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Re: OT: Windows 7 lists?

Loreal Lavigna <Llavigna2@...>
 

OK well here's a good example of something I'm a little stuck on. I'm
trying to find the normal template for ms word 2010 to edit it. I'm using a
32-bit version of office on my 64-bit windows machine.


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-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com] On Behalf Of Cy Selfridge
Sent: Monday, September 02, 2013 11:22 AM
To: 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'
Subject: RE: OT: Windows 7 lists?

Actually W7 is not all that bad, just a bit different.
It does do some things which are really neat such as automatically loading
the drivers for whatever you plug into your computer.
Most of the hot keys from XP still work fine.
Cy

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com] On Behalf Of MJ Williams
Sent: Monday, September 02, 2013 9:19 AM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: OT: Windows 7 lists?

"It seems to take three times as long ..."
Oh Joy! Is that what we have to look forward to when we finally say fairwell
to xP? <smile>

At 16:01 02/09/2013, you wrote:
I'd be interested in such a list too as the learning is going slow for
me. It seems to take three times as long to do simple tasks as it did
under xp. but there's no going back so ...



On 9/2/13, Loreal Lavigna <Llavigna2@aol.com> wrote:
Does anyone know of any windows 7 lists for the blind at all? I'm
learning as I go and not doing too badly with it, but could always
use some tips/tricks whenever and wherever I can find them. Thanks in
advance!

Loreal Lavigna
Medical Transcriptionist at Acusis, LLC.
Sunday - Thursday 12:00a.m. - 4:00 a.m.
Phone: (518)330-5188
Email: Loreal.Lavigna@acusis.com


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Re: OT: Windows 7 lists?

judith bron
 

The new windows does take longer. All the shortcuts we had in XP like
instant access to documents is gone. The tool bar doesn't exist through alt
t. I'm still trying to figure out where it is. Oh well, they call it
progress. Judith

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com] On Behalf Of MJ Williams
Sent: Monday, September 02, 2013 11:19 AM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: OT: Windows 7 lists?

"It seems to take three times as long ..."
Oh Joy! Is that what we have to look forward to when we finally say fairwell
to xP? <smile>

At 16:01 02/09/2013, you wrote:
I'd be interested in such a list too as the learning is going slow for
me. It seems to take three times as long to do simple tasks as it did
under xp. but there's no going back so ...



On 9/2/13, Loreal Lavigna <Llavigna2@aol.com> wrote:
Does anyone know of any windows 7 lists for the blind at all? I'm
learning as I go and not doing too badly with it, but could always
use some tips/tricks whenever and wherever I can find them. Thanks in
advance!

Loreal Lavigna
Medical Transcriptionist at Acusis, LLC.
Sunday - Thursday 12:00a.m. - 4:00 a.m.
Phone: (518)330-5188
Email: Loreal.Lavigna@acusis.com


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Re: OT: Windows 7 lists?

Cy Selfridge
 

Actually W7 is not all that bad, just a bit different.
It does do some things which are really neat such as automatically loading
the drivers for whatever you plug into your computer.
Most of the hot keys from XP still work fine.
Cy

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com] On Behalf Of MJ Williams
Sent: Monday, September 02, 2013 9:19 AM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: OT: Windows 7 lists?

"It seems to take three times as long ..."
Oh Joy! Is that what we have to look forward to when we finally say fairwell
to xP? <smile>

At 16:01 02/09/2013, you wrote:
I'd be interested in such a list too as the learning is going slow for
me. It seems to take three times as long to do simple tasks as it did
under xp. but there's no going back so ...



On 9/2/13, Loreal Lavigna <Llavigna2@aol.com> wrote:
Does anyone know of any windows 7 lists for the blind at all? I'm
learning as I go and not doing too badly with it, but could always
use some tips/tricks whenever and wherever I can find them. Thanks in
advance!

Loreal Lavigna
Medical Transcriptionist at Acusis, LLC.
Sunday - Thursday 12:00a.m. - 4:00 a.m.
Phone: (518)330-5188
Email: Loreal.Lavigna@acusis.com


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Re: OT: Windows 7 lists?

MJ Williams <matthewjwilliams101@...>
 

"It seems to take three times as long ..."
Oh Joy! Is that what we have to look forward to when we finally say fairwell to xP? <smile>

At 16:01 02/09/2013, you wrote:
I'd be interested in such a list too as the learning is going slow for
me. It seems to take three times as long to do simple tasks as it did
under xp. but there's no going back so ...



