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Re: reading N Y Times articles

Gerald Levy
 

The easiest way to read the New York Times, or any other major newspaper, for that matter, is to access it using NFB Newsline Online, rather than trying to access it directly from the paper's web site. All articles on NFB Newsline are arranged alphabetically by headline within section, and of course, there are no annoying pop-ups or flash content to deal with.

Gerald

----- Original Message -----
From: "Adrian Spratt" <Adrian@...>
To: "'The Jaws for Windows support list.'" <jfw@...>
Sent: Monday, March 18, 2013 2:01 PM
Subject: RE: reading N Y Times articles


The NY Times has been "improving" its website and emails. Last week they
reformatted their daily headlines email so that headlines are no longer
marked as headers. Before, I could skip from story to story by pressing 3
for header at level 3. Now I have to press 4 for the reporter's byline, then
arrow up twice to the actual headline. Still worse, the layout isn't
consistent, and this method sometimes skips over material. I've written to
the Times to ask them to reinstate the header format for headlines. Their
first response was thanks for my opinion. I followed up, and this time got
an assurance that my request had been forwarded to Development.

To address your concern here, I find that the webpages on the website are no
longer as stable. I can't say I've experienced what you describe because I
automatically go right to the print version. However, it's sometimes
difficult to pin down the print link.

You've probably noticed that sometimes an ad will pop up as a webpage
appears to be opening. The usual solution in this case is to go to the top
of the page and arrow down once. Here there's a link for skipping the ad.
Press enter on this, and the webpage I want stays in place.

You might want to bring your experience to the attention of the Times. As I
tried to suggest, you might need to be persistent. Past problems with the
newspaper have always been fixed.

I'm using JAWS 14, Win7 and IE9. I find that JAWS 14 handles the Internet
better than previous versions of JAWS.

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Tusing
Sent: Monday, March 18, 2013 12:47 PM
To: jfw@...
Subject: reading N Y Times articles

Hi,
I would invite any one to find a long article on the N Y Times let's say
under health and
Try to read it with JAWS (10 and 12).

The articles all get interrupted by
"flash movie start"
and then the entire page refreshes back to the top.

I have
"suppress all refreshes" checked.

Yes, one can find "print" and the Timeswill
Present the entire article perfectly.

But I want to know why JAWS cannot read the entire article as happens on
other newspaper sites without refreshing back to the beginning.

Thanks to the excellent person who wrote me privately.

Freedom Scientific did not as of now answer my query.

Thanksto all.



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Re: reading N Y Times articles

Adrian Spratt
 

The NY Times has been "improving" its website and emails. Last week they
reformatted their daily headlines email so that headlines are no longer
marked as headers. Before, I could skip from story to story by pressing 3
for header at level 3. Now I have to press 4 for the reporter's byline, then
arrow up twice to the actual headline. Still worse, the layout isn't
consistent, and this method sometimes skips over material. I've written to
the Times to ask them to reinstate the header format for headlines. Their
first response was thanks for my opinion. I followed up, and this time got
an assurance that my request had been forwarded to Development.

To address your concern here, I find that the webpages on the website are no
longer as stable. I can't say I've experienced what you describe because I
automatically go right to the print version. However, it's sometimes
difficult to pin down the print link.

You've probably noticed that sometimes an ad will pop up as a webpage
appears to be opening. The usual solution in this case is to go to the top
of the page and arrow down once. Here there's a link for skipping the ad.
Press enter on this, and the webpage I want stays in place.

You might want to bring your experience to the attention of the Times. As I
tried to suggest, you might need to be persistent. Past problems with the
newspaper have always been fixed.

I'm using JAWS 14, Win7 and IE9. I find that JAWS 14 handles the Internet
better than previous versions of JAWS.

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Tusing
Sent: Monday, March 18, 2013 12:47 PM
To: jfw@...
Subject: reading N Y Times articles

Hi,
I would invite any one to find a long article on the N Y Times let's say
under health and
Try to read it with JAWS (10 and 12).

The articles all get interrupted by
"flash movie start"
and then the entire page refreshes back to the top.

I have
"suppress all refreshes" checked.

