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On Tuesday 3 July 2012, I will be leading a hands-on workshop on macros at the RESNA Conference in Baltimore. This session may be of interest to people on this forum. Feel free to pass this along to anyone who might be interested.

 

You do not need to have macro or programming experience to take this course.

 

The main focus of the course is Macro Express. I will also introduce AutoHotkey, and maybe VBA.

 

Here is a summary of the course:

 

Title:

Macros, Hotkeys, Keyboard and Mouse Remappings, and other Computer Access Tricks

 

Overview:

Learn techniques for making inaccessible applications more accessible by modifying the behaviour of keyboards, mice, and programs to better fit the physical, cognitive, and learning needs of users.

 

Objectives:

1. Participants will become acquainted with Macro Express: Know five macro activation methods; explore the Macro Express user interface; use the Scripting Editor to create one hotkey macro and one ShortKey macro; and set the scope for one macro.

 

2. Participants will become acquainted with AutoHotkey by taking a "guided tour" with the instructor, creating one hotkey macro, and remapping one key.

 

3. Participants will be able to change two behaviours via driver software settings; Change one behaviour of the mouse via Macro Express; and change the behaviour of the mouse via AutoHotkey.

 

4. Participants will be able to add a custom hotkey to a Microsoft Office application; assign a hotkey to any feature in Microsoft Word.

 

 

The cost of the course is $180 ($140 for students). There is a discount for members of RESNA.

 

For more information about the Conference, and a registration form: http://web.resna.org/conference/2012-conference-documents/RESNA12_Prelimprog9.pdf

 

(My course is described on page 16 of the preliminary program.)

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