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Jaws does not read anything but the top line, like
I can open Libra Office Calc and no such issues
with Jaws 2019.
Or I can close Jaws 2019 and open 2018 and MS Excel
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Sent: Friday, September 06, 2019 8:40
Subject: Re: access and jaws
If you don’t mind sharing, what issues were you having with Office 2000
excel with the newer version of Jaws?
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On Sep 6, 2019, at 6:29 AM, Tom Lange <lange85@...
I use Jaws 2019 with Excel in Office 2016 at work every day and
have no major issues. I don’t mess around with charts, graphs, et cetera,
just routine data entry, and it works fine.
On Sep 5, 2019, at 10:03 PM, Sieghard Weitzel <sieghard@...
I am sorry, Glen, but your statement that Jaws 2019
does not work with Excel is absolutely incorrect. I virtually live in
Excel when I am working and I haven’t used anything but Jaws 2019 since it
came out, in fact, well before then since I am on the Jaws Beta
You might need to
keep an older copy of Jaws installed for that
I still use
Office 2000, because it does all I need it to do, and Jaws 2019 does not
work with Excel, but earlier versions do.
September 05, 2019 9:38 PM
I’ve heard that access 2007 is the latest version
that works well with Jaws? Is this true? Is the
accessibility problem in the inputting of data and reading the fields,
or in designing your data base?
How does Access work with NBDA?
Does anyone use a data base that works well with
Jaws? If so, which one?
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