moderated Re: Working with Excel worksheets and JAWS
Thanks for that one, if you simply want to perform actions on the current sheet this is a good shortcut to know, still I also think F6 is useful if you want to go to your different sheets. Of course you can also do that by using Control + Page Dow or Page Up or by bringing up a listing of all your sheet with Alt + Shift + S, but I like the simplicity of the single key press and then being able to move to any of my sheets with the arrows and using application key to bring up the context menu. There are many ways to skin a cat in Excel.
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Your new favorite keystroke is Insert shift S. This opens that context menu and allows you to do all those things for the given tab or to add a new tab.
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I am using Windows 10, JAWS 2021 and Exscel 2016, which I just upgraded from Office 2007. I can no longer get JAWS curser to read the line at the bottom of a spread sheet where the list of sheets is. How do I copy a sheet and add it to the end of the sheets in a workbook. I use to do this with the context menu and the JAWS curser.
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