Microsoft Issues new “Daisy Translator” Add-in

Microsoft Office Word 2007 “DAISY Translator” Add-in Updated: Save as MP3

Microsoft & the DAISY Consortium have released their second version of the DAISY Translator for Microsoft Office Word supporting users with disabilities.

QUOTE – Michael Hingson, the President of The Hingson Group: “The DAISY navigation system is one of the most significant developments to be made available since the development of Braille. DAISY allows people who are blind to move around recorded and electronic documents easily and seamlessly in a way so far only available to sighted readers.”

Download the Add-in

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Digital Text Coordinator at Landmark College in Putney, VT; a 2 year college for students who learn differently.
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One Response to Microsoft Issues new “Daisy Translator” Add-in

  1. Elizabeth says:

    This is super cool Candace. How does this differ from WordTalk? My tech skills aren’t techy enough to be able to tell from reading the website. Thanks!

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