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Re: good example


From: Stephanie Sullivan
Date: Oct 22, 2003 10:26AM

on 10/22/03 11:58 AM, Cheryl Kirkpatrick at <EMAIL REMOVED>
profoundly spewed forth their very articulate thoughts:

> Someone that does not have good muscle control with an illness like Cerebral
> Palsy can be unable to use a mouse. Having to tab through a number of links
> can
> be time consuming and frustrating. The very act of hitting the tab key can be
> very difficult also. I have a good friend with advanced arthritis.

Don't forget Carpal Tunnel folks... (which I imagine are increasing in
number with computers becoming more prevalent. :P)

Stephanie Sullivan

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