which financial software workss best with screen reader


ohio1803@...
 

Hello,

I am not seeking product endorsement, per se. But I am interested in migrating out away from Quicken which seems to leave me at frequent places without JAWS telling me what I am wanting to know. So, I am wondering which financial software is best for JAWS, current version 12, just for simple financial household management but can still also utilize the online transaction downloading from banks and credit card institutions. I wonder in particular about Money Talks from APH, which is designed for using with screen readers, and actually has its own screen reading speech option if you don't happen to have JAWS or another screen reading software. Are there users of MT who may guide me? The version of Quicken I am still using is 2009. I assume that our current version of JAWS has the best available working scripts with Quicken 2009. Is this at least partially true? I also will assume that the newest version of Quicken, which of course they are trying to sell me when I open my Quicken is not yet working well with JAWS. Does anyone know?

Thank you. and happy 4th of July.
I have NPR playing grand American band music today. Good stuff.
Rik


Steve <k8sp@...>
 

Money Talks works fine. I prefer it without its screen-reader. The help section, actually the manual, is very thorough.

Steve

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Subject: which financial software workss best with screen reader


Hello,

I am not seeking product endorsement, per se. But I am interested in migrating out away from Quicken which seems to leave me at frequent places without JAWS telling me what I am wanting to know. So, I am wondering which financial software is best for JAWS, current version 12, just for simple financial household management but can still also utilize the online transaction downloading from banks and credit card institutions. I wonder in particular about Money Talks from APH, which is designed for using with screen readers, and actually has its own screen reading speech option if you don't happen to have JAWS or another screen reading software. Are there users of MT who may guide me? The version of Quicken I am still using is 2009. I assume that our current version of JAWS has the best available working scripts with Quicken 2009. Is this at least partially true? I also will assume that the newest version of Quicken, which of course they are trying to sell me when I open my Quicken is not yet working well with JAWS. Does anyone know?

Thank you. and happy 4th of July.
I have NPR playing grand American band music today. Good stuff.
Rik


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Peter Holdstock <peterholdstock@...>
 

Does Money Talks support importing of statements from UK banks i.e. the quicken or CSV formats?

peter

-----Original Message-----
From: Steve
Sent: Monday, July 04, 2011 6:01 PM
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Subject: Re: which financial software workss best with screen reader

Money Talks works fine. I prefer it without its screen-reader. The help
section, actually the manual, is very thorough.

Steve
----- Original Message -----
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Sent: Monday, July 04, 2011 12:42 PM
Subject: which financial software workss best with screen reader


Hello,

I am not seeking product endorsement, per se. But I am interested in migrating out away from Quicken which seems to leave me at frequent places without JAWS telling me what I am wanting to know. So, I am wondering which financial software is best for JAWS, current version 12, just for simple financial household management but can still also utilize the online transaction downloading from banks and credit card institutions. I wonder in particular about Money Talks from APH, which is designed for using with screen readers, and actually has its own screen reading speech option if you don't happen to have JAWS or another screen reading software. Are there users of MT who may guide me? The version of Quicken I am still using is 2009. I assume that our current version of JAWS has the best available working scripts with Quicken 2009. Is this at least partially true? I also will assume that the newest version of Quicken, which of course they are trying to sell me when I open my Quicken is not yet working well with JAWS. Does anyone know?

Thank you. and happy 4th of July.
I have NPR playing grand American band music today. Good stuff.
Rik


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Jamie Prater
 

Hi, I can't help you but I am also interested in this question. I have jaws 11 but will be upgrading to jaws 12 eventually after my new equipment is purchased and I want to know about this. I had to quit using quicken years ago because it was becoming less and less accessible with jaws and I am most interested in what you hear on this, so please keep me posted at jdprater@bellsouth.net. Thanks, have a blessed day.

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Sent: Monday, July 04, 2011 11:42 AM
Subject: which financial software workss best with screen reader


Hello,

I am not seeking product endorsement, per se. But I am interested in migrating out away from Quicken which seems to leave me at frequent places without JAWS telling me what I am wanting to know. So, I am wondering which financial software is best for JAWS, current version 12, just for simple financial household management but can still also utilize the online transaction downloading from banks and credit card institutions. I wonder in particular about Money Talks from APH, which is designed for using with screen readers, and actually has its own screen reading speech option if you don't happen to have JAWS or another screen reading software. Are there users of MT who may guide me? The version of Quicken I am still using is 2009. I assume that our current version of JAWS has the best available working scripts with Quicken 2009. Is this at least partially true? I also will assume that the newest version of Quicken, which of course they are trying to sell me when I open my Quicken is not yet working well with JAWS. Does anyone know?

Thank you. and happy 4th of July.
I have NPR playing grand American band music today. Good stuff.
Rik


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Adi Kushnir <adikushnir@...>
 

Hi,
I think accomplish cash manager or something like that is the best out
there.

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On Behalf Of Jamie Prater
Sent: Monday, July 04, 2011 8:15 PM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: which financial software workss best with screen reader

Hi, I can't help you but I am also interested in this question. I have jaws
11 but will be upgrading to jaws 12 eventually after my new equipment is
purchased and I want to know about this. I had to quit using quicken years
ago because it was becoming less and less accessible with jaws and I am most
interested in what you hear on this, so please keep me posted at
jdprater@bellsouth.net. Thanks, have a blessed day.
----- Original Message -----
From: <ohio1803@q.com>
To: "The Jaws for Windows support list." <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com>
Sent: Monday, July 04, 2011 11:42 AM
Subject: which financial software workss best with screen reader


Hello,

I am not seeking product endorsement, per se. But I am interested in
migrating out away from Quicken which seems to leave me at frequent
places without JAWS telling me what I am wanting to know. So, I am
wondering which financial software is best for JAWS, current version
12, just for simple financial household management but can still also
utilize the online transaction downloading from banks and credit card
institutions. I wonder in particular about Money Talks from APH,
which is designed for using with screen readers, and actually has its
own screen reading speech option if you don't happen to have JAWS or
another screen reading software. Are there users of MT who may guide
me? The version of Quicken I am still using is 2009. I assume that
our current version of JAWS has the best available working scripts
with Quicken 2009. Is this at least partially true? I also will
assume that the newest version of Quicken, which of course they are
trying to sell me when I open my Quicken is not yet working well with
JAWS. Does anyone know?

