Microsoft offering visually impaired users screen reader software at no cost.

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Microsoft and GW Micro are partnering to provide people who are blind or have low vision improved access to Microsoft Office. Customers who have purchased and installed any version of Microsoft Office 2010 or 2013, including both perpetual and subscription clients, are eligible to download a free copy of Window-Eyes, GW Microโ€™s widely used and highly regarded screen reading software.

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-Carl

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