Re: Question about using quick books with NVDA
Christopher-Mark Gilland <clgilland07@...>
N2 It, or however it's spelled, the people who made Quickin, which by the way, was an accessibility nightmare, are the same people who make Quickbooks.
I have actually seen an audio demo, though I don't remember where, floating around of Quickbooks 2016, and though it was being used with JAWS, not NVDA, no scripts were needed, or anything.
From what I hear, Quickbooks at least back about 2 versions ago was ridiculously accessible! In fact, I don't remember there being much that wasn't! accessible within the software.
So, I would say, the likelyhood of this working is extremely extremely high.
Just for you all's information, there is! another good opoensource accounting software, which is available on the Mac, Windows, and even Linux. I think it's the most accessible from what I hear on Linux, but, you might wanna still try it on Windows. I've never done so, but there's a possibility it might work.
The software is called GNUCash.
That's G N U, then the word cash, like C, A, S, H, all ran together as one word. No hyphen, or anything.
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