The literature reveals that discussions have been broadened on the need to invest in efforts to ensure full access for people with disabilities to all spheres of society. In the meantime it is necessary to think of resources that enhance the inclusion of people with Visual Impairment (DV) to the digital context. In this process, the person with DV will have the opportunity to develop different activities such as the possibility of taking a course in the modality of Distance Education (EAD). However, for this to happen to the person with DV, who is starting their activities, he needs to understand the functionalities of the screen readers. Thus, a project of Scientific Initiation was developed within the framework of the Research Group on Teaching Training, Technologies and Inclusion (NEFTI) of the Federal University of Itajubá (UNIFEI), aimed at creating and implementing new resources for a developed auxiliary menu , At an early stage of research in the year 2015, for the NonVisual Desktop Access (NVDA) screen reader. Thus, the objective of this work is to show the results achieved in this phase of the research and to provide the community with the access address for the software developed.