moderated Re: getting rid of inline objects in word
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Haha..I wouldn’t have said anything, except seeing “carrot” there really cracked me up. I use a braille display more than speech nowadays so these things just jump out at me more.
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Sent: September 15, 2019 2:27 AM
Subject: Re: getting rid of inline objects in word
Lmao, my bad. I just went with the first spell check suggestion.
Hey. Glad that method worked for you. It didn’t exactly work for me when I tried it last, but that was a large document OCRed by Adobe Aacrobat and converted to a word document. There may have been all sorts of weird issues with it.
BTW, it’s “caret”, not “carrot”, the vegetable. 8grins*
I found the answer.
CTRL h for find and replace, type carrot g, in the next box leave it empty, then hit replace all.
Jaws 2019, windows 10 pro latest and word 2016.
I press CTRL shift o, there are 218 inline objects, I thought by selecting all with CTRL a and tapping delete would do the trick, but to no avail.
How can I quickly remove these?