Dr. Robinson demonstrates how to complete UEB math in Microsoft Word using NVDA and MathCAT. She begins by showing how to download MathCAT, an essential add-on for NVDA. To do this, she presses “Insert + N” to open the NVDA menu, navigates to “Preferences,” then “Tools,” and selects the “Add-ons Store.” From there, she types “MathCAT” to find it and install it.

After installing MathCAT, Dr. Robinson begins demonstrating basic math commands in Word. She starts by pressing “Alt + Equals” to insert an equation, then types a simple addition problem, such as “1 + 2 = 3.” She checks the Braille viewer to confirm that the equation displays correctly in UEB math. Using the arrow keys, she navigates through the equation, ensuring each character is correctly interpreted.

Next, she demonstrates more complex equations. For example, she types “2x + 3 = 11” and highlights how NVDA reads the equation character by character. She emphasizes the importance of using arrow keys to review the entire equation, especially for those who rely solely on auditory feedback.

## LaTex and more Advanced MathCat NVDA in WORD Options

Dr. Robinson also shows how to input advanced math symbols like the times sign and division symbol using backslash commands, such as “\times” and “\div.” She explains how these symbols are visually represented and confirms their accuracy in the Braille viewer.

To demonstrate radicals, she uses the “\sqrt” command to insert a square root symbol, followed by an expression like “\sqrt{x+1} = 3.” She guides users through the process of checking and navigating through the equation using the arrow keys.

Finally, Dr. Robinson addresses potential issues with inserting equations, such as when “Alt + Equals” doesnâ€™t work correctly. She advises using “Alt + N” and navigating through the ribbon to insert equations manually if needed.

This tutorial provides a guide for performing UEB math in Word using NVDA, ensuring accurate and accessible math solutions for users with visual impairments.