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From: David Andrews <dandrews at visi.com>
Date: Sat, 27 Aug 2011 09:17:14 -0500
Subject: [Nfbnet-members-list] Fwd: Window-Eyes training at BLIND, Inc.
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>The following announcement is from Shawn Mayo
>regarding a training opportunity at BLIND Incorporated:
> Window-Eyes Training in Minneapolis, MN!
>When: Tuesday, September 13, 2011 to Wednesday, September 14, 2011
>Where: Minneapolis, MN
>What: Window-Eyes Training
>Who: Jeremy Curry
>here to register
>for the Window-Eyes training class in Minneapolis!
>GW Micro and Blind, Inc. are proud to announce
>Window-Eyes training in Minneapolis, MN! Take the training that the
>American Foundation for the Blind raved about in
>their review of Window-Eyes training in the July 2010 edition of
>This is your chance to learn the brand new
>interface of Window-Eyes 7.5! Learn all about the new apps included with
>Window-Eyes, learn how to make changes to your
>favorite settings, and how the new user interface makes your life
>easier. Don+ï½¢Gã ŽGâ” t miss this exciting opportunity!
>In addition to learning the new version of
>Window-Eyes, do you need to learn the ins and outs of Windows 7? Do you
>need help learning how to use the Ribbon in
>Microsoft Office? Or, are you new to Office 2010 and need to learn how
>to use it with Window-Eyes? If you answered yes
>to any of these questions, this is the training class for you.
>Window-Eyes training is intended for a wide
>range of people. If you are a teacher that needs to know how to use the
>latest screen reading technology, an IT
>professional that needs to support blind clients, a student or current Window-
>Eyes customer who needs to know how to get the
>most out of Window-Eyes; then Window-Eyes training is just for
>GW Micro and Blind Inc. are proud to announce
>Window-Eyes training in Minneapolis, MN on Tuesday, September
>13 and Wednesday, September 14, 2011. The
>training will be located at the following address:
>100 East 22nd St.
>Minneapolis, MN 55404
>What do you get when you sign up for Window-Eyes training?
>You get. . .
>* Hands-on training with a GW Micro certified trainer
>* The entire two-day curriculum on CD
>* Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel,
>PowerPoint, and Outlook using Window-Eyes advanced Office technology
>* Knowledge of the Internet and how to use it to
>its full advantage with Window-Eyes
>* Knowledge of how to customize your computer,
>making graphics, words, and colors speak the way you want them to
>* CEUs (for an additional fee)
>* Many more skills. Check out www.gwmicro.com/training for more information
>Unlike other training courses that can cost up
>to $1,000 per day, Window-Eyes training is only $325 per day per
>student. Remember that GW Micro accepts most
>major credit cards, checks, money orders, and almost all state
>authorizations. To sign up for the training,
>please register at https://www.gwmicro.com/Training/Window-
>Eyes_Training/Registration/. Make sure to select
>Minneapolis, MN as the location for training.
>For directions to the training location, please
>call Blind, Inc. at 1-800-597-9558 or visit the Blind, Inc. website at
>Space is limited, so sign up soon!
>If you have any questions regarding the
>training, please contact Jeremy Curry at (260) 489-3671, or email Jeremy at
>jeremy at gwmicro.com for more information.
>Blindness: Learning In New Dimensions (BLIND),
>Inc. is a world-renowned training center for the blind. By learning
>alternative techniques, building
>self-confidence, and developing a positive
>attitude about blindness, students of all
>ages become self-sufficient and independent so
>they are in control of their own life rather than having blindness
>This is the National Federation of the Blind of
>Minnesota's News and information Listserve.
>Our Web site is http://www.nfbmn.org
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