moderated Re: label printers which are accessible with Jaws
CJ &AA MAY
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I’ll find out but don’t know off the top of my head. The address labels are probably just under three inches long and 2 inches tall.
I’ll let you know.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of Richard Turner
Sent: 17 May 2021 16:49
Subject: Re: label printers which are accessible with Jaws
No, it would take a braille embosser to do braille labels.
So these are labels that are about 4 by 5 inches,? Do you happen to know the label number? Avery labels all have unique names/numbers so it would be good to know which labels go with that printer, or even the printer model so one could find it if one chose to.
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No, you insert a roll of address labels into the Dymo printer, which is probably about 6 inches tall by six or seven inches long and connects via USB to the computer.
The way I have been using it is to select the address, paste it into a blank Word page, press alt and arrow along to Dymo, hit enter and then print, but at the moment Jaws is being a bit stubborn about reading the menu options in the Dymo Tab but I have learnt how to overcome this by counting the number of times to tab.
It then prints the label, which I tear off at the serrated edge.
The labels are self-adhesive and ideal for putting on envelopes, packages etc. But it is not a braille labeller.