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FSCast 178 – A visit with Brian Hartgen, creator of J-Say, Leasey and other JAWS scripts

Brian Hartgen joins John and Larry Gassman to  discuss  his 25 year career as an assistive technology trainer, the things that motivate him to extend JAWS functionality, and what’s new in the products he offers. Plus, a JAWS Power Tip from Michael Fulton. Activate this link to listen, or right click to download. You can …

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3 Quick Tips for Navigating Excel Spreadsheets with JAWS

Microsoft Excel is a popular application for creating and reading spreadsheets. Whether you use it to catalogue items, create a budget or analyze complex information, navigating data with JAWS can prove challenging. You can navigate Excel quickly and efficiently with JAWS using keyboard commands. These are especially helpful when first assessing the contents of a …

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The New Microsoft Edge Preview Has Great Accessibility Support

At the end of last Year, Microsoft announced that future versions of the Edge web browser will be based on Chromium, the same framework that’s  powered Google Chrome from the beginning.  This means that the new Edge will immediately benefit from all of Google’s work to ensure that Chrome embraces accessibility standards, and the work …

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FSCast 162, Hal Knight with stories from his broadcast radio career, and Rob Santello talks ham radio accessibility

Hal Knight has one of the most familiar voices to people calling the U.S. Freedom Scientific sales department. Most people don’t know that before joining Freedom in 2000, he spent 25 years+ on WPOR as one of Maine’s most popular country music DJs. Hal is also a great storyteller as you’ll hear in his conversation …

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