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I think using the f6 and tabbing to "enable" and hitting enter whas worked at least since Office 2007. It only unprotects the document you are currently using but that I the way I prefer to do it. I don't want to turn off "protected view" for everything.
On Sun, Feb 4, 2018 at 8:43 PM, Barbara <batterseye@...>
Interesting question. For both Jeff and Kevin which version of office does these steps work? I have run into the same issue with a MS Word document. Does these steps also work for MS Word? I personally did not know what to do and ended up opening the protected Word document inside Open Book. That worked and I could then read it. I doubt that would work for an Excel documents since you are dealing with all those columns and rows.
Thanks for answers to the above questions.
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Someone sent me an Excel document that I am supposed to print for them. But it is protected. Is there a JAWS command that will unprotect it?
Thanks to anyone who can help.
Marianne Denning, TVI, MA
Teacher of students who are blind or visually impaired