open warning you it is downloaded from the internet. Click Open.
  6. Click Sign in with Microsoft.
  7. Type your K-State email address into the box.
  8. Click Work or school account and then use your Kansas State University eID to sign in. If prompted to approve permissions click Accept

 

Details

Article ID: 869
Created
Tue 9/13/22 2:57 PM
Modified
Fri 12/9/22 8:35 AM