[AI] AccessIndia Digest, Vol 26, Issue 56

sharafu sharafukallayi at gmail.com
Sun Jun 15 08:35:02 EDT 2008


hello friends,
i am using talks 2.514, this talks working only
 nokia application. talks do not working nokia supporting software. like 
smartmoovi, altramfree.
once i instaled consis english dictionary but talks
cannot read it.
sharafu.
sharafukallayi at gmail.com
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>   1. Braille wrist watches (Ashwani)
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>   3. how can off laptop moniter (sharafu)
>   4. Re: Did you get my invite? (Anubha Bhargava)
>   5. Re: Google emerges from rubble of collapsed Microsoft-Yahoo
>      (shakir syed)
>   6. IT's open season on the Web! (Gopalakrishnan)
>   7. Towards low-tech, high-value solutions for disabilities
>      (renuka warriar)
>   8. Re: how can off laptop moniter (Syed Imran)
>   9. Re: Did you get my invite? (Syed Imran)
>  10. How to read tables using talks? (Syed Imran)
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> Message: 1
> Date: Sat, 14 Jun 2008 23:59:04 -0700
> From: "Ashwani" <ashwanijassal at gmail.com>
> Subject: [AI] Braille wrist watches
> To: <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
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> Hi friends
> I have posted a mail two days back in which I have mentioned about no 
> availability of These watches with several  dealers in Delhi some of them 
> were even not aware of this concept of Braille watches. I  want to know , 
> has anybody got this watch from any Titan showroom in Delhi? If yes, Then 
> please let me know so that I could also purchase it. Thanks.
>
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> Message: 2
> Date: Sun, 15 Jun 2008 02:41:26 +0800
> From: "Anubha Bhargava" <pinkanu.anubha at gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: [AI] Did you get my invite?
> To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in
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> Hello,
> Thanks for yr invitation.
> But, before I join u pls tell me, What is meant by Desktop Dating &
> How is it done?
> Many thanks in advance & hope to rec yr reply soon by return mail.
> With best regards.  Anubha.
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> On 6/14/08, Ramkumar Paghan <drkwisdom at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi,
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> Date: Sun, 15 Jun 2008 00:59:13 +0530
> From: "sharafu" <sharafukallayi at gmail.com>
> Subject: [AI] how can off laptop moniter
> To: <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
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> dear friends
> i am sharafuddeen. i am using laptop can i off the laptop moniter while 
> using the system? because i do not want display the time of reading and 
> hearing. so that i can save the batery power of my system.
> i hop help of every one.
> sharafukallayi at gmail.com
>
>
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> Message: 4
> Date: Sun, 15 Jun 2008 03:36:04 +0800
> From: "Anubha Bhargava" <pinkanu.anubha at gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: [AI] Did you get my invite?
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> On 6/13/08, Kavita Desai <kavita.desai08 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi,
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>>
>> Please join me
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> Hello,
> Thanks a lot for yr invitation.
> But, before I join u, pls do tell me What is Desktop Dating & How it is 
> done?
> Many thanks in anticipation & hoping to rec yr reply soon by return
> mail for sure.
> With best regards.  Anubha.
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> Message: 5
> Date: Sat, 14 Jun 2008 22:02:27 +0100
> From: "shakir syed" <shakirsd at gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: [AI] Google emerges from rubble of collapsed
> Microsoft-Yahoo
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> Hi Renuka,
> I'm Shakir success coach and HRD trainer. I'd like to learn more about 
> you.
> Bye.
>
>
> On 6/14/08, renuka warriar <erenuka at gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>> The Hindu News Update Service
>> default/empty
>> News Update Service
>> Saturday, June 14, 2008 : 0940 Hrs
>>
>> Top Stories
>> Google emerges from rubble of collapsed Microsoft-Yahoo talks
>>
>> SAN FRANCISCO (AP): Microsoft Corp.'s abandoned takeover bid for Yahoo 
>> Inc.
>> appears to have culminated with a disheartening thud for those two 
>> companies
>> but amounted to yet another coup for online search leader Google Inc.
>>
>> What began in January as Microsoft's most audacious attack yet on Google
>> instead paved the way for the Internet's most powerful company to gain 
>> even
>> more
>> clout through a deal that gives Google access to a large chunk of Yahoo's
>> advertising space.
>>
>> By submitting to a partnership that endorses Google's search advertising
>> technology as a better choice than its own, Yahoo is giving online 
>> marketers
>> even
>> more incentive to spend most of their money with its biggest rival,
>> according to industry analysts.
