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Make Excel Talk to You

This article is a fun one!

Did you know that you can make Excel talk to you? As in, you can make Excel speak through your speakers to tell you the content in the cells.

Here is how you can do it!

Step 1 – Add the Tools to Your Quick Access Toolbar

Click on the down arrow next to your quick access toolbar and select More Commands.

Under “Choose commands from,” select Commands Not in the Ribbon.

Scroll through the options until you get to the letter S. Select Speak Cells. And click the Add>> button.

Also, select Stop Speaking [Speak Cells- Stop Speaking Cells], and click the Add>> button.

Click on Ok, and you should now see the commands in your quick access toolbar.

Step 2 – Select the Cells

Next, select the cells that you want Excel to speak. Just click and drag to select the cells with your mouse.

Step 3 – Click the Speak Cells Command

With the cells selected, click on the Speak Cells command that you added to the quick access toolbar.

Excel will begin to read out the values in the cells. How cool is that!?

Step 4 – Click the Stop Speaking Command

To get Excel to stop speaking, click on the Stop Speaking command that you added to your quick access toolbar.

And that’s how you can get Excel to talk to you out loud! Who knew it could do such an incredible thing?

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