moderated Re: reading tables in word with jaws
Van Lant, Robin
While in the document, hit insert V to open JAWS quick settings. Type “table” in the search field, then arrow down to “automatic table titles”. I have mine set to off.
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looking for help.
using jaws Version 2020.2003.13
& Microsoft word version 2016
lets say I create a table in word,
4 columns, 4 rows.
now using the table keys,
control, alt, arrow
as I come down either column 2 3 or 4
the jaws is reading out the content in column 1 before it reads the content of the row I'm in.
How do I stop the jaws from reading the content in column 1?
Thanks for any help,
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