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With the previous version of Quick Assist, there
was complete access to the program for a screen-reader. I am going to contact
Microsoft's Disability Help Desk, to see if they have a solution.
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Sent: Monday, May 30, 2022 6:01 PM
Subject: Re: Question regarding the
latest update to Quick Assist
I was able to find it and according to promps it was installed, but now when I
start it, I have to virualise the window to read the option.
What to do is, open the app and then go to
Now use the touch cursor.
Has anyone on the
list needed to use Quick Assist recently? I have! I got a prompt telling me
there was a new release of Quick Assist, and I would need to get it from the
Microsoft Store. My question is:
Has anyone who has
limited or no vision on the list, successfully try and find and download the
update to Quick Assist from the Microsoft Store. Personally, I had no success
in downloading and applying the new update for this program.
I pose the following
I would like anyone
who has no vision or, very limited vision, try and successfully
download the update for Quick Assist from the Microsoft Store. If anyone
who is not vision impaired, please do not come in on this topic for at least 2
days, to see if muy challenge can be met. If anyone who is visually impaired,
managed to do what I failed to do myself, will they plese enlighten me as to
how they did it, with step-by-step instructions, so I can complete the update
to Quick Assist. Whuy Microsoft did not include the latest update to Quick
Assist as part of the Windows update process, will always be a mystery, except
to Microsoft, of course.