Q: Will CAR work if I don't have Microsoft Word installed on my system?
Q: Can I save documents to Word (.docx), if I don't own Microsoft Word?
A: Yes! Most modern word processing programs allow users to save documents as .docx.
Q: How do I insert math into my word document?
A: CAR supports Word's Equation Editor and MathType equation entry.
Equation Editor is built into every modern copy of Microsoft Word: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/word-help/where-is-equation-editor-HA0...
MathType is proprietary software by Design Science: http://www.dessci.com/en/products/mathtype/default.htm
Q: Why are my TTS voices limited, and why does it differ between computers?
A: CAR uses the voices installed on the computer in use.
Q: How do I change the way CAR reads math?
A: Open 'Speech Settings' (the Sprocket icon). Select the discipline from the drop-down menu.
Q: I've noticed problems or I have ideas to make CAR better. How do I let Central Access know?
A: The 'Help' menu of CAR lets you report bugs and provide feedback, or provide feedback online.
Q: Does CAR support 32-bit systems for Windows?
A: No, the Central Access Reader does not support 32-bit systems for Windows.
Q: Does CAR support Mac OS?
A: Yes! Central Access released the Mac OS version on 8/12/2013.
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