its An auditory description of a multimedia presentation¹s visual track [which] benefits people who cannot see the visual information. from the Web Content accesibility Guideliness Non-text equivalents of text (e.g., icons, pre-recorded speech, or a video of a person translating the text into sign language) can make documents accessible to people who may have difficulty accessing written text, including many individuals with cognitive disabilities, learning disabilities, and deafness. Non-text equivalents of text can also be helpful to non-readers. An auditory description [p. 28] is an example of a non-text equivalent of visual information. An auditory description of a multimedia presentation¹s visual track benefits people who cannot see the visual information. Regards, GEORGE DONNELLY george at cyklotron.com http://cyklotron.com/ In a time of drastic change it is the learners who inherit the future. The learned usually find themselves equipped to live in a world that no longer exists. --Eric Hoffer > http://www.thunderhouse.com.br/cannes/laramara/ anyone willing to describe what i would've experienced if i had a sound card?