Yes, one can find "print" and the Timeswill
Present the entire article perfectly.

But I want to know why JAWS cannot read the entire article as happens on
other newspaper sites without refreshing back to the beginning.

Thanks to the excellent person who wrote me privately.

Freedom Scientific did not as of now answer my query.

Thanksto all.



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reading N Y Times articles

Tusing <ptusing@...>
 

Hi,
I would invite any one to find a long article on the N Y Times let's say
under health and
Try to read it with JAWS (10 and 12).

The articles all get interrupted by
"flash movie start"
and then the entire page refreshes back to the top.

I have
"suppress all refreshes" checked.

Yes, one can find "print" and the Timeswill
Present the entire article perfectly.

But I want to know why JAWS cannot read the entire article as happens on
other newspaper sites without refreshing back to the beginning.

Thanks to the excellent person who wrote me privately.

Freedom Scientific did not as of now answer my query.

Thanksto all.


JAWS not saying "Star, Star" when typing passwords

Sameer
 

Dear List Members,

I am using JAWS 14 with Internet Explorer 8 & Windows XP as the OS.

I have noticed the following strange behaviour during the past couple of weeks & request suggestions from members about it's cause & solution.

1. Whenever I type passwords online, for example for logging into my email account, JAWS will stay silent. Previously, it used to announce "Star, Star" as I typed the passwords.
2. But if I turn on private browsing in Internet Explorer, JAWS says "Star, Star" when typing passwords on the same website.

This problem does not occur in Firefox.

Thanking all in advance for any & all assistance.

Regards
Mr. Sameer Latey
Mumbai, India
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Re: How to work on MS office on a Mac

George B
 

You put v m fusion on your mac and then run windows and your preferred
screen reader.

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Apoorv
Kulkarni
Sent: Saturday, March 16, 2013 22:08
To: 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'
Subject: How to work on MS office on a Mac

Hello all,

I noticed that a few of you are using Mac. I was curious to know how
are you
all using JAWS on a Mac. I understand that JAWS does not work on OS 10.
Also, I think that MS Office suite developed for Mac is inaccessible
with
Apple's voiceover. If my understanding is correct, How are you all able
to
work on MS Office on a Mac?

I am thinking of buying a Mac, and so am eager to hear from you.

Regards,
Apoorv


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Re: How to resize columns and rows in Excel

George B
 

Yes but if you choose the cell in the collum with the longest text string in
earlier versions it was easy to fit to that string now it is hidden and the
email yesterday told you how to do the old easy find of auto fit and that
makes the entire collum as wide as the cell you highlitted with the longest
string.

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Russell
Solowoniuk
Sent: Saturday, March 16, 2013 20:47
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: How to resize columns and rows in Excel

What I do to widen the columns in Excel 2010 is to press CTRL +
spacebar to select the column I wish to widen, then press the
applications key and choose "Column width from the context menu, and
then type the size I wish the column to be.

HTH
]
Russell
Sent from my iMac running Mountain Lion!

On 2013-03-16, at 9:23 AM, Apoorv Kulkarni <apoorvkulkarni@...>
wrote:

Hello everyone,



I wanted to know how to resize columns and rows in MS Excel.



When we enter text in a cell in Excel, at times the text overflows
out of
the cell. Depending on whether the adjacent cell has any text, the
overflowing text either is displayed or disappears behind the
contents of
the adjacent cell. In either of the two cases, JAWS will read the
complete
content of the text, and so, a JAWS user may not understand if the
text is
appearing properly on the screen. I wanted to know if there is any
way to
resize the column such that the cell is wide enough to display the
text
completely. At the same time, how does one know that the new size of
the
column is not excessively wide such that the worksheet appears poorly
formatted.



I am aware of the wrap text formatting option of Excel, and would
appreciate
if an alternative approach is suggested by the group.



Lastly, is there any way to resize the rows in this fashion too?



Regards,

Apoorv

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How to work on MS office on a Mac

Apoorv Kulkarni <apoorvkulkarni@...>
 

Hello all,

I noticed that a few of you are using Mac. I was curious to know how are you
all using JAWS on a Mac. I understand that JAWS does not work on OS 10.
Also, I think that MS Office suite developed for Mac is inaccessible with
Apple's voiceover. If my understanding is correct, How are you all able to
work on MS Office on a Mac?

