A: Yes! Most modern word processing programs allow users to save documents as .docx.
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
A: CAR uses the voices installed on the computer in use.
A: Open 'Speech Settings' (the Sprocket icon). Select the discipline from the drop-down menu.
A: The 'Help' menu of CAR lets you report bugs and provide feedback, or provide feedback online.
A: No, the Central Access Reader does not support 32-bit systems for Windows.
A: Yes! Central Access released the Mac OS version on 8/12/2013.
A: CAR was built without ad-ware, spyware, or viruses. Central Washington University installs CAR on all of its computers.
A: In order to install CAR on your computer, you will need to change your Gatekeeper settings: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT5290.
A: Use the heading styles built into every copy of Word. The headings will appear when you open the document in CAR. Learn more about how to add headings.
A: To add page navigation to your Word Document, style the page numbers with "Page Number" style in Word. You can also use "Page Number (DAISY)" style in word.
A: No. However, CAR does support math input within word (OMML or MathType entry only).
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