Just in case your mind wasn’t blown by combining the power of the Math tools with the power of Immersive Reader, we saved the trifecta for today. How about Math tools, Immersive Reader and Translation? Yeah, it’s all in OneNote. Welcome to Day 19 of 365 Ideas for Office 365.
We’ve covered each of these separately at the links above, and we covered Math and Immersive Reader together here just yesterday, so this will be a really short post. Once you have opened the steps for solving the problem in Immersive Reader, the third tab (line Focus) is where you will find the Translation tools. You can choose from 68 languages, and you can choose to just translate individual words, which you will see and hear read aloud when you click on them, or you can translate the entire “document”, which in this case is the steps to solve the problem.
That’s it- beautifully simple, and incredibly accessible.
With OneNote, you don’t have to choose between accessibility tools. You can layer them on top of each other. The translation tool in Immersive Reader simply add the ability to use all the other tools in OneNote and Immersive reader in many other languages. The rich variety of accessibility tools within Immersive Reader in turn make the other powerful tools built into OneNote easy to read and comprehend.
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