moderated Re: keystroke to find out what font my document is in and how to change it
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Thank you all for your wonderful answers. This helps a lot.
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Subject: Re: keystroke to find out what font my document is in and how to change it
Control d is the keyboard command to take you directly into the Font dialog.
Insert with f is the JAWS command to tell you things about font, formatting, etc. If you double tap f, JAWS brings up a results screen which you can navigate using the virtual cursor.
Alt with Delete is the JAWS command to tell you where your cursor is located in terms of inches from the left and top edges of the page.
I do hope this is useful.
Someone posted the keystrokes to use to have Jaws tell me the font, pages, etc of a document and now I can’t find the message. Can someone plese tell me what they are?
Also, I am having trouble getting up into the font dialog box to make changes to things like font, bold, italics, font size, etc. Is there an easy way?