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DOWNLOAD IMAGES FROM THE INTERNET; THE SCREEN READER WAY

Images and pictures are often used to express ideas and support a piece of information besides sharing memorable moments. An author of children literature uses group of colourful pictures and images to create children’s story book while blogger, journalist, web designer and public speaker use images and pictures for infographics, facts, concretization of concept, etc. these are created through camera captures and computer software e.g. Coral Draw, Paint, DrawPad, Express Animation, just to mention few. They may be gotten from the internet as well; but it’s advisable to state the source of the image to avoid plagiarism.


Downloading images from the internet is somehow difficult for sc ...

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MY SCREEN READER; MY SAVIOUR

I had fun yesterday following the argument on a WhatsApp group chat, “accessibility 360” regarding JAWS and NVDA screen reader. The pastor of JAWS mounted the pulpit for his homily while the NVDA gospellers were winning souls for the popular screen reader. Then, I reminisced over my computer journey with screen readers. I’m opportune to use different screen readers due to my pocket, literacy level, job, exploration and association. I want to tell you that the experiences are not the same; and I wish to share these with this post, hoping it will bring back your memory of the use of any of the screen readers.


Screen reader is a piece of software that relays the screen content to its us ...

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NVDA BEHAVIOUR IN MICROSOFT OFFICE PowerPoint

There is no how one can be 100% perfect, alright and self-sufficient; this is the situation with my lovely NVDA screen reader. Its less support for some Microsoft Office Suite products makes JAWS boast like indispensable screen reader. I for one who don’t really like JAWS as such will come acting loyal during these times. Let’s take a look at NVDA behavior in Microsoft PowerPoint.


Non-Visual Desktop Access (NVDA) also supports Microsoft Office PowerPoint. You can read, create, edit; and even do much more with NVDA in Microsoft Office PowerPoint. Interaction with the programme is enhanced by the NVDA hot keys, Microsoft Office keyboard shortcuts for general windows’ navigation and P ...

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10 NVDA ADD-ONS TO BOOST YOUR PRODUCTIVITY AND EFFICIENCY

The growth of NVDA user community is at geometric progress. This holds to the flexibility, accessibility, extensibility and frequent improvement of the screen reader. If for nothing, it’s been the only free screen reader that stand neck to neck with JAWS in functionality for about a decade. It has many contributors across the globe who see to the development of add-ons which gives more energy to NVDA to remain relevant till date; and helping millions of persons with blindness and visual impairment have a fair share of the global benefit of information and communication technology.


NVDA add-ons are mini programme packages developed to provide extra features or enhance the existing fun ...

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5 PRIORITY ADD-ONS FOR NVDA NEW COMERS AND COMPUTER BEGINNERS

A big thanks for your likes, tweets and comments as well as shares, which enable other people benefit from the tips and tutorials I post on this platform. You are such an amazing person for helping people discover and impact the world around them. Do keep keeping on with the kind gestures. I believe with you our community will stride to keep up with advancement in technology in this ever changing world.


I want to welcome every computer starter and individuals who have switched to the NVDA screen reader to haven of sweet computer experience. Believe when I tell you: “you made the right choice!” Although, it is observed that getting use to the NVDA screen reader as a new ...

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