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Electronic Formats

We offer some of our books in ASCII/Word or DAISY formats, either on CD or as downloads. These books are listed below.

As well, all of our paper braille books are available in a braille format on CD or as a download, called eBraille. See All Books.

You can instantly download many of our books in eBraille format! See the instructions here.

Computers You Can Talk To: Siri, Alexa, Google Now, and Cortana
The book is an overview, giving you an idea what sorts of things you can expect from each assistant. It tells you how to acquire and set up each assistant and, in the case of Amazon's products, the cost.
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Drop into Dropbox: It's So Much More than File Storage
Technology writer Judy Dixon takes you on a tour of Dropbox, the popular, cloud-based file syncing and storage system used in homes and workplaces around the world.
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Getting Started with Android
We hit pay dirt when JJ Meddaugh and Ana Garza of AT Guys agreed to write a soup-to-nuts Android book. So if you've been thinking about trying Android but have questions about its level of accessibility, Getting Started with Android gives you the skinny. Learn how to use Android with the accessibility feature TalkBack, from first time set-up to basic gestures, modified standard gestures, voice actions, installing and using apps, and much more. If you are new to Android or thinking of going Google, Getting Started with Android fits the bill.
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Getting Started with the iPhone and iOS 11
This new edition of our soup-to-nuts tutorial for beginners contains everything you need to know to get started using the iPhone and the iOS 11 operating system.
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Go Where You Wanna Go: Using GPS on the iPhone
Judy Dixon takes you on an app tour of 17 of the most user-friendly, accessible GPS apps for the iPhone, helping you to choose the right app for different situations.
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How to Learn About Almost Anything: A Guide to Educational iOS Apps for Blind Users
Popular technology writer Anna Dresner takes you on an app tour of over 40 of the best learning apps for all ages, and a range of interests, and knowledge levels. App categories covered include: apps that teach VoiceOver; reading and writing; arithmetic and higher math; science and technology; apps for developing your senses; and general knowledge and current events. Written for the naturally curious lovers of learning.
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iOS 11 Reference Card
Anna Dresner has updated her iOS reference card for 11! Don't miss Anna Dresner's quick, handy guide to VoiceOver, Bluetooth keyboard, and braille displays - all in one handy booklet! Keep it within reach!
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iOS 11 Without the Eye
"iOS 11 without the Eye" is our comprehensive guide to all that's new in iOS 11, and using iPhone X with VoiceOver!
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Mac Basics for the Beginning User
A guide specifically for people learning how to use a Mac, regardless of the operating system
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The Mac High Sierra Operating System
Popular technology writer Janet Ingber takes you through a brief overview of what's new in the Mac High Sierra operating system.
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Mac Reference Card
Updated for 2018! Janet Ingber's handy Mac reference card, including new additions for High Sierra.
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The Mac Sierra Operating System: A Brief Overview of What's New
Popular technology writer Janet Ingber takes you through a brief overview of what's new in the Mac Sierra operating system.
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Outlook 2010 with Jaws, Window-Eyes, and System Access
Outlook 2010 with JAWS, Window-Eyes, and System Access
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Ten Thousand Steps, Cane Not Included
Anna Dresner tells you about some wonderful and accessible resources that can help you get more fit.
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The Abundant Bookshelf: Reading Books on an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
Author Judith Dixon explores iOS reading apps, focusing the type of user experience: human voice narrators, synthesized voice narrators, or reading refreshable braille. She also offers a quick glimpse at 14 other apps for reading books on an iDevice.
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Twenty-Two Useful Apps for Blind iPhone Users (2nd Edition)
Did you know you can use an iPhone to take your blood pressure, listen to turn-by-turn walking or driving directions, record the budding musician in you, and so much more? If you have, or are thinking about getting, an iPhone, order this booklet!
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Writing Your Way: Composing and Editing on an iPhone or iPad
Judy Dixon explores numerous strategies and techniques to make writing and editing on an iPhone or iPad a breeze!
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You and Your Apple Watch: A Guide for Blind Users
The Apple Watch can give you the status of a flight, remind you of upcoming appointments, keep track of your activity — with all the apps available, you can find all sorts of uses for it, more than you've ever imagined!
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Children's Book of the Month!

Fly Guy's Big Family

Cover image of 'Fly Guy's Big Family'

Price: $6.99
Format: Print/Braille

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