I am thinking of buying a Mac, and so am eager to hear from you.

Regards,
Apoorv


Re: How to resize columns and rows in Excel

Ann Byrne
 

After selecting the column, if you press alt+h, then o, then I Excel will choose the proper width for the column, based on the widest cell.

At 10:47 PM 3/16/2013, you wrote:
What I do to widen the columns in Excel 2010 is to press CTRL + spacebar to select the column I wish to widen, then press the applications key and choose "Column width from the context menu, and then type the size I wish the column to be.

HTH
]
Russell
Sent from my iMac running Mountain Lion!

On 2013-03-16, at 9:23 AM, Apoorv Kulkarni <apoorvkulkarni@...> wrote:

Hello everyone,



I wanted to know how to resize columns and rows in MS Excel.



When we enter text in a cell in Excel, at times the text overflows out of
the cell. Depending on whether the adjacent cell has any text, the
overflowing text either is displayed or disappears behind the contents of
the adjacent cell. In either of the two cases, JAWS will read the complete
content of the text, and so, a JAWS user may not understand if the text is
appearing properly on the screen. I wanted to know if there is any way to
resize the column such that the cell is wide enough to display the text
completely. At the same time, how does one know that the new size of the
column is not excessively wide such that the worksheet appears poorly
formatted.



I am aware of the wrap text formatting option of Excel, and would
appreciate
if an alternative approach is suggested by the group.



Lastly, is there any way to resize the rows in this fashion too?



Regards,

Apoorv

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Re: How to resize columns and rows in Excel

Russell Solowoniuk <rsolowoniuk@...>
 

What I do to widen the columns in Excel 2010 is to press CTRL + spacebar to select the column I wish to widen, then press the applications key and choose "Column width from the context menu, and then type the size I wish the column to be.

HTH
]
Russell
Sent from my iMac running Mountain Lion!

On 2013-03-16, at 9:23 AM, Apoorv Kulkarni <apoorvkulkarni@...> wrote:

Hello everyone,



I wanted to know how to resize columns and rows in MS Excel.



When we enter text in a cell in Excel, at times the text overflows out of
the cell. Depending on whether the adjacent cell has any text, the
overflowing text either is displayed or disappears behind the contents of
the adjacent cell. In either of the two cases, JAWS will read the complete
content of the text, and so, a JAWS user may not understand if the text is
appearing properly on the screen. I wanted to know if there is any way to
resize the column such that the cell is wide enough to display the text
completely. At the same time, how does one know that the new size of the
column is not excessively wide such that the worksheet appears poorly
formatted.



I am aware of the wrap text formatting option of Excel, and would appreciate
if an alternative approach is suggested by the group.



Lastly, is there any way to resize the rows in this fashion too?



Regards,

Apoorv

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Re: How to resize columns and rows in Excel

paul lemm
 

Hi,

It would depend which version of excel your using. If its 2010 then you go
to the home menu, then cells, then format, then auto fit either row or Colum
depending on which one you want to change.

I think for older versions of excel (the versions before the ribbon
toolbars) you go to the format menu and it's been a while since I've used
the older versions but I think there is a cells option in there somewhere
with the auto fit options.

Hope this helps.

Regards

Paul Lemm

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Apoorv
Kulkarni
Sent: 16 March 2013 15:24
To: jfw@...
Subject: How to resize columns and rows in Excel

Hello everyone,



I wanted to know how to resize columns and rows in MS Excel.



When we enter text in a cell in Excel, at times the text overflows out of
the cell. Depending on whether the adjacent cell has any text, the
overflowing text either is displayed or disappears behind the contents of
the adjacent cell. In either of the two cases, JAWS will read the complete
content of the text, and so, a JAWS user may not understand if the text is
appearing properly on the screen. I wanted to know if there is any way to
resize the column such that the cell is wide enough to display the text
completely. At the same time, how does one know that the new size of the
column is not excessively wide such that the worksheet appears poorly
formatted.



