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Short Take: Macromedia promotes accessibility for disabled

Macromedia is attempting to make its software products more accessible to people with visual and other disabilities. The company released extensions to its Dreamweaver Web-authoring software that will help Web authors test their pages to make sure they hew closely to World Wide Web Consortium accessibility guidelines. Macromedia released accessibility extensions to its Fireworks software for designing Web graphics and promised extensions to its Flash animation software by year's end.

Macromedia is attempting to make its software products more accessible to people with visual and other disabilities. The company released extensions to its Dreamweaver Web-authoring software that will help Web authors test their pages to make sure they hew closely to World Wide Web Consortium accessibility guidelines. Macromedia released accessibility extensions to its Fireworks software for designing Web graphics and promised extensions to its Flash animation software by year's end.