Read&Write for Windows

Using Read&Write for Windows with a Shared ID

07/09/2017Texthelp Support
If your users don’t have unique Windows logins, you may want to create individual logins to Read&Write. This will allow users who may log into Windows with a common, generic login to be licensed as unique Read&Write users.   A...

Deployment Option 2 - Using the Multi-User Setup Tool

07/09/2017Texthelp Support
Please note:- If your organization uses G Suite or Microsoft, the Deployment Option 1 - Users sign in to Read&Write with Google or Office 365 can be used to install Read&Write. IMPORTANT: Read&Write...

Deployment Option 1 - Users sign in to Read&Write with Google or Office 365

07/09/2017Texthelp Support
Please note:- If your organization does not use G Suite or Office 365, the Multi-User Setup Tool should be used to setup Read&Write for users that don't sign in.   To deploy Read&Write so your users can sign in to Read&W...

Installing Read&Write

06/07/2017Texthelp Support
You can install Read&Write by following the steps below:-   1 Download Read&Write from our website and Save it to your computer.   2 Once downloaded, double click on Read&Write .   3 Click on  Accept and ...

Using the Read&Write for Windows Take Home Option

06/07/2017Texthelp Support
If your license for Read&Write includes the Take Home option, Read&Write can be made available to your users on their home computers using one of these options. Unlimited License Option 1:- Google or Microsoft Domain ...

Deploying Read&Write

06/07/2017Texthelp Support
Read&Write can be deployed and set up on your network in two ways. Please read below to determine which deployment method you’ll use and then go to the appropriate section for instructions. Option 1 - If your organization uses G Suite...

Setting up your Group License - Texthelp Admin Tool

06/07/2017Texthelp Support
The Texthelp Admin Tool can be used to manage which users will have access to Read&Write on all five platforms - Windows , Mac , Google Chrome , iPad and Android This information is for Read&Write Group Licenses and doesn&rs...

Setting up Read&Write on a USB

06/07/2017Texthelp Support
Download the Read&Write Setup Media from the Read&Write Essentials website.   Plug your USB key into your computer.   Go to the rwusb setup.zip file that you downloaded, then right click on rwusbsetup.zip and choo...

Features in Read&Write

06/07/2017Texthelp Support
When you run Read&Write for the first time, you’ll be able to use all available features for 30 days. Current Features on the Premium Toolbar:- Spell Check Prediction Dictionary Picture Dictionary ...

System Requirements

06/07/2017Texthelp Support
Read&Write for Windows 1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster x86-bit or x64-bit dual core processor Windows 7 or above 512 MB RAM (1 GB recommended) 2 GB Free Disk Space Speakers, Sound Card, Microphone (for speech input) Internet connection for ...