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Computer tutorial, this tutorial will show you how to make a talking text file with your speakers.
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Hey guys, Ultimate Comp Help here. And today I'm going to showing you guys how to make a talking text file. Now by talking I mean literally words coming out of the computer. You don’t have to record anything coming out of your speakers. It’s that easy. All you want to do is just open up a Notepad by going to All Programs. Start. All Programs and then Accessories. And Notepad should be right there. Next what you want to do is paste in the code that I have in description. So let's just say STRtext and like brackets equals Enter Your Text Here and brackets. In quotes I mean, I'm sorry. You just want to replace Enter Your Text Here with something else. So it’s not going to open up a box or anything, so I'm going to give a good idea. You can make it say Stop Clicking Me. well exclamation points and question marks don’t really affect. So once you're done, go to File, Save As. Save it to wherever you want. I'm going to save it to the Desktop. And make this All Files, Save Type As. because if you don’t, it’s not going to work. And then save as whatever, so I'm going to put Click Me, dot. You have to put .VBS, it has to be. VBS. If it’s not .VBS, it’s not going to work. So make .VBS and click save. Once you're done, you can minimize or close that whether you're going to go ahead and edit anymore or not. And then when someone sees that, they’re probably going to go and click it. So I don’t know if you can hear this, when I click it. Default for Vista, it’s a woman’s voice. Default for XP, man’s voice. I don’t know why, it’s just Microsoft Sam for XP and for Windows Vista, it’s all like. I don’t know what her name is. I don’t know, if you know leave a comment. I don’t know ,you guys might not hear that, I'm not sure because I'm using my head set not my speakers. So, at first he’ll get paranoid and he’ll just keep constantly clicking it until you finally come into place and deleted and just save their lives. But anyway you can just keep on changing that and it’s pretty easy. It’s just the text that you write and as long as you follow the instruction and you should be done. So, yeah, thanks for watching. Please comment, rate, and subscribe. Peace.