When you get into quick settings there is a search box. I can never remember the exact wording, so I type "vis" into the search box, and the only result is cell text visibility.
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Arrowing through the choices, it is under
\Excel Settings\Workbook, Worksheet and Region Settings
At 05:57 PM 4/9/2019, you wrote:
I've opened up MS Excel and did the insert +V and then proceeded to go
through the list, searching for:
Text Visibility Detection
I found nothing. Where is this hidden?
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Go to quick settings, insert+v; search for Text Visibility Detection At
04:16 PM 4/9/2019, you wrote:
Is there a way to have Jaws 2019 announce when text in a cell in Excel
2016 overflows the cell, or is "cropped"? I know that NVDA can do this,
and someone told me that Jaws has a setting to enable this feature, but
I can't find the setting, if it exists.