Sorry, you are right.
Here is what the Microsoft site says:
On a keyboard, press the Windows logo key +
This will both start and stop narrator.
The control key was added in Windows 10.
From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of
Sent: Tuesday, November 5, 2019 6:23
Subject: Re: Turning on narrator
in Windows 7
Thank you but that does not work in Windows
That is the toggle for Narrator, whether you start it from
the edit box or if you start and stop it with that keystroke.
Thank you …… How do I turn it off?
To start Narrator in
the current session of Windows 7 but, not have it start each time Windows 7
starts, Tap either WINDOWS KEY, type "narrator" (without the quotes), then
----- Original Message -----
Sent: 02 November, 2019
Subject: Re: Turning on
narrator in Windows 7
Thank you for the info. Narrator came on but it
didn’t help. When I pressed tab, narrator would say tab and when I
pressed up or down arrow it would say up arrow or down arrow. Jaws
won’t speak on that computer and I thought narrator might help me figure out
why. That computer has Windows 7 and Jaws 16. I guess I’ll have
to wait until I have sighted help available to tell me what’s on the screen
and get Jaws speaking.
Hi, Laura. There isn’t one
shortcut in Windows 7 to turn on Narrator. Try the
1. Press Windows key plus
2. Press ALT plus
Would someone please give me the shortcut keys for
turning narrator on and off in Windows 7? Thank you in