I just bought jart plus for $19.95.
Curtis Delzer, HS.
San Bernardino, CA
On Mon, 16 Jan 2017 09:04:58 +1300
"Shaun Everiss" <email@example.com> wrote:
When I got it it was 35 dollars I assume its that way now.
On 15/01/2017 11:40 p.m., Peter Beasley wrote:
I don't know how much Jarte plus costs these days, when I bought it over
10 years ago it cost me $15.
-----Original Message----- From: Brian's Mail list account
Sent: Sunday, January 15, 2017 10:38 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] accessible word processors with NVDA
The thing about Jarte is that to open docx files it needs the purchased
version as far as I know. OOpen and Libra Office seem to be able to load in
docx files, but as has been discussed here of late, the authors need to do
some more work to allow screenreaders to work on all parts of them like
Of course it might be possible to find an old copy of an older version of
Office pro corporate which I did and it still worked aand accepted the key.
Legal? Well, its a grey area isn't it. if the original buyer is giving it
away, then who cares.
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----- Original Message ----- From: "Sharni-Lee Ward"
Sent: Sunday, January 15, 2017 5:18 AM
Subject: [nvda] accessible word processors with NVDA
My computer's keyboard's been acting up, and I have my Mum's as a
backup, but it doesn't have Microsoft Office on it, and I was wondering
if there was a decent free word processor out there, accessible with
NVDA, that I could install on that computer instead. It would be nice if
it could read and edit .docx files, but I'm aware I can't have
The most used features in Word for me are:
The Spellchecker, including a whole dictionary of words I've added so
Pokémon names, anime characters' names and names I just made up don't
Headings (mostly for aesthetic reasons).
If there's something out there that does all these things, and is free
and accessible, I'll be pretty happy with it.