Little Falls, MN-- May 9, 2007-- Atomic Learning is now offering closed captioning on tutorials viewed in Flash. Until recently, tutorials played in Apple?s QuickTime allowed for closed captioning, but now customers can use this feature regardless of their player preference.

Atomic Learning?s Web-based software training takes software applications and breaks them down into tasks explained through one- to three-minute tutorials. The tutorials use visual and auditory learning principles to demonstrate how to accomplish these tasks, and closed captioning allows the Deaf and hearing impaired to take advantage of software training without the need for the audio portion.

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