This podcast is a spoken recording of the 110-page of Apple’s VoiceOver Getting Started manual for Mac OS X v10.5 “Leopard.” It is organized into twelve episodes representing each of the chapters in the manual. VoiceOver is an accessibility technology built into Mac OS X for the blind and others with visual disabilities. It is a full-featured “screen reader” that speaks audible descriptions of the activities taking place on the computer, including the contents of documents, email, and webpages. It also provides a complete set of keyboard commands you use to control the computer without using the mouse. If you are new to Mac OS X and VoiceOver, Apple highly recommends that you listen to each episode in order. However, if you are already familiar with VoiceOver, you’re invited to skip to any episode that interests you. The contents of this podcast are also available in tagged PDF format, .brf (electronic braille) format, and embossed braille. For more information about these alternative formats, or to send Apple comments and suggestions visit www.apple.com/accessibility or send email to accessibility@apple.com.

This podcast is a spoken recording of the 110-page of Apple’s VoiceOver Getting Started manual for Mac OS X v10.5 “Leopard.” It is organized into twelve episodes representing each of the chapters in the manual. VoiceOver is an accessibility technology built into Mac OS X for the blind and others with visual disabilities. It is a full-featured “scre... Show more

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