moderated Re: Using hyphen
Bill White <billwhite92701@...>
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Hi, Kevin and Don. To stop this behavior in Outlook and Office,
1. Open the Outlook Options dialog box.
2. click File > Options.
3. click the Mail in the left bar, and then click the Spelling and Autocorrect button in the Compose messages section.
4. In the Editor Options dialog box, click the Proofing in the left bar, and then click the AutoCorrect Options button in the AutoCorrect options section.
5. In the AutoCorrect dialog box, go to the AutoFormat As You Type tab, and uncheck the Hyphens (--) with dash (—) check box, And then click the OK button.
6. Click the OK buttons to close all dialog boxes to finish saving the settings. From now on, the hyphen will be spoken as dash instead of n dash.
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of kevin meyers
Sent: Wednesday, January 27, 2021 11:21 AM
Subject: Using hyphen
I’m using Windows10 , Jaws2021 and Outlook2021 most recent versions.
Since the most recent update with Jaws2021 I will use a hyphen and when it is between two letters with a space between it sounds like is saying on. I then delete it and it then says dash.
Here is an example:
Hello – goodbye
Does this say on between the words? Has anyone encountered this issue?
Below is an example when I type the same as above, then delete the hyphen and type it back in.
Hello - goodbye!