For the first time we have a prospect who is legally blind asking if our software works with screen readers. He tells our sales manager:

"If the programmer uses mostly Windows controls and does not create their own controls, then the screen reader will probably work with the program. When I say 'controls' I mean menus, text input boxes, help screens, etc."
I think that's probably the case, but maybe a question that Data Access might need to weigh in on since the runtime is doing all the Windows UI work? We use CodeJock controls in some views, I don't know if that would make a difference vs the original grid classes.

I've done a little research and there seem to be several different screen readers available, some geared to specific types of applications. Nothing that I've found designed specifically for data entry business type applications.

I was curious if anyone else has experience/insights in this area that could be helpful.