[tabi] FW: Blind Authors Project: User Study Follow Up

  • From: "Allison and Chip Orange" <acorange@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <tabi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 1 Aug 2011 20:42:13 -0400

Hi all,
for anyone who owns Word 2007 and is willing to try this new product for the
blind, below is a call for volunteers to help out the creators of this free


From: Molly Jow [mailto:jow.molly@xxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Monday, August 01, 2011 3:14 PM
To: acorange@xxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Blind Authors Project: User Study Follow Up 

Dear Chip, 

First of all, thank you for taking the time to help us with our project. We
greatly appreciate your assistance and feedback. 

We are conducting a user study of the new technology that we've developed to
check document formatting. If you're willing to test it out, we'd love to
get your feedback. Here are the instructions to complete the user study for
the Microsoft Office Word 2007 Formatting Checker Add-in.

Please complete this user study by August 3rd, 2011 and enter your email in
the survey for a chance to win a $50 Amazon.com gift card. Or complete it by
August 12, 2011 and enter your email in the survey for a chance to win a $25
Amazon gift card.

Note: To be able to use the Add-in you must have one of the Windows
operating systems (XP, Vista or 7) and, most importantly, the Microsoft
Office 2007 system.

1.       Begin by reading the Manual (available in 3 formats: .docx, .doc
and .pdf)
2.       Install the Formatting Checker Add-in by following the instructions
in the Manual. 
Note: After you install the Add-in, you need to close the Manual and open it
again in order for the Add-in to appear as one of the ribbon tabs.
3.       Familiarize yourself with the Add-in by using it to inspect one of
your word processed documents.
4.       Inspect and correct the document called: "Formatting Checker User
Study Document" (available in 2 formats: .docx and .doc)
5.       Save the document after you correct and send it to:
<mailto:lmmoralesvill@xxxxxxxxx> lmmoralesvill@xxxxxxxxx
6.       Finally, go to the following link and complete the survey:

On behalf of Sri Kurniawan, Associate Professor from the Department of
Computer Engineering at UC Santa Cruz, 

Thank you!

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