Re: books about NVDA on the access technology institute website.
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Actually though these do seem rather expensive, its not going to help them get cheaper if you deprive them of sales by encouraging people to pirate them. I'm not suggesting that you would, but your message can be read in that way, and so I thought I'd mention it as this list is run by people connected with NV Access they do have to be careful to make sure all users remain within the law.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
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From: "Sue J. Ward" <email@example.com>
Sent: Monday, November 26, 2018 9:52 PM
Subject: [nvda] books about NVDA on the access technology institute website.
Hello. I would like to buy the two books about NVDA but they are kind of pricey maybe email them to me if you can on the blind.training or it is called access technology institute website. One is about the NVDA screen reader which goes for 95 dollars that mainly talks about the entire screen reader guess from what I have read it walks you through everything the only thing I don't know when it was written. Does any one have a copy that could email it to me for free? The other one is about windows 10 using nvda it sounds like it is a good book to get it talks about the entire system but what I don't get is when you first get a new computer that has windows 10 it does not have word installed and in the book it mentions and walks you through windows 10 and one of the lessons is managing and saving documents mentions word plus there are several lessons about microsoft word. It is good but I just want a book mainly about windows 10 minus the stuff about word. The book does cost around 150 dollars it sounds like a good resource was wondering has anyone bought the books from the website and how good are they? I would also like a copy of the book as well if anyone has that could they email that to me? The books are an immersion in to NVDA