I can confirm that Word processor part in Libre Office is accessible.
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Angela from Italy
Il 07/04/2018 13:58, Brian's Mail list account via Groups.Io ha scritto:
I think the answer seems to be no, since I use snapshots and neither package can read all successfully still.
Also at present no browse and focus mode in either of them. Of the two generally, I've had most luck with the portable version of Libra Office.
However I only ever use the word processor part.
Incidentally, if the with office are going on, the latest next snapshot has a built in tool to re register the dlls that get excommunicated. We thought this solved it until recently a new version of Skype broke more of the access dlls and stopped bits of excel working with screenreaders.
I'm glad I'm still on windows 7 and an older version of office :-)
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Subject: [nvda] Which free office package is more accessible libre office or open office with nvda?
I have just been asked this question as mentioned in the subject line. I
do not use these packages at all They also want to know if the package
is uninstalled will it cause any problems like she got when she
uninstalled a copy of microsoft office or was it another word
not sure which program it was.
it would say unknown in the running applications area, the context menu
and a few other places.
she does not want it to happen again if she decides to try either of
By the way have they fixed the problem where when you went to do say all
to read the document it would stop after each paragraph.
I know they are not as polished as office with browse mode etc but are
they still very usable.
I think she just wants it for the basics? by the way will it report
formatting so you maybe know the size of the text etc
any help would be great.