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"Tamye Lyles, Technical Writer--Martin Marietta Services Inc., 301
794-9600 x151" <uunet!VX740.DNET.NASA.GOV!tjl743c>
> Subject: Re: Disabilities
> I have a friend who is totally blind and has trouble with
> many software packages because the online documentation isn't complete
> or because of the growing trend towards GUIs (even in DOS-based applications)
> and mouse-driven applications.
Not being sarcastic, but how does a totally blind person even use online doc?