Re: Using Microsoft Narrator to download and install JAWS

anil adivishnu

login screen use windows plus u to open acction centre and use up an
down keys to navigate to the screen reader and press enter

On 7/15/16, David Moore <> wrote:
I wanted to let you know that in win10, to tturn on Narrator, just press
windows+enter and Narrator will start. Just press alt+tab to the Narrator
window and tab through different catagories of settings and adjust the voice
rate, voice you hear, and many more settings. Narrator does perform many
tasks like reading a document in notepad, You can navigate your entire
computer, you can find files on a flash drive with it, and on and on. Now,
in win 7 or below, Press windows+U to bring up ease of access, and press the
letter N for Narrator, I think, I cannot remember this for sure, because I
have used 8.1 and above for three years. In that Narrator window, there are
over 70 keyboard commands to memorize. For example, to read the item you are
on, press caps lock+D. You can use up and down arrows like always to go
through a list and use first letter navigation.
Take care.
David Moore

From: michael chopra
Sent: Thursday, July 14, 2016 5:06 PM
Subject: Re: Using Microsoft Narrator to download and install JAWS

Hi guys. I’ve never used Narrator, so I wouldn’t know.


From Michael.

From: [] On Behalf Of David
Sent: Friday, 15 July 2016 09:03
Subject: Re: Using Microsoft Narrator to download and install JAWS

Narrator does a great job at letting you find the JAWS installation
download, you can press enter on that, then turn off Narrator, because the
JAWS installer begins talking.

David Moore

From: Russell Solowoniuk

Sent: Wednesday, July 13, 2016 5:04 PM


Subject: Re: Using Microsoft Narrator to download and install JAWS


You could also use NVDA installed on a USB memory stick. You’d have to know
the drive letter of the USB drive in order to start NVDA, but you could
press Windows R to bring up the run command, and then try different drive
letters, i.e. E:\NVDA. If this doesn’t work, press escape, then Windows R
followed by F:\NVDA, etc.

The nice thing about running NVDA from a thumb drive is, unlike Jaws, you
don’t need to install video intercept or anything else.

You, of course, will need to have Jaws, or another screen reader running in
order to download and install the portable version of NVDA.



On Jul 13, 2016, at 2:46 PM, Kramlinger, Keith G., M.D.
<> wrote:


I have 2 new computers with Windows 7 Pro that do not yet have a screen

I think I’ll need to use Microsoft Narrator to gain Administrative
privileges to download and install JAWS.

Do you think this will work? How can I activate Narrator? Any advice on
practical use within Narrator will be much appreciated.

Is there any way to activate Narrator from the Login Screen? I doubt it,
but thought I’d ask.



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