moderated Re: Microsoft teams and Jaws

Michael Mote

Hi there. The address for Doug Lee's site is below:

-----Original Message-----
From: <> On Behalf Of Hank William Merchant
Sent: Friday, April 29, 2022 9:07 AM
Subject: Re: Microsoft teams and Jaws

Good morning,

I also will need to use ms teams every day in my job that I will be starting soon. Can someone maybe please tell me the web address for Doug Lee's web site so I can download these ms teams jaws scripts mentioned below? Thanks muchly in advance for any possible help with this.

Kindest regards,


-----Original Message-----
From: Michael Mote
Sent: Thursday, April 28, 2022 9:28 AM
Subject: Re: Microsoft teams and Jaws

Hi Bonnie. When I use teams, if I am in a call, it is normally in a separate window from the regular Teams program. If you use it a lot, you might consider downloading the scripts for Teams from Doug Lee's web-site. They make Teams work better from what I can tell. Teams is hard to get used to, and quite honestly, not as good as Zoom in my humble opinion. That is not saying that you can't use it effectively, but Zoom is easier.

On 4/28/22, Bonnie Vegiard <bonnievegiard@...> wrote:
Good morning everyone,
At my new job I need to use Microsoft teams regularly. I’m trying to
go through the Freedom scientific resources on YouTube and the
webinars about it, but there is a lot of material there, and things do keep changing.
Yesterday I listened to a YouTube about Jaws 2021 that said there’s a
setting where you can put a Microsoft teams call into a separate
window, and then your hotkeys would be available. But when I went to
look in teams 2022, that setting did not appear to be there. Does
anyone know, are the calls already in a separate window, or is there
someway for me to make the hotkeys more accessible on a call?

Thank you, Bonnie

Bonnie Vegiard, LCSW

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