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TechDis workshop: Accessibility features of Microsoft Windows, Word and Powerpoint

This workshop will highlight the accessibility features of Windows and a range of desktop publishing tools. Discussion will be held regarding the adjustments that can be made for a range of disabilities by using these features.

Date: 14 November, 2002
Venue: York
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