Hello. I'm learning a lot about technical analysis, and hope to use it for swing trading stocks and equity options. The thing is this: I'm visually impaired and access a computer using a screen reader called JAWS for Windows. JAWS is good at reading textual information, Windows controls, and a good portion of the Internet. However, charting software such as TradeStation, etc., renders its charts in a totally graphical way. Not too helpful for trading with your eyes closed. (LOL) Here's what I'm thinking. Charts are created using historic price and volume data and applying formulae to that data. Moving averages, Bollinger bands, etc. Microsoft Excel is fairly accessible to JAWS. I hope to import raw data to Excel from Yahoo, for example, and apply TA formulae to the data and render price points and lines of support or resistance, and later even the other more difficult indicators such as Bollinger bands or momentum indicators. I'm new at all this, and am studying technical analysis on Investopedia.com. I guess I want to ask if anyone knows anyone who is blind and does technical analysis. Also, does anyone do technical analysis without using charting software? If so, how do you do it? Investopedia is pretty good, but I know I'm going to need more detail than Investopedia provides. Where can I find in-depth, and hopefully free, information about technical analysis? Remember, printed materials are pretty much useless to me. I really appreciate any information anyone could provide.