I am aware of the wrap text formatting option of Excel, and would appreciate
if an alternative approach is suggested by the group.



Lastly, is there any way to resize the rows in this fashion too?



Regards,

Apoorv

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Re: How to resize columns and rows in Excel

Sameer
 

Dear Friend,

In Excel 2007, press Alt + H followed by O & I for adjusting column width.
Press Alt + H followed by O & A to adjust row width.

The above commands will increase the column/ row width to fit the largest amount of data appearing in that particular column/ row.

Regards
Mr. Sameer Latey
Mumbai, India

----- Original Message -----
From: "Apoorv Kulkarni" <apoorvkulkarni@...>
To: <jfw@...>
Sent: Saturday, March 16, 2013 8:53 PM
Subject: How to resize columns and rows in Excel


Hello everyone,



I wanted to know how to resize columns and rows in MS Excel.



When we enter text in a cell in Excel, at times the text overflows out of
the cell. Depending on whether the adjacent cell has any text, the
overflowing text either is displayed or disappears behind the contents of
the adjacent cell. In either of the two cases, JAWS will read the complete
content of the text, and so, a JAWS user may not understand if the text is
appearing properly on the screen. I wanted to know if there is any way to
resize the column such that the cell is wide enough to display the text
completely. At the same time, how does one know that the new size of the
column is not excessively wide such that the worksheet appears poorly
formatted.



I am aware of the wrap text formatting option of Excel, and would appreciate
if an alternative approach is suggested by the group.



Lastly, is there any way to resize the rows in this fashion too?



Regards,

Apoorv

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pdf creator and jaws

Kevin Lee <kleeva5@...>
 

does anyone know if jaws works well with pdf creator?
email is golden!
Kevin
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How to resize columns and rows in Excel

Apoorv Kulkarni <apoorvkulkarni@...>
 

Hello everyone,



I wanted to know how to resize columns and rows in MS Excel.



When we enter text in a cell in Excel, at times the text overflows out of
the cell. Depending on whether the adjacent cell has any text, the
overflowing text either is displayed or disappears behind the contents of
the adjacent cell. In either of the two cases, JAWS will read the complete
content of the text, and so, a JAWS user may not understand if the text is
appearing properly on the screen. I wanted to know if there is any way to
resize the column such that the cell is wide enough to display the text
completely. At the same time, how does one know that the new size of the
column is not excessively wide such that the worksheet appears poorly
formatted.



I am aware of the wrap text formatting option of Excel, and would appreciate
if an alternative approach is suggested by the group.



Lastly, is there any way to resize the rows in this fashion too?



Regards,

Apoorv

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Re: Times in Excel

Ann Byrne
 

Press alt to get to the home tab.
Down arrow to the edit submenu and open it with right arrow or enter.
Arrow to 'fill button, drop down' and press spacebar.
Arrow to series and press spacebar.

You are now in the fill dialog,.

At 05:33 AM 3/16/2013, you wrote:
Hello,

How do I use the autofill function with the virtual ribbon menu feature on?

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Ann Byrne
Sent: 16 March 2013 7:55
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: Times in Excel

In Excel 2010:

1. Place the first value--e.g., 9:15--in a1;
2. place the second value--9:30--in a2;
3. select the cells in column A starting with 9:15, going down to the
approximate end of your time list.
4. Press alt+h, then f, i, s. do not press enter.
5. In the resulting dialog, press the columns radio button.
6. Tab to the field that says 'linear, 1 of 4", and arrow down to
'autofill, 4 of 4". Do not fill in step value or stop value or trend.
7. Tab to Okay and press enter.

Autofill will derive the increase from a1 and a2.

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Re: MLA style with Jaws

Russell Solowoniuk <rsolowoniuk@...>
 

Hi Stephanie,

Thanks for the website! I'll give it a try. It's not for me, but a student I'm working with.

Much appreciated.

Russell
Sent from my iMac running Mountain Lion!

