RNIB empowers blind and vision impaired Windows users through new book

Thursday, 15 April 2010 13:36pm

The UK's Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) has published a new book, Windows 7 and Vista Explained, a guide for users of Windows 7 and Vista who are blind or vision impaired.

The UK's Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) has published a new book, Windows 7 and Vista Explained, a guide for users of Windows 7 and Vista who are blind or vision impaired.

The book, written by award-winning author Dr. Sarah Morley Wilkins and Steve Griffiths, is a step-by-step guide that takes users though computer basics and how to get started with Windows, and progresses to more advanced topics such as file management, using the Internet and the full range of accessibility features that are available in Windows 7 and Vista. 

Windows 7 and Vista Explained is the fifth edition in RNIB's highly successful'Windows Explained' series. The book is available in multiple formats, including clear print, Braille, audio CD and multimedia CD, and can be purchased online from RNIB.

 


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