Turn your PDF’s into Audio Books

Mar 20, 2011 @ 12:15 pm by HackingManual

Adobe reader will read your PDF’s outloud for you so you don’t have to.  This makes it simple to listen to your long PDF’s instead of reading them. If you have an audio recorder you can even record these PDF’s to an MP3 file to listen to later on your iPod.  adobe reader icon 150x150 Turn your PDFs into Audio Books

Open your PDF with adobe reader
Click View
Then Read outloud and activate read outloud
Click View again, Read outloud, and then read to the end of the document.
Now if you want to skip the introduction or a couple pages just click on the paragraph you want to skip to and it will skip and start reading from that paragraph or page.

The computer voice is a little rough around the edges but it’s still a very neat feauture and I hope they improve upon this and maybe even add a feature to convert the pdf into an audio book built in. So you could just convert it and transfer it to your iPod.

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