>>
>> It looks like such a sweet deal for Google that the U.S. Justice 
>> Department
>> and lawmakers are expected to take a hard look at the arrangement to make
>> sure
>> it doesn't give Google too much control over the Internet's search
>> advertising market.
>>
>> Google currently has about 75 percent of the U.S. search advertising 
>> market
>> followed by Yahoo at 9 percent, according to the research firm eMarketer
>> Inc.
>>
>>
>> Although they contend their alliance won't lessen competition, Google and
>> Yahoo have agreed to wait until late September to begin working together 
>> so
>> the
>> U.S. government has more time to assess the potential impact.
>>
>> Even more importantly to Google, the Yahoo partnership keeps a 
>> potentially
>> valuable weapon out of Microsoft's control.
>>
>> Without Yahoo's renowned franchise, Microsoft once again is scrambling to
>> find a way to fix its unprofitable online operations and narrow Google's
>> commanding
>> lead in the Internet's rapidly growing ad market.
>>
>> Google shares gained $18.56 to close Friday at $571.51 while Microsoft
>> shares added 83 cents to close at $29.07 _ an indication that some 
>> investors
>> were
>> relieved the world's largest software maker concluded it would be too
>> expensive and troublesome to buy Yahoo.
>>
>> On the other side of the fence, Yahoo shareholders had been clinging to 
>> the
>> possibility that Microsoft would revive its last offer of $47.5 billion, 
>> or
>> $33 per share, to buy the Internet pioneer. But those hopes evaporated 
>> late
>> Thursday after Yahoo disclosed Microsoft had ``unequivocally'' rebuffed 
>> an
>> attempt to renew the negotiations.
>>
>> In a sign of investors' frustration, Yahoo shares dropped as much as 
>> $1.77,
>> or 7.5 percent, Friday before rallying late in the session to finish at
>> $23.47,
>> down five cents. The downturn marked Yahoo's lowest stock price since it
>> closed at $19.18 at the end of January, just before Microsoft launched 
>> its
>> takeover
>> attempt.
>>
>> That leaves Yahoo's market value 29 percent below Microsoft's last offer,
>> which was withdrawn May 3 after Yahoo asked for $37 per share. Yahoo's 
>> stock
>> hasn't
>> reached that price since January 2006.
>>
>> At least Microsoft still has a strong, highly profitable backbone _ a 
>> suite
>> of software products that run most computers around the world.
>>
>> Yahoo, though, may have made a Faustian bargain by hiring Google to show 
>> ad
>> links next to a significant portion of the ad links appearing alongside
>> search
>> results on its Web site in the United States and Canada. The Sunnyvale,
>> California-based company also will pluck Google ads to show on other Web
>> sites
>> in its marketing network.
>>
>> Yahoo expects its annual revenue to get an $800 million lift from the
>> arrangement with Google while still showing show the majority of its own 
>> ads
>> alongside
>> its own search results. But most analysts viewed it as an act of
>> desperation, asserting it's only a matter of time before advertisers 
>> shift
>> all their business
>> to Google because they know their messages will show up on Yahoo either
>> way.
>>
>> Deutsche Bank analyst Jeetil Patel described Yahoo's decision to farm out
>> advertising to Google as ``one of the worst strategic maneuvers seen in 
>> the
>> Internet
>> industry.''
>>
>> Google will get such great access to Yahoo's highly trafficked Web site
>> that it should be able to gather more insights about the correlation 
>> between
>> search
>> requests and advertising, ThinkPanmure analyst William Morrison wrote in 
>> a
>> Friday research note titled ``Giving Away The Store (To Google).''
>>
>> And that additional data could help Google further improve its 
>> advertising
>> formula to become an even more compelling marketing magnet.
>>
>> The partnership also cast doubt on a turnaround plan Yahoo co-founder 
>> Jerry
>> Yang began drawing up year ago after he replaced Terry Semel as the
>> company's
>> chief executive.
>>
>> A big part of that strategy hinged on Yahoo becoming a ``must-buy'' for
>> advertisers _ a strategy that the Google deal appears to contradict.
>>
>> ``This raises very important questions about the long-term vision for
>> (Yahoo) and its place in the industry,'' said Cantor Fitzgerald analyst
>> Derek Brown.
>>
>>
>> Yahoo shareholders will get a chance to vent their frustration at the
>> company's annual meeting Aug. 1 when activist investor Carl Icahn will 
>> seek
>> to replace
>> the board with nine alternate candidates.
>>
>> Icahn was primarily interested in selling Yahoo to Microsoft, so his
>> campaign to replace the board may be hurt if he can't persuade 
>> shareholders
>> he has
>> other viable ideas on how to boost Yahoo's stock price. He didn't return 
>> a
>> call seeking comment Friday.
