Get your computer to narrate a text file

Making user of Windows PowerShell and the SpeechSynthesizer Class

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    Brilliant! I can't begin to tell you how helpful this will be for me :D. I've got a lot of scripts running on my PC, servers, etc... that I'm converting over to PowerShell - some of them have audio notifications, but this is far easier for me (as I can add dynamic audio notification that speak useful information).

    I may have come across a problem in part of the article demo though - PowerShell doesn't seem to like it when I tried using single quotation marks like this:

    I needed to use double quotation marks to get it working on my system:

     
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    Thanks for pointing that out Ian

    That was my mistake - I should have typed speech marks there --- corrected now.
     
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