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What does TWP stand for?

TWP stands for Talking Word Processor (software)

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  • Information technology (IT) and computers

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a talking word processor that helps students improve the content and quality of writing and apply convention skills during the revisions, editing and publishing stages of writing; and Co: Writer.
They would use the talking word processor to write notes to people and to write stories whenever they wanted.
0, a new application that converts documents, web pages, and other printed material into audio files; -- Scan and Read and Scan and Read Pro, two easy-to-use reading tools that converts scanned books, magazines, or other documents into spoken text (Scan and Read Pro supports twelve different languages); -- Text Cloner and Text Cloner Pro, two Optical Character Recognition (OCR) tools minus internal text reader, that provides a non-verbal alternative to Scan and Read; -- Complete Reading System, an easy-to-use reading package designed for non-computer users that eliminates the need for both a screen reader and a mouse; -- Talking Word Processor, designed for individuals who have difficulty with reading and writing.
Some technological tools include: Talking word processors that allow the computer to repeat words that are typed; voice recognition programs, which has the computer write a word that the user speaks into the computer; word prediction, which predicts the word someone wants to type but is unsure; and whiteboard technology which automatically transfers a teacher's notes and diagrams on a whiteboard to a student's personal computer.
Featuring a talking word processor and a full paint program, this unique software allows children to express themselves creatively to friends, parents, teachers, classmates and others using both words and pictures.