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Hey folks,I am a Dreamspark member, so I took the liberty to download Expression Studio 3 including Expression web.  I must say that I'd love to learn both VS 2010 (all of it), and Expression Web since I'm a crazy enthusiast when it comes to the technologies you provide that I just want to get my hands dirty with them.  However, I see that there is a terrible issue that I was wondering if you could help me resolve?  The second I opened Expression Web 3 for the first time, I realized that it doesn't work with any of the screen readers on the market.  i use a combination of both JAWS and System Access depending on the situation.  I'd really like to see improvements in accessibility in future versions of the Expression studio line.  I can just bearly compose a simple page in Expression web 3, none of the buttons are labeled, and the menus are about the only thing recognizable to any screen reader.  I've asked my resources on various mailing lists i belong to full of blind programmers, and I can get none of them to help me propose JAWS scripting plans for Expression Web or any of the other Expression products for that matter.  Please, we blind folks can be designers too!  Chromebuster

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