>>
>> Yang and his top lieutenant, Susan Decker, defended the Google deal as a
>> profitable move that will better position the company to capitalize on 
>> the
>> Internet
>> advertising market's growth from roughly $40 billion worldwide this year 
>> to
>> a projected $75 billion to $80 billion market in 2011.
>>
>> Microsoft contends it offered Yahoo a better alternative even after 
>> losing
>> interest in buying the entire company.
>>
>> When the latest talks broke off June 8, Microsoft was prepared to buy
>> Yahoo's search operations for $1 billion and pay $35 per share to 
>> accumulate
>> $8 billion
>> worth of Yahoo's stock, according to an internal note sent Friday by 
>> Kevin
>> Johnson, who oversees Microsoft's online operations.
>>
>> Microsoft also would have offered guarantees that could have boosted
>> Yahoo's operating cash flow by an estimated $1 billion annually, Johnson
>> wrote.
>>
>> Yahoo estimates the Google partnership will increase its operating cash
>> flow by $250 million to $450 million annually.
>>
>> ``Regardless of Yahoo's decision, we will continue to move forward on our
>> strategy in online services and advertising,'' Johnson assured Microsoft
>> employees.
>>
>>
>> Microsoft left the door open to renewing talks about buying Yahoo's 
>> search
>> operations. Yahoo also gave itself some wiggle room by including a clause 
>> in
>> the Google partnership that would end the alliance for a termination fee 
>> of
>> up to $250 million.
>>
>> Some analysts and investors still think Microsoft eventually might try to
>> buy Yahoo in its entirety, although at a price well below $47.5 billion.
>>
>> ``Yahoo seems to have backed itself into a corner pretty effectively here
>> so it would appear Microsoft has a lot of leverage,'' said Dan 
>> Davidowitz, a
>> portfolio
>> manager for Polen Capital Management, which owns about 750,000 shares of
>> Microsoft and 37,000 shares of Google.
>>
>> Davidowitz said he isn't interested in owning Yahoo's stock.
>>
>>
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> Message: 6
> Date: Sun, 15 Jun 2008 06:10:40 +0530
> From: "Gopalakrishnan" <gopalakrishnan_vip at yahoo.co.in>
> Subject: [AI] IT's open season on the Web!
> To: "Access India" <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
> Message-ID: <011801c8ce80$a9c62510$0201a8c0 at gopalakr445624>
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> IT's open season on the Web!
>
> Anand Parthasarathy
>
> Firefox 3 will be available for free download on June 17
>
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
> Latest Ubuntu 8.04 desktop can run from DVD drive
>
> Firefox has a reputation for blocking viruses
>
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
> - Graphic: Anand Parthasarathy
>
> OPEN HOUSE: The latest version 3 of the Firefox browser can be downloaded 
> on June 17, while the new desktop version of Ubuntu linux is already 
> available.
>
>
> Bangalore: Within weeks of each other, the most popular Open Source 
> operating system and one of the most used web browsers for lay users have 
> unveiled their
> latest avatars - and chances are they will attract millions of first-time 
> users. On Tuesday, the third edition of Firefox will become available for 
> free
> download. Such is the build-up and hype for this Open Source web browser 
> that 1.6 million users have already pre-registered to get the software on 
> Download
> Day, June 17 - and as of Saturday, 21,300 of them are based in India.
>
> Mozilla, which promotes Firefox, hopes to create a Guinness World Record 
> for the highest number of downloads on a single day (downloads can be done 
> from
>
> http://www.spreadfirefox.com
> /en-US/worldrecord/firefox3).
>
> Firefox has a reputation for blocking viruses and other malware more 
> effectively than many competing offerings, and many users whose PCs or 
> laptops run
> on proprietary systems still choose to browse with Firefox.
>
> The browser has ironed out almost all its minor glitches during months as 
> a beta and what is offered now is a robust version.
>
> Going by the pre-release versions, Firefox 3 will be available in the 
> Punjabi and Gujarati versions also.
>
> The switch to an Open Source operating system has become just a bit 
> easier, with the recent availability of the latest version - 8.04 - of the 
> Linux distribution,
> Ubuntu. A free download from Canonical, U.K., Ubuntu has become one of the 
> most popular Linux flavours - and the latest version can be saved on a DVD 
> and
> will run directly from that drive without disturbing whatever operating 
> system one may be running. It can be downloaded from
> www.ubuntu.com/download
> but since the full software takes almost 4 GB, readers may prefer to use 
> one of the free DVDs being offered with the June 2008 issues of the 
> computer monthlies
> Digit and Chip in India. This correspondent used the Chip DVD and it 
> opened Ubuntu in trial mode on a Windows Vista PC, allowing sampling of 
> all its features,
> including the OpenOffice suite and the Open Source graphics software GIMP, 
> which are bundled. At the end of the trial the DVD can be removed and the 
> PC
> returned to the Vista desktop, without hassle.
