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You can get at these tools in one place: the <em>Assistive Technologies Preferences</em>, inside the System Menu. From there, you can turn on helpful tools like <em>Orca</em>, to speak text on the screen, or dwell click to press mouse buttons automatically.
The string "Assistive Technologies Preferences" is describing a particular menu item: System >
Preferences > Assistive Technologies, and the string "System menu" describes that section of the main menu. Note that certain words are kept the same to make the menu items discoverable. It is intentional that we are using soft descriptions instead of mapping out a rigid path for the user to follow. Please, if it is natural for your locale, consider the same convention.
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If you need help, try <em>Help and Support</em> from the System menu, or the <em>Help</em> menu in most applications.
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Let us know about your Ubuntu experience at <a href="http://ubuntu.com/community">ubuntu.com/community</a>!
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From the start, Ubuntu connects to online chat and broadcast services including Facebook, Twitter, Windows Live and Google Talk.
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Click the envelope near the clock to log in to your accounts. New messages appear there, too, so you can see what's happening at a glance.
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<em>Evolution Mail</em> is the fully-featured email and calendar software that comes with Ubuntu. Just enter your email account information and it will download new messages automatically.
"Evolution Mail" should be the exact name of the Evolution launcher inside the Internet menu or the indicator applet.
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Evolution has a powerful junk mail filter. You can use the search box, or create your own filters, to make sorting mail quick and easy.
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Add your favorite Web calendars to see upcoming games or movie releases. To see your daily schedule, just click the clock at the top of your screen.
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Ubuntu comes with the widely acclaimed <em>Firefox web browser</em>.
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It protects your privacy and personal information so you can surf worry free.
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Contributors to this translation: Evan Dandrea, Rabi Poudyal.