iWord Quick Users Guide

Lunedì 03 Settembre 2012 16:08 Gianluca Natalini
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iWord PRO Quick Users Guide

INDEX

  1. Introduction to iWord PRO
  2. Start a new document.
  3. Interface Controls
  4. Fingers Controls
  5. Import, edit and save documents
  6. “Speech to Text” using Siri
  7. “Text to Speech” using Siri
  8. Save the written document
  9. Documents archive, DOC, PDF, HTML file sharing
  10. Ending

 

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iWord PRO Quick Users Guide - EN PDF

 

Enable "Text to Speech" into iWord PRO:

1. Launch “Settings” and tap on “General”
2. Scroll down to “Accessibility” and tap on “Speak Selection” ("Pronuncia selezione")
3. Slide the “Speak Selection” ("Pronuncia selezione") to “ON” and adjust the “Speaking Rate” ("Velocità voce") slider to an appropriate setting
4. Open iWord PRO app and load a written document from the documents archive or copy/paste the document text from the web or from another installed app
5. Tap on the text of the loaded document to show the keyboard
6. Tap once more on the text to show the selection menu: press on "Select" and choose the text that You want to select or press on "Select All" to select all the document
7. Press on "Speak" to speak the selected text

 

iWord multi languages dictionary:

- Select a written word (double tap on a written word to select it)
- Choose "Define" to visualize the dictionary window
- To download the desired languages for the dictionary press the button "Manage" (in the dictionary window) and press the button with a "cloud + down arrow" icon (to download the desired languages)

 

iWord PRO - Trailer (YouTube)

Watch the YouTube "iWord PRO - Trailer" (click here to see the video).


 


 

EXPORT THE WRITTEN DOCUMENTS USING HTML CODE

 

How to set the page margins for a generic document previously written with iWord PRO and exported using HTML code?

- write Your document using iWord PRO (do not think to the page margins now)
- save the document and send it to Your MAC or PC (choose HTML in the documents archive)
- unzip the zip file
- edit the "document.html" file using a plain text editor or an HTML editor (like Xcode - You have to see the HTML tags)
- insert the style="margin-top:50px; margin-bottom:50px; margin-left:50px; margin-right:50px" in the tag <body ...insert here the style...> (at the beginning of the document, in the first body tag; set the pixels for the margin that You prefer: in this example 50px means 50 pixels)
- save the edited "document.html" file
- open the edited "document.html" file with Safari / Internet Explorer / Firefox and press for example "File -> export to PDF" to create Your PDF document with the margins

 

iWord templates - documents with margins ("px" means "pixels"):

To use them:
- press the DM<n> link (using for example Safari)
- Open In (choose iWord PRO)

You can also create Your own DM<n> (personal document with margins template) by modifying the <body style=...> in the "document.html" file (contained in the DM<n>.zip files) - for example, You can modify:
style="margin-top:50px; margin-bottom:150px; margin-left:20px; margin-right:10px"
using the margins dimension that You prefer for the "px" (pixels) value.

 

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