Re: need guidance on navigating in windows 10


On Sat, Jan 9, 2016 at 06:47 am, Negoslav Sabev wrote:
Perhaps this will help.

 Now, perhaps, is an opportunity to further my own education.  I went to this website, and the content is fabulous, but it's also not set up for sighted people (nor should it be, but I'm just saying).  I downloaded several of the "collections of all these in a single ZIP file" and unzipped same.  What follows is a straight paste from the file related to the Address Bar as it opens in Notepad on my computer:


Address bar

Summary: These shortcuts are for using the Address bar.

table with 2 columns and 8 rows

To do this

Press this 

Add www. to the beginning and .com to the end of text typed in the Address bar


Display a list of addresses you've typed


In the Address bar, move the cursor left to the next break in the sentence

Ctrl+Left arrow 

In the Address bar, move the cursor right to the next break in the sentence

Ctrl+Right arrow 

Move backward through the list of AutoComplete matches

Down arrow 

Move forward through the list of AutoComplete matches

Up arrow 

Select the text in the Address bar


table end


Clearly this file is not really intended to be read as plain text, but has instructions in it noting that you have a table with two columns and eight rows, with the two columns having headings of, "To do this," and, "Press this."

What program is a file formatted in this manner typically displayed, or perhaps displayed and read, using?   I can figure it out well enough, but this Notepad presentation wouldn't be a user-friendly way to read through it for anyone.


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