Re: Practice Online Forms
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Though my suggestion below doesn’t directly answer your question regarding forms on the internet, Freedom Scientific has the following resource for those learning their way around the internet.
Surf's Up! Surfing the Internet with JAWS and MAGic –
Learn to use JAWS® screen reading software and MAGic® screen magnification software to read and navigate the Internet! Do you want to become a power JAWS
or MAGic user on the World Wide Web? Do you want to learn how JAWS or MAGic can help you navigate the vast resources of entertainment, education, and information
available on the Web? Surf's Up! - Surfing the Internet with JAWS and MAGic will teach you to use JAWS and MAGic to read and work with all types of HTML
pages, such as Web sites, Help systems, Web-based applications, and more. You'll learn how to use the powerful features of JAWS and MAGic to get the most
out of surfing the Web.
For new users, these pages present information and exercises that are designed to be followed in a specific order. If you skip around, you may miss some
important information, so it is recommended that you go through it the first time in the order shown below from beginning to end. In addition, many of
the exercise pages and keystroke command pages in Surf's Up either open in new browser windows or in new browser tabs, depending on how your version of
any particular browser is set up. You can press ALT+TAB to move between the different open windows, or CTRL+TAB to move between different tab pages in
the current browser session. Also remember to close the open windows by pressing ALT+F4 when you are finished with them, or close a single tab page by
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