PnC Net is a voice output web browser designed for use by individuals with low vision. The browser reads the web page aloud and enlarges it on screen. Speech can be made to start at any selected point. As each word is spoken it is also highlighted. Page layout is preserved, with or without enlargement of pictures, and lines are word wrapped in order to keep all the text on the screen. The text is read down each column without skipping to the next column. The controls display menu selections in a list called "Pick æn Click" (PnC). Menu text can be enlarged as needed. Each menu item is highlighted and spoken with the arrow keys, a one-dimensional mouse movement, or by typing the first letter of the item to be highlighted. Selection of the menu item can be made with either a key or mouse button. Only two keys, in addition to the mouse or arrow keys, are needed to operate the program. Links can be downloaded by pressing the Tab key to select the Link, then pressing the Enter key. Pop-up windows can be automatically closed or not as desired. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM and compatible computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Windows 98, Me, 2000, or XP operating system.