Working with Microsoft Word
Microsoft Word is one of the most commonly used text editors world-wide. Features in Word can greatly facilitate your braille production, particularly if you use them to prepare your document in a systematic way.
We hope to show you some tips which will assist in preparing documents for import to DBT, minimizing the work to be done inside DBT itself, and saving you valuable time.
It may come as a surprise to learn that many of these tips equally apply to preparing Word documents for alternative formats such as large print, accessible PDF Portable Document Format files, and e-books.
While we have tried to cover the main issues for using Word with the Duxbury Braille Translator (DBT), you may find many useful hints, tips, and advice about Word at http://wordribbon.tips.net/.
If you have an older version of Word which uses menus instead of a ribbon, try http://word.tips.net/.
The following are the main topics in this section: