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On the nvda-project site under openoffice you'll find a registry patch 
which I downloaded and merged since nvda won't have openoffice or 
libreoffice speaking without that registry patch.  Also, I'm running 
windows  7 on a 32-bit machine.  I'd have to get another machine with 
more memory and better motherboard to run in 64-bit mode.  I have 1 gig 
of ram on the machine and it's a Dell which is proprietary architecture 
so we have lots of moving parts here. for 
the screen reader download page.  It too like libreoffice is open source 
and if you know python you too can improve the program.

On Sun, 3 Jun 2012, V Stuart Foote wrote:


Sorry, didn't catch this the first time through your posting. Please double
check your entrance sequence to use Accessibility Tools in Libre Office:

The sequence you list would put you in the Appearance panel, not the
Accessibility panel--need to enter a second "a"

<alt>t  --  Tools
<alt>o -- Options
a --  for the Appearance panel
a -- for the Accessibility panel
<tab>  -- enter accessibility  panel, positioned on the "Support Assistive
Technology Tools (program restart required)
<space> -- space bar to toggle on or toggle off


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