Get the free lesson “An Introduction to VoiceOver” the first lesson from Mac for the Blind Audio Tutorial series on the One of the most frequent questions I receive and I have read on all of the blind user Mac mailing lists has to do with locating podcasts, documentation and resources for learning how to get started with the Mac and VoiceOver. In fact, of late, this has been a very common theme. So, what I am attempting to do on this page is collect resources that are specific to getting started with the Mac and VoiceOver. This will be a work in progress and I will attempt to break this down into sections to make referencing material easier. As always, suggestions and contributions are welcomed and encouraged. Documentation Here are some manuals and other documentation that should help the beginner or the user interested in switching to the Mac learn about the Mac and VoiceOver. Note that MacOS 10.13 High Sierra is the current version of the Mac operating system, but I offer older documentation for reference and in case the user is utilizing an older system with an earlier version of the OS.
However, for this page, I am only going to present the latest documents. If you are using an older operating system, please take a look at VoiceOver Getting Started with Sierra VoiceOver Getting Started with Sierra in Microsoft Word format: VoiceOver Getting started with El Capitan VoiceOver Getting Started with Yosemite MacOS keyboard shortcuts for High Sierra. Mac OS shortcuts as of Sierra.
Mac OS X keyboard shortcuts for El Capitan Mac OS Keyboard Shortcuts for Mavericks Mac OS Keyboard Shortcuts for Mountain Lion Podcasts and Demonstrations Please note that I have several demonstrations and podcasts that cover a variety of topics on the Yet another a podcast link courtesy of Scott Davert of Applevis. This one is on unboxing and setting up a Mac Book Air with VoiceOver assistance. David Woodbridge of Vision Australia and Applevis has created a series of “Mac Basics” podcasts to help the new user get started. I am going to link a few here, but please note that you should search the and do a search in the podcast category for, Mac basics. Here is an introduction to Mavericks done by David Woodbridge that can be found on the Applevis site. This is a link to another great podcast from Scott Davert of Applevis on connecting and using a Braille display on the Mac. Other Resources Here are some additional resources for getting started with the Mac and VoiceOver for beginners and those interested in switching to the Mac.
Mac Tutorials For Beginners
Starting with this site, I offer audio tutorials on the Mac for sale Also, there is our We also have a Please also take a close look at our where you will find links to several great email lists and a variety of Mac related resources. In addition, Mac for the Blind offers training and support services. If you need help getting started or would like to learn how to use your Mac and VoiceOver in a more comprehensive way, we offer several training packages and can easily customize a training program that meets your needs and, more importantly, your wallet. Please review our From the National Braille Press, Janet Ingber offers a great book to help people get up and running with their Mac and use VoiceOver effectively. I am proud to say that I had a small part in reviewing this book and making suggestions.
Solidworks e drawing viewer for mac. There are also other books she has written on earlier versions of the Mac operating system. Tim Sniffen offers a free iBook on using the Mac, which is called, “Mastering the Mac with VoiceOver”. From Applevis, David Woodbridge presents some very useful tips and other information on using the Mac and VoiceOver.
For those looking for some tutorials on using VoiceOver and Mountain Lion, Sarah Alawami has made some of her tutorials available for sale. In fact, you can purchase a zip file worth of them for only $6.00.
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