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Re: Reading PDFs

Pascal Lambert
 

I am still using Acrobat Reader Version X because the new one is not very friendly with the NVDA screen reader.
Let me know if you need the link to download.
Hope this helps.
Blessings
Pascal

-----Original Message-----
From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Marco Oros
Sent: Monday, March 20, 2017 3:39 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] Reading PDFs

Hi!

I am sorry for this e-mail, but I am little frustrated. Abbii fine reader isn't well for reading PDF. Those PDFs are manuals in English language and ofcourse, Mozilla reads PDF very bad.

Also, I have heard, that new version of Adobe acrobat reader isn't very well accessible.

Please, could You help me?

Thank You!

Marco Oros


Re: Is NVDA right for me?

Gene
 

Are you selecting text with a mouse?  If Narrator doesn't read it when you do so, I doubt there is such a setting.  Have you looked through the settings and is there anything related to what is read such as read selected or highlighted?  I don't recall what version of Windows you are using and such a feature may have been added in Windows 8 or 10 but I doubt it. 
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, March 20, 2017 1:59 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Is NVDA right for me?

Well if there are people here with good computer knowledge and
experience, then the main question I would want to ask next
is how to get Windows Narrator to work properly.

Is there anyone here who can help me get Windows Narrator
to work efficiently, so that it reads outloud exactly what I want it to
each time?

Right Now, it appears that Windows Narrator is like a wild horse
that just runs around and does what it wants to, haha.

If anyone here can help with Narrator, I'd be very grateful.

-----Original Message-----
From: Георги Ламбов
Sent: Mar 15, 2017 4:26 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Is NVDA right for me?

   Hi!

In my opinion you mustn't unSubscribe this group. There are people with good computer's knowledge and experience here, who will help you further. And about the messages you can make filters for the messages of NvdA-mailinglist and this filter will be only for the messages from this group. If you are also member of any other group, you can do the same about the messages of the group you are. In this way you will have more place for the letters you receive.
Cheers!
Georgi
На 15.3.2017 г. в 22:35 ч., Fantasy Sports написа:
Yes, I agree with you.  Thank you everyone in this group for all your kind advice, it has helped me a lot.

I will definitely look into these other options before coming back to screen readers as an option.

I should probably unsubscribe to this group until that time, my mailbox can't handle too many messages...
 
Do you know how I would unsubscribe?

Peace.

-----Original Message-----
From: Gene
Sent: Mar 14, 2017 2:32 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Is NVDA right for me?

Window-eyes isn't simpler than NVDA.  I don't know just what Narrator can do.  for your purposes, I don't know if it's any better or not.  Narrator may be simpler but that doesn't mean it will meet your needs.  I'm not saying that NVDA or Narrator will meet your needs or not.  I'm saying that I don't think you are looking at options in the right order.  I would think that there are e-mail lists and/or Internet forums where people who have dyslexia and other print disabilities can discuss programs they use to read print and they may be able to discuss how best to read whatever you want to read.  
 
I'm not saying that you won't decide to look into screen-readers after you try to get information about other means.  I'm saying that I think you are looking at options in the wrong order.  Screen-readers are intended for blind users and don't necessarily do things that you want done or in the way you want them done. 
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, March 14, 2017 1:27 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Is NVDA right for me?

Cannot read much text without getting ill, but don't need to
navigate the computer.

I think the answers have pretty much covered it, right now
leaning towards something that might be simpler then NVDA.

Might need to learn how to really fine tune Windows Narrator
or learn more about Windows Eyes.

Thanks for the help!

-----Original Message-----
>From: Pranav Lal <pranav.lal@...>
>Sent: Mar 13, 2017 7:21 PM
>To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
>Subject: Re: [nvda] Is NVDA right for me?
>
>Hi,
>
>I have not seen all messages on this thread therefore what I ask may have already been covered. In what situation do you need to read text? If you are fatigued when reading long documents then a solution like text aloud may work better. If however, you need to navigate the computer by using speech, then NVDA is the way to go.
>
>Pranav
>
>
>
>




Reading PDFs

Marco Oros
 

Hi!

I am sorry for this e-mail, but I am little frustrated. Abbii fine reader isn't well for reading PDF. Those PDFs are manuals in English language and ofcourse, Mozilla reads PDF very bad.

Also, I have heard, that new version of Adobe acrobat reader isn't very well accessible.

Please, could You help me?

Thank You!

Marco Oros


Re: NVDA and Columns

Jonathan Milam
 

Thanks, Robert.  However, the columns that I want to navigate are outside typical browsers and are in a radio automation software program.  I would’ve thought that NVDA would feature a way to hear the status of a particular column quickly without the need to physically scroll over to it, especially if it is several columns over from the left.