Thank you. and happy 4th of July.
I have NPR playing grand American band music today. Good stuff.
Rik


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Jamie Prater
 

How much is this money talks software? Does it work with jaws 11 and 12? Thanks.

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Sent: Monday, July 04, 2011 12:01 PM
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Money Talks works fine. I prefer it without its screen-reader. The help section, actually the manual, is very thorough.

Steve
----- Original Message -----
From: <ohio1803@q.com>
To: "The Jaws for Windows support list." <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com>
Sent: Monday, July 04, 2011 12:42 PM
Subject: which financial software workss best with screen reader


Hello,

I am not seeking product endorsement, per se. But I am interested in migrating out away from Quicken which seems to leave me at frequent places without JAWS telling me what I am wanting to know. So, I am wondering which financial software is best for JAWS, current version 12, just for simple financial household management but can still also utilize the online transaction downloading from banks and credit card institutions. I wonder in particular about Money Talks from APH, which is designed for using with screen readers, and actually has its own screen reading speech option if you don't happen to have JAWS or another screen reading software. Are there users of MT who may guide me? The version of Quicken I am still using is 2009. I assume that our current version of JAWS has the best available working scripts with Quicken 2009. Is this at least partially true? I also will assume that the newest version of Quicken, which of course they are trying to sell me when I open my Quicken is not yet working well with JAWS. Does anyone know?

Thank you. and happy 4th of July.
I have NPR playing grand American band music today. Good stuff.
Rik


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Jamie Prater
 

Hi, can you tell us how jaws works best with accomplish cash? I've never heard of that program. Thanks, have a blessed day.

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From: "Adi Kushnir" <adikushnir@gmail.com>
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Sent: Monday, July 04, 2011 12:18 PM
Subject: RE: which financial software workss best with screen reader


Hi,
I think accomplish cash manager or something like that is the best out
there.

-----Original Message-----
From: jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com]
On Behalf Of Jamie Prater
Sent: Monday, July 04, 2011 8:15 PM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: which financial software workss best with screen reader

Hi, I can't help you but I am also interested in this question. I have jaws
11 but will be upgrading to jaws 12 eventually after my new equipment is
purchased and I want to know about this. I had to quit using quicken years
ago because it was becoming less and less accessible with jaws and I am most
interested in what you hear on this, so please keep me posted at
jdprater@bellsouth.net. Thanks, have a blessed day.
----- Original Message -----
From: <ohio1803@q.com>
To: "The Jaws for Windows support list." <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com>
Sent: Monday, July 04, 2011 11:42 AM
Subject: which financial software workss best with screen reader


Hello,

I am not seeking product endorsement, per se. But I am interested in
migrating out away from Quicken which seems to leave me at frequent
places without JAWS telling me what I am wanting to know. So, I am
wondering which financial software is best for JAWS, current version
12, just for simple financial household management but can still also
utilize the online transaction downloading from banks and credit card
institutions. I wonder in particular about Money Talks from APH,
which is designed for using with screen readers, and actually has its
own screen reading speech option if you don't happen to have JAWS or
another screen reading software. Are there users of MT who may guide
me? The version of Quicken I am still using is 2009. I assume that
our current version of JAWS has the best available working scripts
with Quicken 2009. Is this at least partially true? I also will
assume that the newest version of Quicken, which of course they are
trying to sell me when I open my Quicken is not yet working well with
JAWS. Does anyone know?

Thank you. and happy 4th of July.
I have NPR playing grand American band music today. Good stuff.
Rik


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Steve <k8sp@...>
 

Yes

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Does Money Talks support importing of statements from UK banks i.e. the quicken or CSV formats?

peter

-----Original Message-----
From: Steve
Sent: Monday, July 04, 2011 6:01 PM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: which financial software workss best with screen reader

Money Talks works fine. I prefer it without its screen-reader. The help
section, actually the manual, is very thorough.

Steve
----- Original Message -----
From: <ohio1803@q.com>
To: "The Jaws for Windows support list." <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com>
Sent: Monday, July 04, 2011 12:42 PM
Subject: which financial software workss best with screen reader


Hello,

I am not seeking product endorsement, per se. But I am interested in migrating out away from Quicken which seems to leave me at frequent places without JAWS telling me what I am wanting to know. So, I am wondering which financial software is best for JAWS, current version 12, just for simple financial household management but can still also utilize the online transaction downloading from banks and credit card institutions. I wonder in particular about Money Talks from APH, which is designed for using with screen readers, and actually has its own screen reading speech option if you don't happen to have JAWS or another screen reading software. Are there users of MT who may guide me? The version of Quicken I am still using is 2009. I assume that our current version of JAWS has the best available working scripts with Quicken 2009. Is this at least partially true? I also will assume that the newest version of Quicken, which of course they are trying to sell me when I open my Quicken is not yet working well with JAWS. Does anyone know?

Thank you. and happy 4th of July.
I have NPR playing grand American band music today. Good stuff.
Rik


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