On 2013-03-13, at 6:45 AM, Stephanie Switzer <emmanrusty@...> wrote:

Which guide are you using? Also there are lots of websites that work
with jaws that can help you with things like sitations. I'm not sure
what you need to do exactly, but if you need help with citations try:
http://www.easybib.com/

On 3/12/13, Russell Solowoniuk <rsolowoniuk@...> wrote:

Hi all,
Has anyone had any luck learning the MLA style using Jaws? If so, can you
share some tips? Part of the problem is that the MLA style guide is not
accessible with Jaws, from what I understand. What about Braille? Could the
guide, or at least relevant sections, be Brailled? How would one tell if
text in question is italic, bold, or underlined, as the Braille symbol is
the same for all?

Any help here would be greatlyw
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Re: Times in Excel

Adrian Spratt
 

How about turning it off? Ann gave you a masterful set of instructions.

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Apoorv
Kulkarni
Sent: Saturday, March 16, 2013 6:33 AM
To: 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'
Subject: RE: Times in Excel

Hello,

How do I use the autofill function with the virtual ribbon menu feature on?

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Ann Byrne
Sent: 16 March 2013 7:55
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: Times in Excel

In Excel 2010:

1. Place the first value--e.g., 9:15--in a1;
2. place the second value--9:30--in a2;
3. select the cells in column A starting with 9:15, going down to the
approximate end of your time list.
4. Press alt+h, then f, i, s. do not press enter.
5. In the resulting dialog, press the columns radio button.
6. Tab to the field that says 'linear, 1 of 4", and arrow down to
'autofill, 4 of 4". Do not fill in step value or stop value or trend.
7. Tab to Okay and press enter.

Autofill will derive the increase from a1 and a2.

Good luck!




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Re: Times in Excel

Apoorv Kulkarni <apoorvkulkarni@...>
 

Hello,

How do I use the autofill function with the virtual ribbon menu feature on?

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Ann Byrne
Sent: 16 March 2013 7:55
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: Times in Excel

In Excel 2010:

1. Place the first value--e.g., 9:15--in a1;
2. place the second value--9:30--in a2;
3. select the cells in column A starting with 9:15, going down to the
approximate end of your time list.
4. Press alt+h, then f, i, s. do not press enter.
5. In the resulting dialog, press the columns radio button.
6. Tab to the field that says 'linear, 1 of 4", and arrow down to
'autofill, 4 of 4". Do not fill in step value or stop value or trend.
7. Tab to Okay and press enter.

Autofill will derive the increase from a1 and a2.

Good luck!




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Re: Times in Excel

Dave...
 

Cool. Always wondered how that worked. You just took the mystery out of
that.

Dave Carlson
Tastefully composed and launched near the Pacific Ocean using a Dell
Latitude E6520, JAWS 14, and Windows 7 Professional 32-bit

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To: "The Jaws for Windows support list." <jfw@...>
Sent: Friday, March 15, 2013 19:24
Subject: Re: Times in Excel


In Excel 2010:

1. Place the first value--e.g., 9:15--in a1;
2. place the second value--9:30--in a2;
3. select the cells in column A starting with 9:15, going down to the
approximate end of your time list.
4. Press alt+h, then f, i, s. do not press enter.
5. In the resulting dialog, press the columns radio button.
6. Tab to the field that says 'linear, 1 of 4", and arrow down to
'autofill, 4 of 4". Do not fill in step value or stop value or trend.
7. Tab to Okay and press enter.

Autofill will derive the increase from a1 and a2.

Good luck!




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Re: Times in Excel

Ann Byrne
 

In Excel 2010:

1. Place the first value--e.g., 9:15--in a1;
2. place the second value--9:30--in a2;
3. select the cells in column A starting with 9:15, going down to the approximate end of your time list.
4. Press alt+h, then f, i, s. do not press enter.
5. In the resulting dialog, press the columns radio button.
6. Tab to the field that says 'linear, 1 of 4", and arrow down to 'autofill, 4 of 4". Do not fill in step value or stop value or trend.
7. Tab to Okay and press enter.

Autofill will derive the increase from a1 and a2.

Good luck!


Times in Excel

Steve & Shannon Cook <cookcafe@...>
 

Hi All,

Using JAWS 14, Excel 2010, and Windows 7. Let's say for example in column
A, I have times starting at 9:00 AM. How do I fill in the cells below in
increments of 15 minutes? Thanks in advance!