[nabs] computers in class
jgallacher1987 at gmail.com
Wed Feb 8 22:14:48 EST 2012
Access is not the last time I asked a director of technology at a training
center. You can use Excel for a lot of the same things Excel takes getting
used to, but that works well for the same types of things.
From: nabs-bounces at acb.org [mailto:nabs-bounces at acb.org] On Behalf Of Ashley
Sent: Wednesday, February 08, 2012 8:26 PM
To: National Alliance of Blind Students. Discussion list for NABS
Subject: [nabs] computers in class
So I'm taking an I T class and we use the Microsoft suite. Is Access
accessible? I do not think so in the current Office suite version.
How do you all manage to hear the computer and the professor? I'm thinking
I'll just try to listen to jaws in one ear and the class in the other; also
not press buttons as she is talking; there are pauses as she explains the
computer directions. It definitely seems challenging.
I'm glad I'm in class though because I'm learning some valuable stuff about
computer software and hardware.
We are just starting Word now.
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