Re: How do I get to the Status Bar in MS Word 2016 with JAWS 2019?
And since in Windows and Office there are always numerous ways to skin a cat, you can always just use the keyboard shortcut for Wordcount/statistics, Control+Shift+G.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of Richard Turner
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Subject: Re: How do I get to the Status Bar in MS Word 2016 with JAWS 2019?
F6 works for me too, but Word Count may not show up if it wasn’t checked after getting to the Status Bar settings with F6 and then doing shift+f10 to bring up the context menu and checking things like Word count, column, (which I find helpful as it tells you how far across the line you are, etc.
If you cannot get there with f6, alt+r then w will give you the word count, or it should anyway.
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Jason White via Groups.Io
F6 works for me in current Microsoft Word for Office 365 with JAWS 2019. Alternatively, you can use Insert+Numpad-3 to read the status line.
I seem to remember that pressing F6 would cycle me around the ribbon, document pane, status bar and so on. Now, when I press F6 all I hear is “document pane.” I want to get to the status bar so I can check on some statistics (e.g., number of words) in my document. How do I get there?