Re: How do I ID font formats?

Richard Turner

Actually, the keystroke is alt+windows+i.


If you bring up the quick settings with insert+v while in Word, and shift tab to the search box and type: text analyzer, you can toggle the settings for the analyzer.

I searched the web for Jaws Text Analyzer and found the contents of a webinar that goes into more detail.

At the following link, there is an option to download a zip file of the presentation:





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From: <> On Behalf Of Ashleigh Piccinino
Sent: Wednesday, July 11, 2018 5:18 AM
Subject: Re: How do I ID font formats?


Hello Bill,
Does your version of JAWS have the text analyzer feature? If it does, press CTRL plus windows key plus I while in a word document. This feature, when used correctly, allows one to note inconsistencies within the writing. Such inconsistencies include missing capital letters and font such as boldface T type, etc. This is not a one time keystroke. It has to be pressed every time you wish to know an inconsistency in your writing. his should help, but I am not sure. Thank you for asking, Ashley


On Jul 11, 2018, at 12:17 AM, Bill Tessore <billtessore@...> wrote:

I need to know how to detect font formatting changes (i.e. italitalics, bold face, underline & all capitals). I’m using JAWS 16 & MS 7(?)




Bill Tessore



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Sent: Tuesday, July 10, 2018 9:44 AM
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