 

Jonathan

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Robert Mendoza
Sent: Monday, March 20, 2017 3:25 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] NVDA and Columns

 

Hi Jonathan,
I think you may use alternatively the addons for the addons for Easy Table Navigator which I believe Joseph Lee is the main author of this addons. I've been using this for couple of times specially when navigating to the column. or you could assigned keystroke for it. Below is the mentioned link:
https://addons.nvda-project.org/addons/easyTableNavigator.en.html
If you have questions to this addons, I may suggest to leave him a message directly or here in the mailing list for the instruction. But, I believe there is instructions that is mention for the Help of that addons as well.

Robert Mendoza

On 3/20/2017 11:20 PM, Jonathan Milam wrote:

Hi All,

 

I wasn’t able to find this in the NVDA  user’s guide.  I know that you can use control+alt and the arrow keys to navigate columns, but is there a way of reading  a single column header?  In other words, Instead of having to press a command 6 times to get to the 6th column and hear its status, is there a way of just pressing a single keystroke, alt+6 for example, that will read it quickly?

 

Thanks,

Jonathan

 


Re: NVDA and Columns

Robert Mendoza
 

Hi Jonathan,
I think you may use alternatively the addons for the addons for Easy Table Navigator which I believe Joseph Lee is the main author of this addons. I've been using this for couple of times specially when navigating to the column. or you could assigned keystroke for it. Below is the mentioned link:
https://addons.nvda-project.org/addons/easyTableNavigator.en.html
If you have questions to this addons, I may suggest to leave him a message directly or here in the mailing list for the instruction. But, I believe there is instructions that is mention for the Help of that addons as well.

Robert Mendoza
On 3/20/2017 11:20 PM, Jonathan Milam wrote:

Hi All,

 

I wasn’t able to find this in the NVDA  user’s guide.  I know that you can use control+alt and the arrow keys to navigate columns, but is there a way of reading  a single column header?  In other words, Instead of having to press a command 6 times to get to the 6th column and hear its status, is there a way of just pressing a single keystroke, alt+6 for example, that will read it quickly?

 

Thanks,

Jonathan



Re: Is NVDA right for me?

Fantasy Sports <fantasylife@...>
 

Well if there are people here with good computer knowledge and
experience, then the main question I would want to ask next
is how to get Windows Narrator to work properly.

Is there anyone here who can help me get Windows Narrator
to work efficiently, so that it reads outloud exactly what I want it to
each time?

Right Now, it appears that Windows Narrator is like a wild horse
that just runs around and does what it wants to, haha.

If anyone here can help with Narrator, I'd be very grateful.

-----Original Message-----
From: Георги Ламбов
Sent: Mar 15, 2017 4:26 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Is NVDA right for me?

   Hi!

In my opinion you mustn't unSubscribe this group. There are people with good computer's knowledge and experience here, who will help you further. And about the messages you can make filters for the messages of NvdA-mailinglist and this filter will be only for the messages from this group. If you are also member of any other group, you can do the same about the messages of the group you are. In this way you will have more place for the letters you receive.
Cheers!
Georgi
На 15.3.2017 г. в 22:35 ч., Fantasy Sports написа:
Yes, I agree with you.  Thank you everyone in this group for all your kind advice, it has helped me a lot.

I will definitely look into these other options before coming back to screen readers as an option.

I should probably unsubscribe to this group until that time, my mailbox can't handle too many messages...
 
Do you know how I would unsubscribe?

Peace.

-----Original Message-----
From: Gene
Sent: Mar 14, 2017 2:32 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Is NVDA right for me?

Window-eyes isn't simpler than NVDA.  I don't know just what Narrator can do.  for your purposes, I don't know if it's any better or not.  Narrator may be simpler but that doesn't mean it will meet your needs.  I'm not saying that NVDA or Narrator will meet your needs or not.  I'm saying that I don't think you are looking at options in the right order.  I would think that there are e-mail lists and/or Internet forums where people who have dyslexia and other print disabilities can discuss programs they use to read print and they may be able to discuss how best to read whatever you want to read.  
 
I'm not saying that you won't decide to look into screen-readers after you try to get information about other means.  I'm saying that I think you are looking at options in the wrong order.  Screen-readers are intended for blind users and don't necessarily do things that you want done or in the way you want them done. 
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, March 14, 2017 1:27 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Is NVDA right for me?

Cannot read much text without getting ill, but don't need to
navigate the computer.

