Re: Spell check in Word 2016
Van Lant, Robin
Alt F7 takes you to each misspelled word. Issue with this method is that it opens the context menu with suggested changes in it. That often works, but you have to press Escape once or twice to get out and read the word in context if it's not obvious what word it is. I think this is a Word Command, not a JAWS one, so it probably works well for sighted users who can see the misspelled word and are ready to see the list of suggestions.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
The reason it works differently in Word from Outlook is that Outlook still uses the old dialog box interface, whereas Word has gone to a ride side pane display for spell check.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of Ann Byrne
Sent: Monday, December 17, 2018 8:50 AM
Subject: Re: Spell check in Word 2016
I don't like it either, but better than nothing. If you press enter on the word JAWS finds, I think it takes you to it. I still use f7, then escape to find the word, then try to figure it from there. Stinkin' annoying!
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