moderated Re: Keystrokes for Developer toolbar in Office 365
Van Lant, Robin
It’s my company’s installation of Office, which is said to be Ofice 365, but may not be the most current version. JAWS reports the version as
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Subject: Re: Keystrokes for Developer toolbar in Office 365
Thanks. Since you’re the first to respond, to be clear, you are using Office2016 and not Office365 correct?
If I hit alt, then L, then N in Word 2016, I hear Legacy Tools table, but there is very little in that table that JAWS is reading. I don’t know how much should be there. I seem to have better luck just tabbing through the options on the Developer ribbon to see drop down boxes, checkboxes, etc. I haven’t found any radio button option yet.
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I’m cross posting hoping that I can see if this is a bug or if I’m doing something crazy.
I’m trying to create “Radio Buttons” from the developer toolbar in Word using Office 365.
I think I should be able to do that from the Developer toolbar, (alt+l). Then I should be able to press “n” to get into the Legacy Menu. I cannot get that keystroke to work. Not in JAWS2020 or the latest release of JAWS2021. Can someone please tell me if there’s a better way to create the “Radio buttons,” as I know it can be done.
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