Moderated Re: Best braille translation program

Robert Cole

Its a braille book, and I dont read braille. so I was wondering if it could be converted to text.

On 11/21/2019 4:13 PM, Glenn / Lenny wrote:

If it has been scanned, then it is already in a format like DOCX or Open
Book format or something similar.
For that, you should use that software to convert to plain text.
You can then likely use this software to convert it to BRF for use on a
notetaker or Braille display.
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From: "Robert Cole via Groups.Io" <mr.robertcole@...>
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Can this software be used to convert a braille book that was scanned, to

On 11/21/2019 4:01 PM, ratshtron wrote:
try this link:

Legend has it that on Thursday 11/21/2019 02:35 PM, Glenn / Lenny said:

I went to APH to find that translation program, but which of the many
links do I use to find it?
I tried a couple links there and did not find any software available for

----- Original Message -----
From: <mailto:richardturner42@...>Richard Turner
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Sent: Thursday, November 21, 2019 2:26 PM
Subject: Re: Best braille translation program

If money is not an issue, the best is Duxbury, at somewhere around $500
or $600.
I use Braille Blaster, which is free from American Printing House for the

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On Nov 21, 2019, at 12:13 PM, Bill White <billwhite92701@...>

Hi. I am looking for advice as to the best Braille translation software.
I want to create my own grade two brf files from text files. What is the
best software I can use with Windows 10 and JAWS?

Thank you.

Bill White


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