Re: Jaws2018 and outlook
Richard Turner <richardturner42@...>
Does the crash occur if you use control+Y?
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Alan Robbins
Sent: Saturday, September 2, 2017 9:53 AM
Subject: Re: Jaws2018 and outlook
I updated the subject line as we’ve drifted into another topic.
Generally, I use Ctrl, shift, tab to get out of an existing inbox and back to the tree. Then, as you, I use first letter navigation to get to whatever folder I want. When I hit enter to take me into that folder, Outlook crashes, and JAWS becomes often unresponsive. I generally don’t use the Ctrl Y choice unless I need to open something not available on the trees via the way I described.
How are you changing folders?
I have as many Email accounts as you in Outlook 2016 and changing folders has not crashed outlook yet.
I use Control+y and then first letter navigation to get to the account I want and hit right arrow to open it and down arrow to the inbox and hit enter.
I keep the ones that are not my main email closed to make it easier to get back to the inbox for this account that I use for most things.
I will try this after they fix 2018 with Outlook 2016. Since email is the main thing I do on the computer, and it is open all the time, I cannot have JAWS 2018 running as it will crash Outlook as soon as I go to change folders and/or email accounts. Since I have 5 active accounts, each time I pop into my email, I check each one. I cannot be bothered with turning 2018 off, launching JAWS 18 each time I check mail, just do it too often. Looking forward to kicking the tires on 2018 as soon as that is fixed. An yes, this was reported via beta form the first day of the release.
That is what I did as well. Once you save it as a JPG file! Just press applications or shift+F10 and arrow down to recognize with JAWS, and JAWS will bring up a virtual document that you can read, copy from, and perform commands for a virtual document. This is beautiful!
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I would think you would save the scan as a jpg file then perform the Jaws OCR on it. Least that is what worked for me.
On 9/1/2017 4:54 PM, Richard Turner wrote: