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From: mubbangachipalo@zambia.co.zm
Date: Mar 10, 2017 1:12AM


Dear Sir or Madam, I am very interested in your books as well as your lessons however I want to know whether you print or provide braille books. On the other hand I want to know whether you have got computer Braille books for the blind. Actually I am a blind person and find it difficult to read and write PDF-files on a computer, therefore in which way can you help me?
Regards,
Mubanga Chipalo.


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> I'm trying to put together a list of resource links for document creators in our office. Last week I watched an excellent Accessible PDF tutorial on Lynda.com. However, not everyone in our office has access to Lynda.com. I'm trying to find something similar in nature. Either a free online course, picture-heavy tutorial articles, etc. Do you have a favorite resource you like to refer people to for creating accessible MS Word documents and PDFs?
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