moderated Re: Hearing the word suggestions as I type e-mails
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I actually like them, because if you hear a suggestion which is correct, you can just press enter, and it is pre-filled in.
For example, if I type S then T and hear steve@... , I can just press enter to fill it in. Saves a lot of keystrokes over time.
If there are more than one ST, you can down arrow to the one you want and press enter.
All the best
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From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of Tom Behler
Sent: 22 August 2021 23:44
Subject: Re: Hearing the word suggestions as I type e-mails
Thanks very much for this work-around.
I no longer get word suggestions as I type.
What a relief!
From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of Joseph Lee
This is caused by Outlook’s attempt to guess what you are about to type. The text is part of a UIA notification event. Although I don’t have specific solutions for Outlook, but at least from JAWS side, try turning off “accessible event notification” (found in settings Center).
I think I’m running into the same problem. For me, it’s in the message body. If I’m not typing as fast as I can, I hear the suggestion, and hit TAB to accept it if it’s what I want. Most of the time, I’ve already started typing, and I miss the suggestion, so I’d also like it gone as well.
Kevin, Valerie and Jilly
Where, in Outlook, are you being bugged by the suggestions? When writing in the body of the email or in one of the to or copy fields?
With best regards,
Hi. I am using office 365 and use Outlook 365 as my e-mail client. I am running the latest version of Jaws under the latest version of Windows 10 pro edition. While I am typing this e-mail, the word suggestion keeps coming up which is distracting and annoying. How do I turn this feature off? Thanks.