>
> This feature alone will give many first-time users the courage to give 
> Open Source a try.
>
> Source: "The Hindu: National", date: 15-06-2008
>
> With regards,
>
> Gopalakrishnan
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 7
> Date: Sun, 15 Jun 2008 07:05:03 +0530
> From: "renuka warriar" <erenuka at gmail.com>
> Subject: [AI] Towards low-tech, high-value solutions for disabilities
> To: <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
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> Date:15/06/2008 URL: 
> http://www.thehindu.com/2008/06/15/stories/2008061559351000.htm
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>
>
> National
>
> Towards low-tech, high-value solutions for disabilities
>
> Vijaysree Venkatraman
>
> Cleverly designed, locally made mobility devices can help people with 
> disabilities get around and do more - not become charity cases
>
> - Photo: By special arrangement
>
> A wheelchair designed by Amos Winter, a Massachusetts Institute of 
> Technology graduate student.
>
> "Watch out for falling legs," Amos Winter, a Massachusetts Institute of 
> Technology (MIT) graduate student, warns. Heeding that unusual warning, 
> this writer
> gingerly settles into a low wheelchair in the basement studio. The legs in 
> question are prosthetic limbs of rubberised material. This is the Mobility 
> Lab,
> M-Lab for short, a workshop for an MIT undergraduate course of the same 
> name.
>
> Students use this space to design mobility aids for the population with 
> disabilities in developing countries. Mr. Winter teaches wheelchair 
> design; Goutam
> Reddy, a recent MIT graduate, focuses on artificial foot design.
>
> "This course is a great way to apply theoretical principles taught in 
> mechanical engineering classes to help people around the world," says Mr. 
> Winter.
> Mr. Reddy and Mr. Winter have a common mentor: MIT Lecturer Amy Smith.
>
> Simple solutions
>
> In 2004, Ms. Smith won the MacArthur Fellowship for creative uses of 
> simple technology to solve everyday problems of the developing world. 
> True, the knowhow
> to tackle these challenges already exists in some of these countries. 
> India, for instance, has its Indian Institutes of Technology, says the 
> 45-year-old
> mechanical engineer. "But typically, solving low-tech problems brings 
> little academic prestige," she adds. That could be one reason why 
> engineers from
> such institutes often shy away from the more mundane design challenges.
>
> Coming up with elegant solutions and affordable products for the 
> underserved in the developing world requires some resources, and more 
> important, tremendous
> resourcefulness. Although labour is typically cheap, materials contribute 
> significantly to the product cost in these countries, says Ms. Smith. Some 
> high-tech
> tools and supplies are simply not available. "You can't use titanium to 
> make wheelchair parts in Tanzania," says Mr. Winter, wryly.
>
> Accidental altruist
>
> Two years ago, this accidental altruist picked a project in Tanzania, 
> mainly to be with his girlfriend. But that summer spent in assessing 
> mobility aids
> transformed him. First, Mr. Winter discovered, Africa did not have enough 
> wheelchairs. Manoeuvring imported machines inside buildings remained an 
> arduous
> task; the devices did not handle the rough surfaces of the roads too well 
> either. When they fell apart, they could not even be repaired locally.
>
> The M-lab mantra is simple: cleverly designed, locally made mobility 
> devices0 can help the physically challenged get around and do more - not 
> become charity
> cases. This semester, students made prototypes of wheelchair attachments: 
> a tow-cart to haul medium-size loads, a small fold-out table to display 
> products
> at the market or, in the case of schoolchildren, the ability to do 
> homework sitting upright.
>
> For Mr. Reddy, who teaches prosthetic design, the work is cut out. The 
> Jaipur foot, an indigenous prosthetic made in India, costs little and lets 
> the wearer
> - someone who has had an amputation below the knee, for instance - do a 
> variety of things: walk on two feet, ride a bike, climb a tree or execute 
> Bharatanatyam
> steps.
>
> Yet, more can be done to make this artificial leg an efficient 
> prosthetic - particularly for above-the-knee amputees, he points out. 
> Engineers can also
> provide expertise in making foot braces for the polio-affected.
