I am a teacher. I want to be able to have web sites that have a button the user can push that will read aloud the text that is on the web site. I don't want this to be a progran that the user has to download. I also need it to be able to read a list of questions and pause when the user hits a pause key, and resume reading aloud when they push a resume key. I own a couple of "voice characters" and it would need to be able to use these. I don't know if this is possible or not. It would have to be cheap.
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