The ability to access information via computer is a tremendous resource for visually impaired people. Only a limited amount of printed information is accessible in braille, large type, or audiotape. But a person with the right hardware and software can access a large quantity of information from libraries and museums around the world, and can have the computer read the information aloud, display it in large type, or produce a braille version. Thus, visually impaired people can now access information from computers more easily than they can from most traditional sources.
Which one of the following, if true, most strengthens the argument?
A) A computerized speech synthesizer is often less expensive than a complete library of audiotapes.
B) Relatively easy-to-use computer systems that can read information aloud, display it in large type, or produce a braille version of it are widely available.
C) Many visually impaired people prefer traditional sources of information to computers that can read information aloud, display it in large type, or produce a braille version of it.
D) Most visually impaired people who have access to information via computer also have access to this same information via more traditional sources.
E) The rate at which printed information is converted into formats easily accessible to visually impaired people will increase.
This is true only if imparied people can access easly to those resouces.............B it is
KUDOS is the good manner to help the entire community.