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    Microsoft is bringing dictation first to Word and OneNote online in an effort to help students with dyslexia.

    Microsoft today announced that it is the first company to sign the Made by Dyslexia pledge, which aims to give people with dyslexia around the world access to technology that can help them "excel in their academic journey, and in life."

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    10-15-2018 06:00 PM

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