moderated Re: Selecting All Question
I am using 2019 and Windows 10.
Control a says “selected all” and then starts reading all the file names, so it sounds like a setting got changed.
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Subject: Re: Selecting All Question
I personally just assume control+a always selects all.
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When in Outlook 365 and in the list of emails in my Trash Folder, I often select all and permanently delete them. One problem, when I use the Control plus A command to select all, JAWS does not speak anything to let me know they are selected. I have enough residual vision to see that they are selected but I would certainly feel better if JAWS reinforced this. I should say that I am using the latest 2021 release of JAWS and Windows 10.
Thanks in advance for any assistance,