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I agree with you,

I think if the program works with nvda it should work with most screen readers as there is not any display manniger in nvda or system access.

I am not a programmer so I could be talking out of my hat and i suppose I will be told if I am.

I use nvda as my screen reader all the time i hope this program will work using this screen reader Jfw will most likely use ms word as it is the screen reader of choice in the work place at the moment.

I do know of some ppl that use nvda in the work place but I think it's some way off for nvda any to get back on topic sorry mods I think using a screen reader that does not have a display chain manniger such as nvda to test this office program on is the way to go. I don't know how to fix any problems that would come along but I would be more than happy to report them.
All The Best
Kevin Cussick

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