AThere is a menu accessed with, I think, alt. Arrowing right should make it findable. I don't remember exactly. There is a good JAWS webinar on the FS sight, and an even better one on TCSaccess.com.
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t 08:15 AM 2/4/2021, you wrote:
After you turn on Accessability, how do you go about accessing Accessability Settings?
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Ann Byrne
Sent: Thursday, February 04, 2021 5:53 AM
Subject: Re: Reading Googledocs with JAWS
Be sure you have pressed alt-ctrl-z to turn on accessibility. In
accessibility settings, turn on Braille even if you don't have a
Braille display. At 10:22 PM 2/3/2021, you wrote:
I am trying to read a document from my church that was sent in
Googledocs, but I am finding that when I read it I can only do so
line-by-line, meaning I have to press the Down Arrow key after every
line. The JAWS Say All command will not work. Is there a way using
JAWS that I can read something in Googledocs straight through, as if
I were using the Say All command in other documents?