Re: How To Stop Jaws From Saying "Vertical Tab"
Lisle, Ted (CHFS DMS)
I saw the further clarifications after writing my last note, so apologies are due. However, the phrase still seems unusual. Like Brian, I haven’t used it that often, and it’s definitely been a while. Fooling around with it just now, it says “Column Break” in an e-mail, and says nothing in Word. Of course, I’m using 2010 here at the office, and that may be the difference.´
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Announcing page breaks is not that unusual, but the phrase “vertical tab” must be new. Tom, does it happen when your cursoring, or when you’re in say-all?
Yes, I have, Brian; and have punctuation set to “some”, as I always have done in the past.
Have you checked punctuation settings?
I imagine this gets announced when many others don't because it represents an intentional page break where one would not otherwise occur and its a way to let the listener know that you've jumped to the next page "early."
~ William James