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Chapter�9.�For Users with Disabilities

Gary Cramblitt

This section of the documentation discusses accessibility features in KWord for users with disabilities. Some of these features apply to KDE as a whole and are controlled from KDE Control Center . Some apply to all KOffice applications, and some are specific to KWord.

Installing the kdeaccessibility Module

Most of the features described in this chapter are enabled by installing the kdeaccessibility module. The kdeaccessibility module is part of the KDE project http://www.kde.org. The kdeaccessibility package can be obtained from ftp://ftp.kde.org/pub/kde/, the main ftp site of the KDE project.

Many distributions offer precompiled binaries on their ftp sites. Please check your distribution's web sites for more information.

More information about KDE accessibility can be obtained by visiting http://accessibility.kde.org/.




 
 
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