How to turn on text captions for spoken dialog in Windows 7?
Do you have difficulty in hearing sound notifications on your Windows 7-based PC? Do you want to switch over to text caption notifications for spoken dialog, but don’t know how to go for it. Look below for your solutions.
Text captions for spoken dialog option causes Windows to display text captions in place to make sounds to indicate that it is conducting an activity on the computer. For instance, when it starts or finishes printing a document, an alert or notification is displayed).
You can make Windows display notifications in text caption for spoken dialog with some simple steps only, but don’t know how to go about it. No issues. Here’s a solution to your problem:
- Click 'Start' and select 'Control Panel'.
- Click 'Ease of Access' and then click 'Ease of Access Center'.
- Click 'Use text or visual alternatives for sounds'.
- Select the checkbox next to 'Turn on text captions for spoken dialog'.
- Click 'OK'.
So, finally you got to turn on text caption for spoken dialog in a very simple manner. Don’t you think these steps have made your process short and simple? We have also given a video solution for your help. You can go through it to further simplify your process.