moderated Re: how to bring back hidden folders in outlook
Van Lant, Robin
Good point, Bill. I tend to use Control Y mainly, but do use Control Tab twice to get to the folder list when really needed. Deb mentioned that she is on Office 2013, so I’m not sure which is required in that version
Deb, I’m a bit surprised the Microsoft Accessibility wasn’t able to help you. The thing I would start with is checking if you have the navigation or folder pane turned on. I think it was called Navigation Pane,, but is called Folder Pane in newer versions of Outlook, so I’m not sure what it would be called in 2013. In Office 365, the keyboard sequence is Alt V then F to open the submenu to see if the Folder Pane is set to Normal , Minimize, or Off. You want it at Normal. If Alt V, F doesn’t seem to do anything, open the view ribbon and tab many times over to the right to look for something called Navigation Pane or Folder Pane and hit alt down arrow on that to open the submenu.
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Hi, Robin. I think in the newer versions of Outlook you must use CONTROL plus SHIFT plus TAB to get to the folder list.
How did you access them before? Did you Shift Tab to the tree view?
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I use a windows 7 laptop with the version before the latest update of jaws.
I use a USB keyboard connected to the laptop.
Anyway, the last few days many of my folders in outlook 2013 are hidden.
I used control Y and found they are still there but do not pop up as usual when I open outlook.
The Microsoft disability answer desk person says it is because they are being hidden by some browser messages which I do not hear or find anywhere.
How do I remove these messages so I do not have to do a control Y every time I want to open a folder such as deleted items, drafts, junkmail, and so forth.
Confused in South Dakota.
I have a brand new laptop which I will begin using in a few days.
But I am keeping this one as I have downloaded at least 14 unread books in my audible account that I want to keep.
Any bright ideas.
Deb Ver Steeg
See the below link for “Wave Apps.” Although I have not used it personally, I understand that it is accessible. Also, its basic functionality is free.
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