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ProductsXerox Copier Assistant
Company Xerox Corporation
Item Xerox Copier Assistant
Features 
  • Improves accessibility to copying features
  • Provides an alternative to the standard touchscreen user interface
  • Simplifies copying jobs with easy-to-use, easy-to-program features
  • Includes embedded text-to-speech technology
  • Minimizes learning curve by leveraging PC and keyboard technology
  • Description Xerox Copier Assistant software enables users who are blind, visually impaired, in a wheelchair, or have limited dexterity, to access and use Xerox digital devices for basic copying. This software increases user productivity by leveraging features such as an enlarged on-screen user interface, embedded text-to-speech software, and keyboard navigation buttons including tab, arrow and function keys. The software is loaded onto a Windows 2000 or XP Professional PC connected to select CopyCentre, WorkCentre, WorkCentre Pro and Document Centre 500 series systems. The text-to-speech software talks the user through the copying steps, including advanced tasks such as stapling, collating and two-sided copying. (Currently only available in English.)

    Currently, no other manufacturer of digital copiers provides an alternative to the touchscreen user interface for walk-up copy jobs on so many models. This makes Xerox's CopyCentre, WorkCentre, WorkCentre Pro, and Document Centre 500 series the most Section 508-compliant copiers/printers in their class.
    Info Xerox Corporation
    Customer Service: (800) 275-9376
    Web site: http://www.xerox.com

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