Windows 7 and Vista Explained - a guide for blind and partially sighted usersThe Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) has just released this book Windows 7 and Vista Explained - a guide for blind and partially sighted users

 

 

 

“Windows 7 and Vista Explained, A guide for blind and partially sighted users, from RNIB, is all you will need to learn about Microsoft Windows 7 and Vista from a non-visual perspective. It's specifically written to empower blind and partially sighted computer users with whatever access technology is being used. This book is for:

  • blind and partially sighted computer users new to Windows or for those upgrading

  • trainers and people supporting users with sight loss.

This step-by-step guide will help to build skills and knowledge, starting with computer basics and Windows concepts, and leading through to topics such as file management, troubleshooting and using the internet. Fifth in the successful "Windows explained" series, it is written by award winning author Dr. Sarah Morley Wilkins, and Steve Griffiths….

Available in the following formats:

Book

  • Clear print - 14-point Arial, includes clear print images
  • Braille
  • Standard audio CD
  • Multimedia CD - contains full text and audio DAISY with DAISY player, HTML and braille-ready editions

Images (sold as separate volumes)

  • Braille tactile images
  • Large print images

You can order a copy from the RNIB or call them on 0303 123 9999

Find our more about the accessibility options in Windows 7 and Windows Vista

 

Rob