>
> Little time for research
>
> Since its inception in 1975, the Jaipur Foot Organisation (JFO) has helped 
> at least a million patients. The very volume of work, however, leaves this 
> charity
> - the world's largest provider of prosthetics - with little time for 
> research and development. "Computer modelling to design artificial legs is 
> not too
> expensive, but it does require highly-trained experts," says Mr. Reddy, 
> whose specialty is biomechatronics. This fall, he will start life as a 
> medical
> student.
>
> Fitting those who have had amputations with customised legs is a complex 
> process. In the last decade, the Centre for International Rehabilitation 
> and the
> JFO co-developed a rapid fitting system to make moulds of missing limbs. 
> Instead of the traditional plaster of Paris, which shrinks as it dries, 
> this process
> uses sand or polystyrene beads.
>
> Overall, the system produces a better fit, but it runs on electricity. 
> Last year, MIT students designed a hand-cranked pump and made other 
> modifications
> to streamline the process. Now, the portable device can be used even in 
> remote camps without a bulky generator, says Mr. Reddy.
>
> Popular courses
>
> These courses are immensely popular. At the beginning of the semester, 
> there is a lottery to decide who will get into M-lab and Ms. Smith's 
> class.
>
> "Today, the world needs not one, but a hundred such labs," says 
> development guru Paul Polak, author of the recent book Out of Poverty. 
> Ideally, at least
> half of these labs should be located in the developing countries where 
> millions need inexpensive technology to improve the quality of their 
> lives, he adds.
>
> Each semester, about 60 MIT students take a hands-on approach to a 
> practical problem from the Third World. Over school break, some travel 
> abroad with their
> prototypes. "You can only go so far with designing a product before you 
> field-test it," says April Watchel, an M-lab student who will bring her 
> group's
> wheelchair design to Sinaloa, Mexico, this summer.
>
> Five dozen students on a short school-sponsored trip cannot end global 
> poverty, but their earnest efforts demonstrate that low-tech problems in 
> the developing
> world are challenges worthy of any serious engineer's time. While that 
> simple realisation may not be enough to save the world, it could be one 
> step forward
> for sustainable technology.
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 8
> Date: Sun, 15 Jun 2008 08:19:26 -0700
> From: "Syed Imran" <syed.fame at gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: [AI] how can off laptop moniter
> To: <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
> Message-ID: <002001c8cefb$37190980$6401a8c0 at SYEDD>
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>
> My friend, even I too wanted my HP notebook's display to be completely
> turned off. I enquired many people, I even went to the HP servicing center
> to know how I can turn the display off but, the servicing guy told me that
> he could only help me reduce the brightness if I want to, but turning off
> the monitor was just out of the question. Which laptop are you using 
> anyway?
>
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "sharafu" <sharafukallayi at gmail.com>
> To: <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
> Sent: Saturday, June 14, 2008 12:29 PM
> Subject: [AI] how can off laptop moniter
>
>
>> dear friends
>> i am sharafuddeen. i am using laptop can i off the laptop moniter while
>> using the system? because i do not want display the time of reading and
>> hearing. so that i can save the batery power of my system.
>> i hop help of every one.
>> sharafukallayi at gmail.com
>> To unsubscribe send a message to accessindia-request at accessindia.org.in
>> with the subject unsubscribe.
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>
>
>
>
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>
> Message: 9
> Date: Sun, 15 Jun 2008 08:22:42 -0700
> From: "Syed Imran" <syed.fame at gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: [AI] Did you get my invite?
> To: <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
> Message-ID: <004d01c8cefb$aa4d6090$6401a8c0 at SYEDD>
> Content-Type: text/plain; format=flowed; charset="iso-8859-1";
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> Forget it yar it's just nothing
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Anubha Bhargava" <pinkanu.anubha at gmail.com>
> To: <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
> Sent: Saturday, June 14, 2008 11:41 AM
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>> Hello,
>> Thanks for yr invitation.
>> But, before I join u pls tell me, What is meant by Desktop Dating &
>> How is it done?
>> Many thanks in advance & hope to rec yr reply soon by return mail.
>> With best regards.  Anubha.
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>> On 6/14/08, Ramkumar Paghan <drkwisdom at gmail.com> wrote:
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> Message: 10
> Date: Sun, 15 Jun 2008 08:39:10 -0700
> From: "Syed Imran" <syed.fame at gmail.com>
> Subject: [AI] How to read tables using talks?
> To: <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
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> Hi,
>
> I was just wondering how one can read tables and spreadsheets using Talks. 
> I have quick office installed on my cellphone. strangely, there's nothing 
> that says how to move between rows and columns in Talks. Isn't it?
>
> With regards
> Syed Imran
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