On 9/2/13, Loreal Lavigna <Llavigna2@aol.com> wrote:
Does anyone know of any windows 7 lists for the blind at all? I'm learning
as I go and not doing too badly with it, but could always use some
tips/tricks whenever and wherever I can find them. Thanks in advance!

Loreal Lavigna
Medical Transcriptionist at Acusis, LLC.
Sunday - Thursday 12:00a.m. - 4:00 a.m.
Phone: (518)330-5188
Email: Loreal.Lavigna@acusis.com


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Re: Removing "suggested sites" from the tool bar

Kimber Gardner
 

I'm not sure if this will work, but find the icon you want to get rid
of. Don't click on it, instead press the application key and arrow
down the choices. One of them may be unpin from toolbar.

I hope this helps.

Kimber

On 9/1/13, Karen Reynolds <reynolds-karen@att.net> wrote:
I'm having the same problem and tried to find this. I must be missing
something. Does it have a particular name that I can look for?

Karen


-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com] On Behalf Of David G.
Carlson
Sent: Saturday, August 31, 2013 4:40 PM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: Removing "suggested sites" from the tool bar

If it's anything like IE 8 then Tools/Options and look on the General page
for search default settings.

David G. Carlson
Marketing / Sales Engineer
RF Timing and Synchronization
dgcarlson@sbcglobal.net

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To: "'The Jaws for Windows support list.'" <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com>
Sent: Saturday, August 31, 2013 1:20 PM
Subject: Removing "suggested sites" from the tool bar


Hi,

I keep getting items on my IE10 tool bar that I don't want. One is labeled
something like "suggested sites". Also, I often have another item for
going
to Facebook (my home page). I can delete these from the tool bar easily
enough but would prefer that they not show up again.

Thanks


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Re: OT: Windows 7 lists?

Kimber Gardner
 

I'd be interested in such a list too as the learning is going slow for
me. It seems to take three times as long to do simple tasks as it did
under xp. but there's no going back so ...

On 9/2/13, Loreal Lavigna <Llavigna2@aol.com> wrote:
Does anyone know of any windows 7 lists for the blind at all? I'm learning
as I go and not doing too badly with it, but could always use some
tips/tricks whenever and wherever I can find them. Thanks in advance!

Loreal Lavigna
Medical Transcriptionist at Acusis, LLC.
Sunday - Thursday 12:00a.m. - 4:00 a.m.
Phone: (518)330-5188
Email: Loreal.Lavigna@acusis.com


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OT: Windows 7 lists?

Loreal Lavigna <Llavigna2@...>
 

Does anyone know of any windows 7 lists for the blind at all? I'm learning as I go and not doing too badly with it, but could always use some tips/tricks whenever and wherever I can find them. Thanks in advance!

Loreal Lavigna
Medical Transcriptionist at Acusis, LLC.
Sunday - Thursday 12:00a.m. - 4:00 a.m.
Phone: (518)330-5188
Email: Loreal.Lavigna@acusis.com


Re: JAWS 14 and Windows 8 question

David Bailes
 

* David Bailes
*
To
* jfw

Hi Kayla,
here are some guides. This first is for file explorer, what used to be called windows explorer:
http://goo.gl/MlFuf
The second is for the taskbar, which includes the taskbar buttons and the notification area:
http://goo.gl/KsL0m
And the third is for the start screen:
http://goo.gl/GwlKh
 
David.
 
 
original message:
Hi all,
I recently purchased a windows 8 computer along with ms office 13 and
JAWS 14. As someone who has used xp and ms office 2007 for the last
several years, Windows 8 is a lot different. I have attempted to
google search tips on how to use windows 8 with JAWS 14, but so far I
haven’t found anything particularly helpful. If anyone knows of any
resources detailing how to use JAWS, MS office 13, and windows 8
effectively that they could pass along I’d really appreciate it!
Thanks, Kayla


R: Outlook shortcuts

Angela Delicata <angeladelicata@...>
 

Try to google it.
There is a lot of stuff on the Net.
Angela from Italy


-----Messaggio originale-----

Hi everyone, I have not used outlook for many years and I just started using
outlook 2010 recently. Do any of you have a good list of helpful shortcuts
that you can send to me? I looked at JAWS help and there aren't too many
shortcuts in JAWS help.

