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Brian Hartgen's Leasey Advanced program does add some very nice functionality to Word which may make performing some of these tasks easier.
www.LeaseyCentral.com is the Web site for more info. You can download a limited time demo to test it out.
On 12/17/2018 10:49 AM, Ann Byrne wrote:
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!
At 09:36 AM 12/17/2018, you wrote:
Thanks, did not know about this. Better than nothing but it does not take
you to where you are in the document so you can ctrl arrow around to see the
context. It also does not spell the misspelled work out and then give
choices. Workable, yes, preferred to the normal behavior with F7, no.
Thanks for sharing
<firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of Ann Byrne
Sent: Sunday, December 16, 2018 8:13 PM
Subject: Re: Spell check in Word 2016
In her Word 2016 text book, KathyAnn Murtha recommends either using the JAWS
command alt+shift+l to locate misspelled words, or insert+z to invoke Word's
quick keys, then the lletter m to locate misspelled words. Once you have
found a misspelleing, use the applications key to suggest corrections.
At 06:36 PM 12/16/2018, you wrote:
>Using Win 10 pro version 1803, and latest version of Jaws 2019 I do not
>get full speech when doing a spell/grammar check in Word 2016.
>When I hit F7 to do the spell check in an open Word document, I'm given
>an option to change language and as I tab possible suggested correctly
>spelled words. The problem is Jaws is not reading me the word that is
>spelled wrong so I do not know what I'm replacing or if I want to
>replace. Anyone found a work around for this?
>This does not happen in outlook 2016, spell check works the way it is