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Google Docs provides a rich web-interface with customized keyboard commands for composing and editing documents in a collaborative fashion. For blind or visually-impaired individuals using a screen-reader application, Google recommends the Chrome browser with the ChromeVox screen-reader extension to best utilize the Google Docs web interface. The combination of JAWS for Windows and Firefox web browser may be used but may not provide full support within the Google Docs interface.
Another option for individuals using Microsoft Office on Windows is to install the Google Drive add-in. Google Drive provides the option to synchronize your Google Docs documents while using Microsoft Office applications, such as Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel, on the Windows platform. Individuals using assistive technologies and Microsoft Office applications may find the Google Drive add-in another method for creating and editing documents.
- Using a screen reader with Google Drive on the Web (link is external)
- Google Documents and screen-readers (link is external)
- Google Spreadsheets and screen-readers (link is external)