Hi Jim. Native Access is very accessible with VoiceOver. I can see no reason or need why you should need sighted assist to use any of it's functions. I'm a Mac user myself and have been using Native Access since it's inception. It's gotten much better since the early days, so try to understand how it works using VoiceOver and if you should get stuck, either use one of the resources mentioned previously, or return here and let me know, where upon I will do my best to help you. It's divided into groups, which may help you to understand a little better. Toolbar, containing a few options. Navigation bar, containing add serial, not installed, updates and installed products. Performing a VO+Space command on one of those options will show you other items to click on and interact with. IE: Clicking on Not Installed, stopping your interaction and using VoiceOver to go further to the right will show you any products not currently installed that are tied to your account. Of course, this all assumes you have previously logged in, and I'll base my help on this idea. Logging in is not difficult however, and simply requires that you VO +Space on the email field, and again on the password field, obviously after you've typed into each of them respectively. You can then either navigate to the login button or simply press enter once you have entered your password.