5 edition of Second Beginner"s Guide to Personal Computers for the Blind found in the catalog.
Second Beginner"s Guide to Personal Computers for the Blind
Diane L. Croft
by National Braille Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||130|
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Includes a buyer's guide to talking micros and large print display processors. Also published in braille and sound cassette.
Description: viii, pages ; 28 cm: Other Titles: Beginner's guide to personal computers for the blind and visually impaired: Responsibility: [D.L. Croft, editor]. Second beginner's guide to personal computers for the blind and visually impaired. Boston, MA (88 St. Stephen St., Boston ): National Braille Press, © (OCoLC) The Second Beginner's Guide to Personal Computers for the Blind and Visually Impaired.
2nd Edition. Croft, Diane L., Ed. The guide updates one section of a previously written manual on speech software for blind and visually impaired : Diane L. Croft.
THE SECOND BEGINNER'S GUIDE TO PERSONAL COMPUTERS FOR THE BLIND & VISUALLY IMPAIRED, 2nd Edition is published & distributed by National Braille Press Inc.
88 St. Stephen Street Boston, MA () Absolute Beginner’s Guide to Computer Basics, Fifth Edition, will help you figure out how to use your new computer system.
You’ll learn how computers work, how to connect all the pieces and parts, and how to start using them. You’ll learn about computer hardware and software, about the Microsoft Windows 7 operating system, and about the.
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