Always glad to help thank you for asking
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On Jul 8, 2018, at 10:27 PM, turab chimthanawala <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Thanks a lot.
On 7/8/18, "贺泽仕 <email@example.com> wrote:
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From: "Ashleigh Piccinino"<firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Sun, Jul 8, 2018 04:03 PM
Subject: Re: Queries with JAWS 2018
I¡¯m not sure about your volume problem. JAWS uses the
computer¡¯s system volume but doesn¡¯t, to my knowledge
have a volume control itself. Again, use the PC¡¯s system volume
control to control the screen reading volume.
I¡¯m not sure about your misspelled word feature. You can use F7
in a Word document and/or Outlook e-mail to find and correct misspelled
words. You might want to get more help with this from the group.
JAWS should already be enabled to read other languages when
they¡¯re ¡°found¡± on webpages and/or other things. That
is, the screen reader, when it finds a language other than English, should
automatically switch to the new language and read it. I think this works
with the type of synthesizer that¡¯s installed¡ªyou can
have Eliquence (main synth for JAWS) use the Spanish voices or any others.
However, I¡¯m not sure how to enable automatic language
detection, though/seek help from the group or VFO (formerly Freedom
Ashleigh S. Piccinino
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From: turab chimthanawala
Sent: Saturday, July 7, 2018 11:51 PM
Subject: Queries with JAWS 2018
I recently installed JAWS 2018 and have the following queries..
1. Is there some internal volume in JAWS as my Jaws outputs a very low
volume even when the speaker of the laptop is at 80%
. The speaker has no issue as songs are being played at a much lower
2. The Indian screen reader viz. Non visual display access indicates
when a word is wrongly spelt. How can I enable a similar feature in
3. How can I make Jaws read other languages?
Eagerly await suggestions.