moderated Re: spell checking options in Word and Outlook
CathyAnne Murtha <cathy@...>
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There is a similar feature with JAWS.
Make sure it’s properly configured in the JAWS for Windows Quick Settings of Microsoft Word:
Now you can list the spelling errors or navigate among spelling errors with Navigation Quick Keys.
Display a list of misspelled words within the document with ALT-SHIFT-L.
Navigate the list with ARROW KEYS and press ENTER to focus on the misspelled word within the document.
To use Navigation Quick Keys:
Focus is placed on the next or previous spelling error. You can repair the error yourself or use the Windows Application Menu.
To use the application menu:
After spell checking the document, disable the Navigation Quick Keys with JAWS KEY-Z.
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Subject: spell checking options in Word and Outlook
I have become very attached to the way that Window Eyes lets me move from spelling error to spelling error within the Word document or email with a keystroke. I much prefer this to the spelling checking dialog feature in both programs, as it let’s me more quickly review the context and determine what correction is needed. Is there a similar feature with JAWS? I really fear I will lose efficiency and effectiveness having to rely solely on the spell check dialog box.