[AI] tally accessibility with jaws
salatey at gawab.com
Sun Jun 1 05:11:57 EDT 2008
It is possible for a blind person to use Tally independently for most of the
time. The scrips developed by NAB Delhi have greatly improved the
accessibility of Tally. But in some places, users still need to navigate
using the JAWS cursor.
The only part where we require sighted assistance is the New Company
Creation screen. Once the company is created in Tally, then JAWS can be used
for making entries, generating & reading various reports etc.
Tally versions before version 5.4 were DOS-based & inaccessible with JAWS.
But later versions including version 5.4 are Windows-based & accessible with
----- Original Message -----
From: "hitendra" <rupani_hitendra at yahoo.co.in>
To: <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
Sent: Friday, May 30, 2008 11:45 PM
Subject: [AI] tally accessibility with jaws
> Hello list members,
> Is it possible for a completely blind person to handle Tally for
> accounting purposes? I want to prepare accounts for a small enterprise.
> Will it be possible? There are tally scripts available on Delhi site, how
> far these scripts are helpful? Which version of Tally is most accessible
> with JAWS?
> Some of our list members are accountants and have bulk of knowledge on
> this topic. I would request them to please share your opinions on this
> If Tally is not at all accessible, are there other accounting package
> which are accessible with JAWS? I have heard there are some other
> softwares such as Tata EX and busy bin. How far are these softwares
> accessible with JAWS?
> I would request our friends, who have knowledge on this topic, please
> share your email ID, mobile number or Skype ID so that I can directly get
> this piece of information from him or her.
> Hoping for a quick and positive reply
> Hitendra Rupani
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