Re: Accessible Apps for Writers, Learning NVDA
First let me say that your presumption about the expense of Microsoft Office is incorrect these days if you're willing to purchase a recycled license. Changes in law in the European Union resulted in Microsoft no longer being able to tie Office or Windows single-user licenses to a single specific machine. So, as machines are being decommissioned a cottage industry has sprung up reselling the licenses from these machines, which is entirely legal. I have installed Microsoft Office 2016 Pro Plus on six different computers using recycled licenses acquired via eBay, all of which cost $10 or less. There are also licenses available for Office 365 as well.
I believe one of our group regulars, Gene NZ, has a number of NVDA tutorials, for using it with Office and other things, on his website accessibilitycentral.net, specifically on this page: http://accessibilitycentral.net/nvda%20tutorials.html. Links to additional outside resources are also given on that page.
NVAccess, the creator of NVDA, has multiple tutorials available from: https://www.nvaccess.org/shop/
There is definitely a book dedicated to MS-Word.
Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 1809, Build 17763
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