Re: Outlook and new computer
I am doing good, but my wife had an accident where she broke both her wrists in a fall.
I am working from home for the next few months so I can attend to her.
As for my Outlook problem…
Your suggestions are not what I need.
This only seems to happen when I send a forward or reply.
For example, if typing in my name in the to or cc field, I type J and JAWS says my name and Email address as it should as it auto fills, but when I hit tab JAWS just says John and if I try to read the field with a say line it will read just John, but if I read with say word, JAWS says John Doering as it should.
As for the body of the message…
For my first few lines of this reply read by line with JAWS as…
I am good,
But my wife had
Get what I am indicating?
When you receive the message it should look fine.
I believe it has something to do with compact mode, but do not know how to turn it off.
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From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Betsy Binney
Sent: Friday, April 5, 2019 11:44 AM
Subject: Re: Outlook and new computer
Outlook. Press the down arrow once to select the name and then press tab.
Font in emails double check your stationary settings File> Options.
Hope you are doing well
Betsy R. Binney