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INDEX OF RECIPES ARMED FORCES RECIPE SERVICE UNITED STATES ARMY TM 10-412 UNITED STATES NAVY NAVSUP Publication 7 UNITED STATES AIR FORCE AFM 146-12, Volume 2 UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS MCO P10110.4G 2003 INDEX Supercedes TM 10-412/NAVSUP Pub 7/AFM 146-12, Vol II/MCO P10110.43E, May 1999 COG I Stock No. 0530-LP-011-3090 Instructions: 1) Click on the links below to view a Sections Index. 2) Click on a Recipe link to view a Recipe Card. 3) After viewing a Recipe Card, use your readers “Back” Navigation Button to return to the Index. 4) Use the “Bookmarks” Tab on the left to view a listing of “quick links” to Sections and Categories within this Index. RECIPE SECTIONS: Section A – General Information Section B – Appetizers Section C – Beverages Section D – Breads & Sweet Doughs Section E – Cereals & Pasta Products Section F – Cheese & Eggs Section G – Cakes Section G – Frostings Section H – Cookies Section I – Pastry & Pies Section J – Puddings & Other Desserts Section K – Desserts (Sauces & Toppings) Section L – Beef, Pork, & Lamb Section L – Fish Section L – Poultry Section M – Salads Section M – Dressings Section N – Sandwiches Section O – Dressings, Gravies, & Sauces Section P – Soups Section Q – Vegetables Meatless Entrée Alternatives...

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Published by InTech Janeza Trdine 9, 51000 Rijeka, Croatia Copyright © 2012 InTech All chapters are Open Access distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 license, which allows users to download, copy and build upon published articles even for commercial purposes, as long as the author and publisher are properly credited, which ensures maximum dissemination and a wider impact of our publications. After this work has been published by InTech, authors have the right to republish it, in whole or part, in any publication of which they are the author, and to make other personal use of the work. Any republication, referencing or personal use of the work must explicitly identify the original source. As for readers, this license allows users to download, copy and build upon published chapters even for commercial purposes, as long as the author and publisher are properly credited, which ensures maximum dissemination and a wider impact of our publications. Notice Statements and opinions expressed in the chapters are these of the individual contributors and not necessarily those of the editors or publisher. No responsibility is accepted for the accuracy of information contained in the published chapters. The publisher assumes no responsibility for any damage or injury to persons or property arising out of the use of any materials, instructions, methods or ideas contained in the book. Publishing Process Manager Romina Skomersic Technical Editor Teodora Smiljanic Cover Designer InTech Design Team First published March, 2012

Excel 2010: Creating an Accessible Excel Spreadsheet, Part 2

If you haven’t already viewed Excel 2010: Creating an Accessible Excel Spreadsheet, Part 1, you’ll want to check it out to ensure you’re doing everything you can to make your Excel tables and spreadsheets accessible. In that module we described a lot of good, general practices in Excel that also improve accessibility. In this module, we go further with more tips, most of which are specifically for assistive technology screen readers like JAWS. Note: for making forms in Excel accessible, see Excel 2010: Creating Accessible Forms Parts 1 and 2 in addition to ensuring your form has covered the accessibility considerations in these two modules for spreadsheets. Further Steps to Assist with Screen Readers in Excel Screen Reader Help Text in Cell A1 Provide help text for navigation using screen readers, in cell A1. • For example, “Press TAB to move to input areas. Press UP or DOWN ARROW in column A to read through the document.” • You can make this text fairly small, or even change the color to match the background color. This way it will not show up visually, but will still be read by the screen reader. Page 1 of 6 Last Modified: 8/16/2012 9:24:00 AM 15-Excel02.docx Microsoft Office 2010 Project Accessible Excel Spreadsheets 2 Table Titles Table titles should be placed in the first column so screen readers can find them easily, as discussed in the previous module. If that looks funny you can merge cells and center them, but keep the original text in the first column. Images Ensure that any images have alternate text descriptions. Follow the steps below, or use the method for charts that we’ll discuss next. • Insert the image, then right-click and choose Size and Properties. • In the Size and Properties dialog box, choose the Alt Text tab. Type in a brief description with enough detail to explain the pictures. You don’t need to say “image of” or “picture of” because the screen reader alerts the reader that it is an image. Page 2 of 6 Last Modified: 8/16/2012 9:24:00 AM 15-Excel02.docx Microsoft Office 2010 Project • Accessible Excel Spreadsheets 2 Click Close. Charts Ensure that any charts have alternative text descriptions. This is different than images, since charts created in Excel don’t have an area for Alt Text. • Resize the row where you want to insert the chart. You may merge cells if you want. • Insert the chart. • In the cell where the chart is, type the description. This description may need to be fairly long to adequately explain the chart.

