--- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 12/2002) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Noteworthy is a voice output word processor program designed for jotting down notes on the computer while using another application for individuals who are blind or have low vision. It has a "pop-up" design that allows you to activate it anytime you are using your PC - even while other programs are running. You can take phone messages, compose memos or letters, or create and edit batch files without the need to use Braille or a tape recorder. The "pop-up" feature saves time by eliminating the need to exit a program and load a separate editor just to jot down a note. All of the standard cursor and editing keys offered by the PC's keyboard are used by Noteworthy and file commands are mnemonic so they are easy to remember. Noteworthy has many useful text editing features with cursor navigation commands that let you move through and read text sentence by sentence and paragraph by paragraph rather than line by line. This program does not have its own speech features, but rather capitilizes on speech features that you already have in your screen reader. COMPATIBILITY: IBM PC, XT, AT and true IBM compatibles. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Requires 128K RAM, one 5.25 or one 3.5 inche floppy disk drive, video screen. If speech is desired, it works with Vocal Eyes and all other major screen reading programs.
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This product record was updated on April 24, 2003.