[Mm-friends] converting print graphics to embosse in Braille

Doug Rose dougdrose at suddenlink.net
Mon Sep 4 22:39:32 EDT 2017

Hi Luis.  I would put the Everest into graphics mode, load the file into Word or Paint and tell it to print to the port your embosser is connected to.
Not sure what format you have these flow charts stored in.
Depending upon where you are located there are transcriber's setup to emboss graphics.
Or read more at:
Be well.
Doug McKinleyville Low vision Support Group (The bumpers) (707) 839-0588
Senior Center without Walls program telephone support group (The Eyes Have It)
dougdrose at suddenlink.net

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From: Luis Eduardo Peña via Mm-friends [mailto:mm-friends at acbradio.org] 
Sent: Monday, September 04, 2017 2:16 PM
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Subject: [Mm-friends] converting print graphics to embosse in Braille


I have several flow charts that I need to embosse. I have an Everest D embosser but I don't have the software to convert the flow charts into tactile graphics. I have two questions:

1.	Is there a software that will allow me to accomplish this task?
2.	are there special services that could do this for me?

Thanks for your help. 


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