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1 Center for Assistive Technology - SUNY at Buffalo - USDE# H327A Braille Note Tutorial By Katie Beaver

2 Center for Assistive Technology - SUNY at Buffalo - USDE# H327A Module Eight

3 3 Protecting & UnprotectingProtecting & UnprotectingDocuments Using Place MarkersUsing Place Markers Erasing a FolderErasing a Folder

4 4 Protecting & unprotecting files Protecting a file avoids accidentally erasing or changing an important file. However, when a file is protected, it prevents you from being able to use place markers.Protecting a file avoids accidentally erasing or changing an important file. However, when a file is protected, it prevents you from being able to use place markers. This module will teach you how to protect and unprotect files.This module will teach you how to protect and unprotect files.

5 5 Protecting & unprotecting files (con’t) From Main Menu, choose File Manager Menu (F)From Main Menu, choose File Manager Menu (F) Choose Protection (P)Choose Protection (P) Braille Note says, “Protect file on which drive? Press enter for flash disk.” Press enter.Braille Note says, “Protect file on which drive? Press enter for flash disk.” Press enter. Navigate to the appropriate file and press enter.Navigate to the appropriate file and press enter.

6 6 Protecting & unprotecting files (con’t) Braille Note speaks the status of the file – it will either say, “…filename is unprotected. Option? Or it will say “…filename is protected. Option?Braille Note speaks the status of the file – it will either say, “…filename is unprotected. Option? Or it will say “…filename is protected. Option? To protect a file, type PTo protect a file, type P To unprotect the file, type UTo unprotect the file, type U To leave the file unchanged, press enter.To leave the file unchanged, press enter.

7 7 Using Place Markers Up to 26 positions in an unprotected file can be marked with a place marker.Up to 26 positions in an unprotected file can be marked with a place marker. Place markers are identified with the letters A through Z.Place markers are identified with the letters A through Z. Place markers are both announced with speech and appear in the braille display but they do not print out.Place markers are both announced with speech and appear in the braille display but they do not print out.

8 8 Using Place Markers (con’t) Place markers can be very helpful. For example, suppose you are answering a homework question that refers back to a section in the chapter with a map, a table, or a quotation.Place markers can be very helpful. For example, suppose you are answering a homework question that refers back to a section in the chapter with a map, a table, or a quotation. If you set a place marker at that location, you can go back and forth for reference very quickly.If you set a place marker at that location, you can go back and forth for reference very quickly.

9 9 Define a Place Marker Move the cursor to the place you want to mark.Move the cursor to the place you want to mark. Press backspace with DPress backspace with D Braille Note says, “Define Place Marker, Letter?”Braille Note says, “Define Place Marker, Letter?” Type the letter AType the letter A Braille Note says, “Place A”Braille Note says, “Place A”

10 10 Jump to a Place Marker Press space with JPress space with J Braille Note says, “Jump to Place Marker, Letter?”Braille Note says, “Jump to Place Marker, Letter?” Type the letter AType the letter A The cursor is placed just to the right of the place marker.The cursor is placed just to the right of the place marker.

11 11 Delete a Place Marker Press space with J to jump to the place marker you want to delete.Press space with J to jump to the place marker you want to delete. Press the backspace to delete the marker.Press the backspace to delete the marker.

12 12 Erasing a Folder When you erase a folder on the Braille Note, you first have to erase any files stored in that folder.When you erase a folder on the Braille Note, you first have to erase any files stored in that folder. You can erase multiple files from a folder by using the multi- character wild card (dots 3,5)You can erase multiple files from a folder by using the multi- character wild card (dots 3,5)

13 13 Erasing Multiple Files From Main Menu, choose File Manager Menu (F)From Main Menu, choose File Manager Menu (F) From File Manager Menu choose Erase File (E)From File Manager Menu choose Erase File (E) Navigate to the drive and folder that contain the files you want to erase and press enter.Navigate to the drive and folder that contain the files you want to erase and press enter.

14 14 Erasing Multiple Files (con’t) When asked “file name? press space with dots 3,5.When asked “file name? press space with dots 3,5. Braille Note will say “multiple character wild card.” Press enter.Braille Note will say “multiple character wild card.” Press enter. Braille Note will tell you how many files were selected and ask you if you want to “confirm each file” as you delete. If you press N, you will hear how many files were erased.Braille Note will tell you how many files were selected and ask you if you want to “confirm each file” as you delete. If you press N, you will hear how many files were erased.

15 15 Erasing a Folder (con’t) From Main Menu, choose File Manager Menu (F)From Main Menu, choose File Manager Menu (F) From File Manager Menu choose Folder Manager (F)From File Manager Menu choose Folder Manager (F) From Folder Manager Menu choose Erase Folder (E)From Folder Manager Menu choose Erase Folder (E) Navigate to the folder you want and press enter.Navigate to the folder you want and press enter. Press the letter Y to confirm.Press the letter Y to confirm.


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