Add an e-mail account in Outlook 2016 – audio demonstration with Jaws screen reader

In this episode I am demonstrate how to add an e-mail account in Outlook 2016.
For this purpose I have used my laptop with Windows 10 Creator, a Home Office 365 subscription which allows me to use Outlook 2016 and other Office products with other 5 users of my family. As a screen reader I have used Jaws 16 and the account was a Yahoo one.
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Insert a HTML Paypal buy button into a WordPress webpage

Today, I am going to demonstrate how to insert a HTML Paypal button into your WordPress webpage.
Probably this lesson is more valuable for web developers, self employed or blind people involved in business, especially the online type.
In case of having a website, but don’t know how to set up a Paypal button, just follow this article and listen the audio demonstration. Continue reading Insert a HTML Paypal buy button into a WordPress webpage

KNFB Reader for Windows 10 – audio demonstration

KNFB Reader, one of the almost loved app for blind people, which helps to read printed materials is available for not so long ago for Windows 10 and Windows 10 mobile. Continue reading KNFB Reader for Windows 10 – audio demonstration

Amazon Echo Dot first set up – audio demonstration

In this episode I am doing a demonstration of Amazon Echo Dot, starting with the first set up, , step by step, and finishing with a short demonstration of what Echo Dot is capable of.
i have used an iPhone for this set up, but Echo Dot may be set up for first time from a PC, Mac or Android device as well.
In order to use it you need a wireless internet connection and a second device from starting with the set up process.
You can do this from PC using the web interface, from your smart phone using a dedicated app provided by Amazon, or from your Kindle device.

NatWest App for iOS with VoiceOver – audio demonstration

A while ago I have produced a podcast episode about Barclays App for iPhone, and today it is NatWest turn to talk about.
I am using NatWest App for a couple of years and the accessibility looks better and better.
In this episode I will demonstrate this app using VoiceOver, so with blind people in mind.
First, is an overview of this app, and secondly I have made a payment from my NatWest account into a Barclays account.
The application is easy to use and no other gestures are necessary apart of flicking one finger left to right or vice-versa or one finger double tap to open a option or to activate a button.
I wish to mention two nice features which I love in NatWest:
* mobile top up
* Get Cash option

The first one allow you to top up a pay and go mobile phone and the second one to get cash without a card when you meet a NatWest or Tesco ATM. How it works?
You have to open that option in the app, type an amount and tap on get code button.
You can receive your temporarily code via SMS or simply keep it in mind.
It is available for few hours. Two hours if I remember correctly.
Go to ATM and choose Emergency Cash option. Type your required amount and the code and you’ll receive your money without using a physical debit card.

Please let me know about your experience with this app , or try to say what you love or not about it.
For any help don’t hesitate to ask in comments.