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March 01, 2012

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Are your webinars captioned for deaf and hard of hearing people?

Geoff and Legacy,
Thank you. This is quite a line up of some of genealogy's top speakers. I've hardly missed a one since they began and am signed up through April 11th. We won't need conferences pretty soon! Every one of the Legacy Webinars I have listened/watched have helped in some way. When I can't tune in on the day of the webinar, I really appreciate that I have a limited time to listen/watch online. Keep up the good work.
dmac
Legacy User since V. 4.0 or 5.0

Karen - no, the live webinars are not closed-captioned. Volume 1 of the Legacy training videos are closed-captioned however.

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