I use the "resume reading" feature quite frequently, and it works well for the most part. Occasionally, it places me a line or two above or below where I was when I closed the document, but I find that manageable.
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From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of Ann Byrne
Sent: Saturday, November 10, 2018 9:10 AM
Subject: Re: How do I make the "pane" with the "resume reading" button go awayin MS Word 2016?
The cool thing is that if you want to go back to where you stopped reading--as I often do with my students--just press the spacebar and it takes you there.
At 08:15 AM 11/10/2018, you wrote:
Yes, it is annoying, but I just ignore it as well. It goes away
quickly. Iâ€™ve never used it, so I donâ€™t know if it even works. I
bookmark anything I want to resume reading.
From: <mailto:richardturner42@...>Richard Turner
Sent: Saturday, November 10, 2018 8:25 AM
Subject: Re: How do I make the "pane" with the "resume reading" button
go awayin MS Word 2016?
I just wait a moment and it goes away. I figured that was a "new
feature" that is a tiny bit annoying since I usually don't want to
resume reading. I have not checked to see if it is something to
Have you googled it?
"It is a great thing to start life with a small number of really good
books which are your very own." __ Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
On Nov 10, 2018, at 2:14 AM, Richard B. McDonald
In MS Word 2016 using JAWS 2019, when I open a document I can hear two
â€œpanesâ€� opening. As I F6 around, I hear when I go to the
â€œdocument paneâ€� (which I want) and also â€œpaneâ€�
which has a button labeled â€œresume reading.â€� I want to
disable this latter pane with the â€œresume readingâ€� button.
In this particular document, it happens to have numerous headings and a
few heading levels; so perhaps Word thinks it is some sort of an eBook
that I am reading? Whatever the case may be, how can I disable this?