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Picture of DUXBURY BRAILLE TRANSLATOR FOR WINDOWS (DBT WIN) The Duxbury Braille Translator for Windows (DBT Win) is a Braille translation program designed to provide Braille computer output for individuals who are blind. DBT Win is also designed to help persons who are not familiar with Braille as well as professional Braille transcribers to create highly accurate Braille versions of school textbooks and other teaching materials, office memos, restaurant menus, and signs compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Features include compatibility with speech output programs, refreshable Braille displays, and all major Braille printers; ability to import from popular word processors such as WordPerfect and Microsoft Word; Grade 1 and Grade 2 Braille translation in numerous languages, with Grade 2 translation available for most languages that use Grade 2 Braille; American Computer Braille Code and American Math/Science Code (Nemeth Code) translation; bidirectional (print-to-Braille and Braille-to-print) translation; textbook layout according to Braille Authority of North America (BANA) or Braille Authority of the United Kingdom (BAUK) standards; interline printing with ink and Braille aligned on the same page; the Duxbury Braille Font for viewing Braille dots within other programs; documentation in print, Braille, and electronic formats; and unlimited technical support by telephone, e-mail, or fax. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM and compatible computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: 25ight megabytes (MB) hard disk space, and Windows 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP or Vista. WARRANTY: 90 days.

Notes: Windows is a registered trademark of the Microsoft Corporation.

Price: 580.00.

This product record was updated on July 28, 2010.

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Duxbury Systems Inc

270 Littleton Road, Suite 6
Westford, Massachusetts 01886-3523
United States
Telephone: 978-692-3000.
Fax: 978-692-7912.

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American Thermoform Corp

1758 Brackett Street
La Verne, California 91750
United States
Telephone: 800-331-3676 or 909-593-6711.
Fax: 909-593-8001.

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1 UPS Way
PO Box 800
Champlain, New York 12919
United States
Telephone: 1 800 722-3393.
Fax: +1 888 871 4828.

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Personal Data Systems, Inc.

638 Sobrato Lane
Campbell, California 95008-4624
United States
Telephone: 800-426-4832 or 408-866-1126.
Fax: 408-866-1128.

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Repro-Tronics, Inc.

To the best of our knowledge, this company no longer sells assistive products. We list inactive companies for reference purposes only. The contact information listed is the last known for this company; current contact information is not available. If you have updated information on this company, please contact AbleData.

75 Carver Avenue
Westwood, New Jersey 07675
United States
Telephone: 800-948-8453 or 201-722-1880.
Fax: 201-722-1881.

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Sterling Adaptives, LLC

7665 Redwood Blvd
Suite 100
Novato, California 94945
United States
Telephone: 415-878-2922.
Fax: 415-878-2989.

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Technologies for the Visually Impaired, Inc.

9 Nolan Court
Hauppauge, New York 11788
United States
Telephone: 631-724-4479.
Fax: 631-724-4479.

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