Re: Are LaTex and PostScript accessible?

  • From: "TerriLynne" <terri_lynne@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 24 Dec 2004 13:58:34 -0700

PostScript is a program used for typing text. Its advantage over programs 
such as MSWord is that you can type in advanced math symbols and they are 
one symbol. I was told that in MSWord, those symbols take several 
keystrokes. Hence, if PostScript is usable, it would use single digit math 
symbols. This would make reading them with speech a snap, and, if it works 
with braille translation programs, make it easier to emboss braille math. I 
am talking here about higher math such as calculus 3, differential 
equasions, and partial differential equasions.


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