Verbal View of Windows XP
Verbal View of Windows XP is a comprehensive tutorial designed for students and professionals that is written for the keyboard user who is blind or visually impaired.
- Covers nearly all aspects of Windows XP, with extensive verbal descriptions of features and programs.
- Designed to be simple enough for the first-time computer user.
- Technical terms are kept to a minimum.
- Graphics components are verbally described with examples and comparisons to everyday items.
- Keyboard and keyboard shortcuts are emphasized.
- Single keyboard command introduced per chapter for review.
- A tutorial is in DAISY 3.0 full-text, full-audio format and is accessed through APH's special DAISY reading program Book Wizard Reader.
- Comes on a CD-ROM with files in the following formats: DAISY 3.0 full-text, full-audio format, Microsoft Word, HTML, contracted braille file, and text file.
- PC-compatible computer running at least Windows 2000 or later.
- 10 MB disk space.
- Internet Explorer 6.0 or later.
- Sound card and speakers.
- CD-ROM drive.
This product is discontinued by the manufacturer, but it may still be available for purchase from third party vendors. Try searching the product by name on the internet. Be careful as the manufacturer may no longer support it - or support it for long.