Re: American Foundation for the Blind posts NVDA tutorials on their web site

Bhavya shah

Hi Nevfat,
I was reading the initial few parts of this series of tutorials that
AFB has produced. The free creation and availability of these reminds
me of what an NVDACon International speaker had said - high quality
video training material are equally important as audio and text, and
that is what this new resource offers.

On 7/23/16, Nevzat Adil <nevzatadil@...> wrote:
A major agency in the United states, the American Foundation for the
Blind, posted tutorials on their web site.

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