moderated Re: Word 2016, jaws and formatting
When in Word.
Hit JAWS key D for the dictionary manager.
Tab to the list where it says French.
Arrow to English
Right arrow to open
Arrow down where it says I believe 168 copywrite
Tab to the delete button
Enter to delete.
Then I believe you will need to save with a control S
Close the dictionary manager.
Now let me know if that works.
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From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of Richard Turner
Sent: Friday, July 10, 2020 9:00 AM
Subject: Re: Word 2016, jaws and formatting
I pasted your example into Word 2016 and this is what Jaws read to me.
18 Misspelled‑ u.s.c. § 3581©(1(A)( Misspelled‑ i). It reads instead of (c), "copywrite. How do I get rid of this and just allow the
In Word, I always turn off most of the autoformat items.
I wonder if that is what is doing this?
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I am using Jaws 2019, word 2016 and Windows 10. I am an attorney, and often must type a section of a statute such as 18 u.s.c. § 3581©(1(A)(i). It reads instead of (c), "copywrite. How do I get rid of this and just allow the section c to read to me?