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Systems implemented to enable persons with various disabilities to use personal computers and access information stored or displayed on them. These disabilities include impairment of vision, hearing, and problems with fine motor control in the hands.

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OS X's built in screen reader, VoiceOver, works in Chrome. To enable it, go to System Preferences-> Universal Access-> Seeing and toggle the VoiceOver: radio group to On. You will also be able to che …
answered Dec 18 '11 by Nathan Greenstein
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You can do this with OS X's built in speech synth and Preview PDF-reading app. Here's how: Open System Preferences → Dictation & Speech → Text to Speech. Check the box (if it isn't already checked) …
answered Mar 12 '11 by Nathan Greenstein