I think the answers have pretty much covered it, right now
leaning towards something that might be simpler then NVDA.

Might need to learn how to really fine tune Windows Narrator
or learn more about Windows Eyes.

Thanks for the help!

-----Original Message-----
>From: Pranav Lal <pranav.lal@...>
>Sent: Mar 13, 2017 7:21 PM
>To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
>Subject: Re: [nvda] Is NVDA right for me?
>
>Hi,
>
>I have not seen all messages on this thread therefore what I ask may have already been covered. In what situation do you need to read text? If you are fatigued when reading long documents then a solution like text aloud may work better. If however, you need to navigate the computer by using speech, then NVDA is the way to go.
>
>Pranav
>
>
>
>




Re: using physical mouse with nvda?

 

Just as a data point, when I'm using an external mouse with a scroll wheel on the laptop I'm typing on, and NVDA is active, the scroll wheel still performs the scroll function in Chrome, Firefox, MS-Word, and the Everything Search results window.

There can occasionally be a slight lag when one has shifted to a new window with NVDA active, but even that is no more than a second or two before the scroll wheel will work again.
--
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Re: using physical mouse with nvda?

 

as far as I know the program does scroll

when nvda is not running.
can you give me a example of a site that does allow scrolling so I can make sure that I am not doing something wrong?

On 3/20/2017 3:54 AM, Quentin Christensen wrote:
Hi Hank,

Silly question, but does the mouse wheel scroll down in the program you are using if NVDA is not running?

I have enough sight to use the mouse as well, and I find sometimes, particularly on say the web, I will grab the mouse if I do want to scroll down and read something further down because I can use the scroll wheel for that.

Regards

Quentin.

On Fri, Mar 10, 2017 at 12:30 PM, The Wolf <hank.smith966@...> wrote:
Hello this may sound like a odd question but how do you make the weel on the mouse to scroll down? when I try to use the mouse with nvda the weel on the mouse doesn't do anything.

thanks

Hank








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Re: advanced nvda help?

 

Hello

will give that a try.

:)

Hank



On 3/20/2017 3:25 AM, Quentin Christensen wrote:
Hi Hank,

I hope Rui was able to help you.  Another idea for learning Object Navigation are our "Basic training for NVDA" module, which, despite the name, does cover the review cursor and object navigation, and has a number of activities to help you get it down pat.

You could try our telephone support.  Both available from: http://www.nvaccess.org/shop/

Kind regards

Quentin.

On Mon, Mar 6, 2017 at 5:17 AM, The Wolf <hank.smith966@...> wrote:
hello is there a advanced nvda user on the group that would be willing to skype me and help me with understanding some nvda stuff?

I think the only way I am going to get the object navigation down is if some one were to be on skype with me in real time.

I don't think I have ever been so frustrated with myself.

thanks

Hank








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Re: NVDA and Columns

 

Could someone suggest an accessible Utorrent client? Is there


NVDA and Columns

Jonathan Milam
 

Hi All,

 

I wasn’t able to find this in the NVDA  user’s guide.  I know that you can use control+alt and the arrow keys to navigate columns, but is there a way of reading  a single column header?  In other words, Instead of having to press a command 6 times to get to the 6th column and hear its status, is there a way of just pressing a single keystroke, alt+6 for example, that will read it quickly?

 

Thanks,

Jonathan


Re: does nvda have number processing?

Quentin Christensen
 

Very true.  I was thinking of the more context sensitive pronunciation I guess too, similar to the way that, for instance "dr", which in one case means "doctor" but in another case means "drive".

On Tue, Mar 21, 2017 at 12:03 AM, David Griffith <daj.griffith@...> wrote:

If what is being asked for is to amend the way numbers are read I believe  that NVDA already has this flexibility built into it.

 

On my system Eloquence reads out numbers  in normal format by default with NVDA.

If I want that number read out as single digits I  focus on the number and press numpad 5 twice.

This causes NVDA to reads out the number as separate single digits.

If I want the number read out as a whole number again I press the numpad 5 once.

Number processing can therefore be managed on the fly.

 

David Griffith

David Griffith

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Quentin Christensen
Sent: 20 March 2017 09:51
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] does nvda have number processing?

 

If you mean to read "12345" as "one two three four five" or "Twelve thousand, three hundred and forty-five", then not so much at this stage, the synthesizer mostly handles that currently.  You could add an entry to the dictionary, probably using Regex would be easiest, to try and adjust how numbers are read, or else create an add-on.  The tricky thing is with any adjustment to how something is read, that in different contexts, the same text can mean different things, for instance. "Ring the doctor on 5556835" would be more easily understood if the numbers are read out individually, whereas "I got a new high score in my game: 5556835!" sounds better as five million, five hundred and fifty-six thousand, eight hundred and thirty-five, but it's very hard to pick the right context.

