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The toast notification command will be changing to Windows+Shift+V later this year (see posts on Win10 list as to why this is happening).
firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of
Monday, July 9, 2018 12:44 AMTo:
Re: How do I activate a notification?
Will it be changing to?
Or, for that matter, when Office update notifications appear, do you hear some kind of a notification sound that you would hear when you plug in a USB device? If yes, then press Windows+V and press Enter to activate the notification (this command sequence will be changing later this year).
I have not followed all of this thread, but have you tried shift+f10 to bring up the context menu on items in the task bar?
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The quickest way that I’ve found is to use Alt+F within Office to get to the backstage view, then move down to the Office Account tab with Down-Arrow, then use the tab key to move across to the updates control, where you can press a button to install updates.
If I remember right, you press tab to get to single click
On Jul 8, 2018, at 5:45 AM, Kevin Minor <kminor65@...> wrote:
I’ve looked at the system tray with both JAWS+B and INSERT+F11. Both of these indicate Office updates are available. Problem is I don’t know how to activate the update. When I tried JAWS+B hitting space or enter on it did nothing, and the applications key didn’t do anything either. When I hit INSERT+F11, I see the office update option there. When I left double click on it, I get a ding sound and a notification that there are updates for office, and I need to click on it to start it. I hit WINDOWS+A and I either see collapse something, or set the PC into tablet mode. How do I activate the update? It’s not in the list of WINDOWS+A options.
Thanks for any help.
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Kevin Minor and the amazing Jilly, Lexington, KY