Self-Service Photography of Records: Policy - The National Archives

Self-Service Photography of Records: Policy 1. Records copied by readers with their own personal technology devices The National Archives provides a service whereby readers are permitted to make copies of records using their own equipment. There is no charge for this service. Any personal device (for example, laptop or palm computers, cameras, mobile phones and mp3 players) may be taken into and used in the reading rooms as long as the following conditions are met: • use of the device does not disturb other users, or the general quiet nature of the reading rooms (i.e. devices must operate in ‘silent’ mode) • use of the device does not pose a threat to the safety of the records, or other people • cameras, camcorders and digi cams must be in still photography mode. For document preservation reasons we do not allow any type of scanners. The service is subject to the following conditions: Copyright Whether applying for a Reader’s Ticket and signing the Reader’s Declaration form, or using a camera in the reading rooms and Research and Enquiries Room, readers undertake to observe Conditions of Copyright, which are contained within the reading room rules as appendices 8a and 8b. Reading rooms We do not allow tripods in the reading rooms and flash photography is not permitted under...

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Switch Accessible Apps for iPad (PDF) - Enabling Devices

Enabling Devices 3/5/14 Switch Accessible Apps for iPad* First you need to have a way to connect your switches to the iPad. Enabling Devices has three different options: #1166 iPad Wireless Switch Interface #1164 iPad Wireless Switch #1167 iPad Wireless Two Switch Educational Apps App Vendor Price App Description Switch Features/Skills Story for early readers which teaches about leaders in our community and country. Various activities include reading the story, bingo, vocabulary and concentration • Story reading, prompting One to three & reinforcement switches • Customize for low vision, Auto and 2-switch scan prompts, auditory step scanning reinforcement A Leader Is Marblesoft Free ________ *This chart contains a sampling of switch accessible educational apps. It does not list every app available. New apps are developed every day. No warranty is made about the accuracy or completeness of the information on this chart. Customers should consult the iTunes Store for detailed information about the apps. Switch accessible AAC apps are not included in this chart. 800-832-8697 ©2014 / Enabling Devices - Educational Apps Chart, Part I www.enablingdevices.com Page 1 App Vendor Price Switch • Clear targets on dark backgrounds helps users with VI • Improve communication and language development • Practice single switch and switch scanning Watch the big noisy trucks, cranes and diggers animate with this switch game for one Two switches or two players. • Large clear image on dark background, ideal for users with VI • Two switch access • Great for encouraging language and discussion • Teach turn taking with two switches...

iPad app and website usability - Nielsen Norman Group

iPad App and Website By Raluca Budiu and Jakob Nielsen WWW.NNGROUP.COM 48105 WARM SPRINGS BLVD., FREMONT CA 94539–7498 USA COPYRIGHT © 2011 NIELSEN NORMAN GROUP, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. To get your own copy, download from: http://www.nngroup.com/reports/ We are making this report available for free to support our loyal audience of usability enthusiasts by providing empirical data about iPad usability. This report does not contain as many detailed and actionable design guidelines as we usually provide, because we focused on getting the report out as quickly as possible after the study sessions. Even though this report is free, it is still copyrighted information, so we encourage you to not distribute it on the Internet—or otherwise—but instead link to its home on our website where other readers can download it if they are interested. Please do not link directly to the PDF file, but rather follow the guideline to reduce “PDF shock” by linking to the gateway page that summarizes the report within the format of a simple Web page: http://www.nngroup.com/reports/mobile/ipad/ The first edition of our iPad report (from 2010) is also available for free download at this website. Usually, when we publish a revised edition of a research report, we discontinue the older editions. In this case, however, we’re keeping both the 1st edition and the 2nd edition available, because they both provide interesting insights into iPad usability and present quite different sets of screenshots and examples. Even though the first edition tested older apps it’s still worth remembering the lessons from the mistakes made in these early designs. If you don’t remember history, you’ll be doomed to repeat it. Thus, if you find the current report interesting, we recommend that you also read the 1st edition. ...

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1888 Press Release - New book from author Heidi Martin takes children on a lyrical treasure hunt, exploring the outdoors in search of one of nature's hidden treasures.

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