[Athen] Dragonize a desktop calculator with print out?
nettiet at gmail.com
Wed Apr 21 20:14:10 PDT 2010
Just brainstorming in print: what if the print out was done in a photo
layout (4 X 6) size - maybe it would work with one of those photo printers
since a regular printer would require someone to change the paper size.
On Wed, Apr 21, 2010 at 2:10 PM, Catalina Colaci <ccolaci at yukoncollege.yk.ca
> Hi, everybody
> Perhaps you already had discuss the following ; if so, Would you mind
> sending me the information?
> If not, then, Could we discuss feasible solutions to the problem?
> A client with mobility impairment /partial paralysis of the fingers uses
> Dragon Naturally Speaking -version 10 preferred- to enter data in a
> This person is presently working in a government office in accounting after
> completing successfully the face to face and hands-on interview process.
> During the practical exam, the person was allowed to enter the data in Excel
> using DNS.
> Now, the person is working the numbers from various spreadsheets and need a
> print-out to attach to the reports to show the math. Printing a whole letter
> sized sheet is out of the question, as they would go through way too much
> 1) Is there a calculator with print-out/till-tape capabilities that will
> work with Dragon?. Programs like MathPad or MathTalk do work with DNS, but
> they would still have the problem of printing a whole page. I imagine it
> would be a mobility challenge to work the separate totals in columns and
> then cut them.
> 2) Is there a computer compatible printer which could work with
> "calculator-type" paper roll (about 3" wide)? I remember years ago we use to
> print labels which came in a 3" roll directly from the computer... but I
> think that the printer was a dot matrix.
> I will appreciate your ideas. Thanks and have an excellent day.
> Catalina Colaci
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