‘How To’ Videos (Windows version)

The videos on this page show how to use some of SentenceShaper’s features. Please see the Manual for more detailed information about all the program’s features and how to use them.

How to Create Speech with SentenceShaper
This video shows you how to record short snippets of speech in your own voice,
then combine them into sentences and messages by arranging icons on the screen.

Word-finding Help in SentenceShaper
This video shows the programs two word-finding tools: the Vocabulary Cue
Buttons along the sides of the screen; and the WordFinder, where words are
organized by syntactic and semantic categories.

How to Add a Personal Photo to SentenceShaper
This video shows how to import personal photos into SentenceShaper. You can then
add your own recorded speech, using SentenceShaper to make it as well-formed and
complete as possible, and then turn it into a video that you can email, post on the
Internet, or transfer to an iPad or other tablet.
NOTE: We have removed this video because the program has been improved to make this process easier. Now you can just click an ‘Add Picture’ button on the upper left of the screen.

How to Use Workbooks
This video shows how to select and run a SentenceShaper workbook . The program
comes with built-in workbooks targeting particular grammatical structures and more
open ended tasks such as personal speech.

How to Make Videos
How to create videos that contain your SentenceShaper-aided speech, pictures, and text.
These videos can be shared in emails,posted on the Internet, or played on a smartphone
or tablet.
NOTE: We have removed this video because the program has been improved. An updated video will be uploaded in the future.  Note: Finest Fake Rolex Watches The program comes with five tutorial workbooks which walk you through the process of turning your SentenceShaper speech and pictures into mp4 or mpeg videos.

How to Add a Text Area to the Screen
This video shows you how to add a text area to the Sentence Shaper screen. Adding text can allow you
to work on reading, to provide additional support for sentence production, and/or to create subtitles
when you export the user’s speech as a video.