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I am an approved volunteer in the British Computer Society /Ability net
IT Can Help program which offers
free computer help in the home to people with disabilities
If you have any questions related to computer problems or this website please email by clicking HERE.
Although I will do what I can to help, I give no guarantees and stress that you must take responsibility for changes you make to your computer
If you forget how to get to this site, just do a Google search for the word Silverhairs. You can follow me on Twitter, too at http://twitter.com/#!/SuffolkSilver
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Easy Access Please note that, with Vista, access to these facilities are all available by pressing the Windows Key + U
The BBC has some help regarding accessibility of the internet at http://www.bbc.co.uk/accessibility/ , http://www.bbc.co.uk/accessibility/guides/ and Microsoft deals with this for Windows 7 at http://www.microsoft.com/enable/training/windows7/
It is suggested the blind and partially sighted people should get a page
reader. Vista has a tolerably good 'narrator' with adjustable voices, pitch
and speed. Or you can download one from
www.browsealoud.com or a new one
called Thunder from
www.screenreader.net (XP, NT and
Windows 2000) You may find that downloading the WebbIE browser helps these
programs. Free from www.webbie.org.uk
And, if you use Firefox as your browser take a look at
the developer of Fire Vox, the screen reader for Firefox.
Other help for people with disabilities who wish to use a computer can be found at www.abilitynet.org.uk/myway
Some of the 'pages' on this site are very long indeed. If you wish to print a small section of a page just 'select' that section with the mouse, then go to File, Print. When the printer page is displayed make sure you click 'Selection'. Otherwise you may find the 'page' is actually 15!
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