It wouldn't surprise me if the main disc has that information now, I
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am pretty sure it is a DVD now so space is no longer any sort of
On 7/25/17, Carolyn Arnold <4carolyna@...> wrote:
There is no way that all JAWS users are going to have the slightest idea how
to load the thing. Some will, some will not.
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Richard
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Subject: Re: JAWS packaging
Or, is it that they have improved the Jaws install process so special
instructions are no longer necessary?
AT least they still include some braille information.
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Joseph
Sent: Tuesday, July 25, 2017 5:58 AM
Subject: JAWS packaging
I just obtained JAWS through my Voc Rehab office and was a little surprised
by the JAWS package.
They used to package with an instructional CD on how to install JAWS (which
is still downloadable from the Web site, complete with cassette
tone-indexing marks). In the package, I found a bifold sleve containing the
Program DVD and the Authorization CD, a couple Braille sheets about the SMA,
a large print document (which I assume is the quick reference), and a
Braille quick reference booklet. I did not find any instructions on
installing JAWS, unless it was in the large print document I couldn’t read.
Of course, I am quite familiar with such procedures myself.
I guess, by now, they figure anyone who orders it knows how to install it
and doesn’t need any help. Or, are they falling down on the job?
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