Re: access with jaws
Lisle, Ted (CHFS DMS)
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[mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Ann Byrne
Sent: Thursday, October 20, 2011 4:09 PM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: RE: access with jaws
I don't remember having success with Access after Office 2007 with
any version of JAWS. If someone else did, though, that's great! I
can enter data into our Access 2010 database at work, but It's a real
trick to read it back to verify what I have entered. JAWS reads when
I move up and down in a column, but not across the row. So if I want
to know whether I have entered Bill's info for May 23, I can use find
to locate the first entry for Bill, and then have to up and down
arrow through the date field to find May. In order, when I find May,
to be sure I haven't changed names, I go to the name column, and up
or down arrow to see if bill's is still the student name or if I have
moved to someone else. Column headings are not read as I go across
the page, and there are almost no hot keys. But I can read a column
header with insert-tab.
I haven't played with design view at all.
At 02:00 PM 10/20/2011, you wrote:
Ann, if do I remember correctly that Ted says JAWS 10 worked well withbe
worth the trouble? Of course, then there's the question of whether anearly
version of JAWS can be safely installed aftter a later one is alreadyon the
On Behalf Of Ann byrnediscouraging.
Let us know how you manage it, will you please???tips to
help.soonI am running windows seven pro 64 bit. With office 10 and jaws 12
to be 13. The class is CIS 105 using Go With Microsoft 2010. Thanksts/2>0111020/6c18f5c5/attachment.html>
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