Re: windows live essentials


David Bailes
 

Hi David,
just to point out that in general, using right arrow to move through the controls on a tab isn't a good idea. It works for these particular cases, but in general the controls on a tab can include groups of controls that are laid out as either columns or rows. When this is the case, then moving through the controls using right arrow misses out some of the controls. In contrast, tabbing through them aways goes through all of the controls. In fact on the view tab, if you right arrow, you won't be able to find all of the controls on that tab.
 
David.
 
original message:

Try the following; Note; These instructions assume that you don't have >the jaws ribbon feature turned on. >>Yu need to: >Go into the view menu, >Set the; >Message list drop down; >So, >Alt+v=view, >Down arrow once, >Right arrow until you hear; >Message list drop down, >Press enter. >Now tab and select, one line view press enter. >>Next, >Alt+v=view, >Down arrow once, right arrow until you hear; Reading pane drop down >press enter. >Now tab to off, press enter. >>Next, >Alt+v=view, >Down arrow once, >Right arrow until you hear; >Calendar pane, >If it says, >Calendar pane pressed, >Press enter this turns off the calendar pane. >By the way, there are key strokes to do this, however, I thought it >best for folks to learn how to navigate the menus.

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