 

On Sat, Feb 25, 2017 at 9:59 AM, Dennis L <dennisl1982@...> wrote:

Hi, is there a way  to tell nvda how to handle number processing?



 

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Re: does nvda have number processing?

David Griffith
 

If what is being asked for is to amend the way numbers are read I believe  that NVDA already has this flexibility built into it.

 

On my system Eloquence reads out numbers  in normal format by default with NVDA.

If I want that number read out as single digits I  focus on the number and press numpad 5 twice.

This causes NVDA to reads out the number as separate single digits.

If I want the number read out as a whole number again I press the numpad 5 once.

Number processing can therefore be managed on the fly.

 

David Griffith

David Griffith

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Quentin Christensen
Sent: 20 March 2017 09:51
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] does nvda have number processing?

 

If you mean to read "12345" as "one two three four five" or "Twelve thousand, three hundred and forty-five", then not so much at this stage, the synthesizer mostly handles that currently.  You could add an entry to the dictionary, probably using Regex would be easiest, to try and adjust how numbers are read, or else create an add-on.  The tricky thing is with any adjustment to how something is read, that in different contexts, the same text can mean different things, for instance. "Ring the doctor on 5556835" would be more easily understood if the numbers are read out individually, whereas "I got a new high score in my game: 5556835!" sounds better as five million, five hundred and fifty-six thousand, eight hundred and thirty-five, but it's very hard to pick the right context.

 

On Sat, Feb 25, 2017 at 9:59 AM, Dennis L <dennisl1982@...> wrote:

Hi, is there a way  to tell nvda how to handle number processing?



 

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Basic Training for NVDA & Microsoft Word with NVDA E-Books now available: http://www.nvaccess.org/shop/

 

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Re: NVDA and QuickBooks

Quentin Christensen
 

NVDA doesn't change the settings of other programs.  I think what happens in this case from reading Angelo's message is that Quick books detects NVDA and automatically sets itself up to work with the screen reader, or offers to.  Just like how if you open a PDF file in Acrobat reader while you have a screen reader running, Acrobat will detect that and offer to set the file up to read for you.

On Mon, Mar 20, 2017 at 10:26 PM, john s <jschwery@...> wrote:
how does NVDA change the settings of a program?  I hope it warns first before changing settings.

At 06:49 AM 3/20/2017, you wrote:
That's handy to know, thanks for sharing!

On Fri, Mar 10, 2017 at 3:10 AM, Angelo Sonnesso <asonnesso@...> wrote:
Well I was pleasantly surprised when I installed QuickBooks on a computer
for my Executive Director.
Not only does NVDA make QuickBooks accessible, but it automatically changes
the settings of QuickBooks to work best with NVDA.
Very nice.



73 N2DYN Angelo









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Re: Publishing an eBook with NVDA

David Griffith
 

I thought it was just worth mentioning that the Codex program produced for VI Users by James Scholes includes an Explorer context menu shortcut which converts from many document formats to ePub Mobi and  other formats and back.

 

So with this program just focus on your Word Document  in Explorer, bring up the context menu, select Codex and then convert to ePub from your available options.

Seems to work fine in the limited use I have made of it.

This program is most often cited for Kindle DRM Removal but these other ottions are also very useful.

 

David Griffith

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Quentin Christensen
Sent: 20 March 2017 10:05
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Publishing an eBook with NVDA

 

I haven't used Smashwords, although I have published on other platforms.  One tool I have used is Calibre which converts documents to and from a number of formats, including ePub (and mobi).

 

Once you have an ePub, it's worth running through: http://validator.idpf.org/ which will test whether there are any major ePub validation errors which will often throw up red flags on various publishing sites (Apple iBooks will reject books which don't pass that validator for instance - or at least, if they reject you, they recommend fixing any errors that site shows).

 

Kind regards

 

Quentin.

 

On Fri, Mar 3, 2017 at 11:16 AM, Pranav Lal <pranav.lal@...> wrote:

Hi David,

I have published a book on smashwords some years ago.  The process is accessible but you need your book formatted correctly which is where you  may want to get sighted assistance to verify the formatting like uniform fonts being used etc. Yes, it may be possible to format correctly with NVDA but the process is tedious not because of NVDA but the way a screen reader works and presents information via speech. If we could get a tool like the Jaws text analyser,  verifying formatting etc., would become easier. Yes, there is already a ticket about this.

