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Hi. I'll check this one out. The main programs I used from
Microsoft Office were Word and Excel. I played with Outlook a bit
but found that I preferred Thunderbird. Once in a while, I used
PowerPoint, but those times were rare.
On 3/24/2021 11:56 PM, Brian Vogel
Libre Office is definitely a good, and well supported
choice. Some of this really depends on which programs of the
Office suite you actually use and want to replace.
I really like SoftMaker Office (whether their free
version or the paid one, which is much less expensive than
Microsoft Office) if you're only looking to replace Word, Excel,
and/or PowerPoint. You do have to be certain that you install it
using the choice for the Menu driven interface, as so far in the
testing I've done it's 100% accessible, while their ribbon
interface isn't. Or at least is isn't in the Free version (which
is their 2018 version, they haven't released a more recent one).
I have not needed to purchase anything newer from them, so ribbon
accessibility may have improved in their 2021 version, but I would
not count on it.
And, for the record, questions about whether a program
is accessible with NVDA, or what programs are accessible with
NVDA, are perfectly OK and absolutely on topic for the NVDA Group.
Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit,
Version 20H2, Build 19042
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