Re: Footnotes, was Reading headers and footers in word 2010 with JAWS 14
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There is a Word keystroke Alt + Shift + C for this. It now clashes with a JAWS keystroke to convert objects, but if you use the pass through key, Insert + 3, immediately before hand, it still works. And if you need the footnote keystroke a lot and don't use the convert objects one, you can always change or delete the JAWS keystroke.
From: Jason White via Groups.io [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: 08 April 2016 15:37
Subject: Re: Reading headers and footers in word 2010 with JAWS 14
Lisle, Ted (CHFS DMS) <Ted.Lisle@ky.gov> wrote:
I did not know that. I don’t need footnotes much these days, but that’s nifty.
I do need footnotes, and I found out last week that Microsoft appear to have I do need footnotes, and I found out last week that Microsoft appear to have left out a command to return you from the footnote pane to the point in the main body of the document where the footnote was inserted.
left out a keyboard command to return you from the footnote pane to the point in the main body of the document where the footnote was inserted. My Web search revealed that some people use Shift-F5 to work around this limitation, which didn't work for me as I had performed editing inside the footnote text.
I would welcome any better solutions.
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