Pranav





 

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Re: NV Access's In-Process blog - featuring Mick driving a speedboat near an aircraft carrier!

Quentin Christensen
 

The archive is here: http://www.nvaccess.org/category/in-process/

We are very slowly planning an updated website, so there are some things we'd like to do, which may not make it into the current site, but which will hopefully be available once the new site is launched.  I know a more easily findable In-Process is on my wish list :)

Regards

Quentin.

On Sat, Mar 18, 2017 at 5:22 PM, Gene New Zealand <hurrikennyandopo@...> wrote:

Hi Quentin.


out of curiosity where about is the archive keeped if any if some one wanted to look over the older in process issues?


Gene nz



On 18/03/2017 1:17 AM, Quentin Christensen wrote:
The NV Access team are fresh from CSUN 2017.  It has news and updates on current projects.  It has a link to the post published at CSUN (that I may or may not have forgotten to actually promote anywhere).  More importantly, this week's In-Process has Mick driving a speedboat near an aircraft carrier!


Regards

Quentin.

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Re: NVDA and QuickBooks

john s
 

how does NVDA change the settings of a program?  I hope it warns first before changing settings.


At 06:49 AM 3/20/2017, you wrote:
That's handy to know, thanks for sharing!

On Fri, Mar 10, 2017 at 3:10 AM, Angelo Sonnesso <asonnesso@...> wrote:
Well I was pleasantly surprised when I installed QuickBooks on a computer
for my Executive Director.
Not only does NVDA make QuickBooks accessible, but it automatically changes
the settings of QuickBooks to work best with NVDA.
Very nice.



73 N2DYN Angelo









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Training Material Developer
Basic Training for NVDA & Microsoft Word with NVDA E-Books now available: http://www.nvaccess.org/shop/

Ph +61 7 3149 3306Â
www.nvaccess.orgÂ
Facebook:Â http://www.facebook.com/NVAccessÂ
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Re: using physical mouse with nvda?

Quentin Christensen
 

Hi Hank,

Silly question, but does the mouse wheel scroll down in the program you are using if NVDA is not running?

I have enough sight to use the mouse as well, and I find sometimes, particularly on say the web, I will grab the mouse if I do want to scroll down and read something further down because I can use the scroll wheel for that.

Regards

Quentin.

On Fri, Mar 10, 2017 at 12:30 PM, The Wolf <hank.smith966@...> wrote:
Hello this may sound like a odd question but how do you make the weel on the mouse to scroll down? when I try to use the mouse with nvda the weel on the mouse doesn't do anything.

thanks

Hank








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www.nvaccess.org 
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Twitter: @NVAccess 


Re: NVDA and QuickBooks

Quentin Christensen
 

That's handy to know, thanks for sharing!

On Fri, Mar 10, 2017 at 3:10 AM, Angelo Sonnesso <asonnesso@...> wrote:
Well I was pleasantly surprised when I installed QuickBooks on a computer
for my Executive Director.
Not only does NVDA make QuickBooks accessible, but it automatically changes
the settings of QuickBooks to work best with NVDA.
Very nice.



73 N2DYN Angelo









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Training Material Developer
Basic Training for NVDA & Microsoft Word with NVDA E-Books now available: http://www.nvaccess.org/shop/

www.nvaccess.org 
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Re: certification test

Quentin Christensen
 

Up the top of the page is a link to "log in".  If you go to that link, it takes you to: https://certification.nvaccess.org/login where you can create an account (note that form lets you log in with an existing account as well, so make sure you are in the right part).

Regards

Quentin.

On Tue, Mar 7, 2017 at 1:06 PM, Shaun Oliver <blindman75@...> wrote:
interesting, I didn't see any such detail on the page when I went there. however, I shall have another look.




On 7/03/2017 12:27, Joseph Lee wrote:
Hi,
The login page apparently has instructions on creating an account. For those in the States, the first time certification fee is about 76 dollars, with the renewal fee being half of that.
Cheers,
Joseph

-----Original Message-----
From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Shaun Oliver
Sent: Monday, March 6, 2017 5:57 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
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As would I. it is something that has interested me ever since the concept was introduced.



On 7/03/2017 10:07, Dan Thompson wrote:
I would also like to look into this.

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From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Bill Dengler
Sent: Monday, March 06, 2017 12:27 PM
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I didn't know about this either!
How do I register?

Bill

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From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Artin Dekker
Sent: Monday, March 6, 2017 6:23 PM
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Hi,


How can I create an account for the NVDA certification test at certification.nvaccess.org?

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