moderated Re: How does speech and sound scheme really work?

Kendra Schaber <kschaber@...>

Hi all! 
What ever happened to the suggestions list on the spell checker for Word? I like the speech aspects of the proof reader but that suggestions list is a tool I need to survive my writing requirements in the mainstreme world. 

Ass the result of attending school, I have discovered that Writing is one of my gifts. On the other hand, I have eighth grade spelling. Because of my eighth grade spelling, I’m currently working on improving my spelling where it is possible.
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From: on behalf of Michael Munn <michaelrbms@...>
Sent: Monday, December 23, 2019 17:50
Subject: Re: How does speech and sound scheme really work?
The Speech and sound scheme was a feature that was introduced in 2003 in Jaws 5.0. It is like a virtual proofreader. You can Press Insert+Ault+S to bring up the list of Speech and Sound options. and customize how ever the way you want it to read your screen. 
Thanks for asking.
Best Regards 
Michael Munn 

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