Apr 14 2022 09:34 AM
Apr 14 2022 12:22 PM
Press Alt+F11 to activate the Visual Basic Editor.
Press Ctrl+G to activate the Immediate window.
Type or copy/paste the line
Application.Speech.SpeakCellOnEnter = False
With the insertion point anywhere in that line, press Enter.
Switch back to Excel.
Did that solve the problem?
Apr 27 2022 06:21 PM
May 05 2022 03:26 AM
Hi all, thanks for helping out here. I found a solution (or my IT bods did at work). There is a command called Speak Cells On Enter. The problem is I couldn't find this in All Commands. So when in Excel I simply used the Search Box on the Excel Bar above the Menu bar and typed in Speak Cells on Enter. I then right clicked on this to add to toolbar. You need to use this to toggle on and off.