## Matrices in WORD Math Editor

In this video, Dr. Denise M. Robinson demonstrates how to use the WORD Math Editor and Braille Math Editor with JAWS using LaTeX or Braille. This tutorial is designed for screen reader users, with or without braille displays, who want to improve their math skills.

First, Dr. Robinson introduces the essential tools for using matrices in WORD, including JAWS, a Braille display (if desired), and the WORD Math Editor. She explains how to set up each tool to work together smoothly, which is crucial for creating and editing math content.

Next, the video focuses on creating matrices. Dr. Robinson uses LaTeX to input mathematical expressions. She explains each step clearly, making it easy to follow along. Viewers will learn how to enter rows and columns in a matrix, helping them understand matrix structure.

Then, Dr. Robinson demonstrates how to use auditory feedback, which allows users to hear the math content they are working on. This feature helps ensure accuracy and makes it easier to catch mistakes. Additionally, she shows how to switch between auditory and Braille feedback, providing flexibility for different learning styles.

The video also covers using the Braille display with the math editors. Dr. Robinson explains how to navigate through the matrix using Braille and provides tips on reading and editing the content efficiently. This section is particularly helpful for users who rely on Braille for their work.

Finally, the tutorial concludes with a review of the key points. Dr. Robinson summarizes the steps for creating and editing matrices. She encourages viewers to practice using the tools and techniques demonstrated in the video. By the end of the tutorial, users will feel more confident in their ability to work with math content.

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