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Re: Key command for making JF W speak characters and words

Dave...
 

Insert+2 from the number row (not the keypad).

David G. Carlson
Marketing / Sales Engineer
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Joseph Hudson" <jhud7789@gmail.com>
To: "The Jaws for Windows support list." <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com>
Sent: Sunday, September 01, 2013 10:04 PM
Subject: Key command for making JF W speak characters and words


Hello folks, I got a new desktop built for me just a few days ago is running
latest version of JF W, and my dad was helping me with some stuff earlier
today putting stuff on the computer. And now I went to work with my
computer, I noticed that it's not speaking characters or words. So does
anybody know what the command is on a desktop computer?

Joseph Hudson
Email
jhud7789@yahoo.com Sent from my iPhone
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Key command for making JF W speak characters and words

Joseph Hudson <jhud7789@...>
 

Hello folks, I got a new desktop built for me just a few days ago is running latest version of JF W, and my dad was helping me with some stuff earlier today putting stuff on the computer. And now I went to work with my computer, I noticed that it's not speaking characters or words. So does anybody know what the command is on a desktop computer?

Joseph Hudson
Email
jhud7789@yahoo.com Sent from my iPhone


Re: Outlook shortcuts

Jessie Wang <jwdreamgurl3@...>
 

Thank you.

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com] On Behalf Of Charles Coe
Sent: Sunday, September 01, 2013 5:32 PM
To: 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'
Subject: RE: Outlook shortcuts

Hi,

Here is a list of Outlook 2010 shortcut keys.


(Click here to go back to Microsoft Outlook Shortcuts on shortcutworld.com)


Outlook 2010 Shortcuts1. Main Outlook Features Shortcut Description
ctrl+1 Switch to Mail
ctrl+2 Switch to Calendar
ctrl+3 Switch to Contacts
ctrl+4 Switch to Tasks
ctrl+5 Switch to Notes
ctrl+6 Switch to Folder List in Navigation Pane
ctrl+7 Switch to Shortcuts
ctrl+shift+b Open Address Book
2. Messages in Main View Main Window Shortcut Description tab/shift+tab
Cycle forward / backward between screen elements (Navigation Pane, Message
List, Search, Reading Pane)
ctrl+shift+i Go to Inbox folder
ctrl+shift+o Go to Outbox folder
ctrl+y Go to another folder as specified
f3 or ctrl+e Go to Search box
ctrl+m or f9 Check for new messages
alt+arrow left / alt+arrow right Go back to previous view / forward to
alt+next
view
ctrl+n Create new message
ctrl+shift+m Create new message (from any Outlook view)
Navigation Pane Shortcut Description
arrow up / arrow down Navigate downward / navigate upward in Navigation
Pane. Press space or enter to select. Press shift+tab and/or tab to jump
between Message List and Navigation Pane arrow left / arrow right Collapse
or expand group in message list a...z Jump to folder with letter typed. If
more than one folder exists, immediately continue typing second or third
letter until reaching folder
f2 Rename folder
del Delete folder
Message List and Single Messages Shortcut Description tab/shift+tab Cycle
forward / cycle backward between Screen Elements (e.g.
Navigation Pane, Message List, Search, Reading Pane) arrow down / arrow up
Move down / move up between messages arrow left / arrow right Collapse /
expand groups (e.g. week)
shift+arrow down / shift+arrow up Select multiple adjacent messages
press and hold ctrl, arrow up/arrow down and space Select multiple
non-adjacent messages
ctrl+shift+v Move message to folder
insert Add Quick Flag to message
ctrl+shift+g Add Custom Flag to message
ctrl+alt+j Mark message as not junk
ctrl+q/ ctrl+u Mark as read or unread
ctrl+alt+m Mark for Download
ctrl+alt+u Clear Mark for Download
ctrl+shift+w Display blocked content menu. Press ctrl+shift+w, then p to
download blocked pictures/images.
alt+enter Show email properties
ctrl+shift+s Post to folder
ctrl+shift+y Copy item to folder
spacebar/ shift+spacebar Page down / page up through message text in Reading
Pane enter Open message
ctrl+. / ctrl+, Jump to next/previous message (in single message view) p
ctrl+Print Message
Most Shortcuts work in Message List and when viewing single messages 3.
Messages in Compose View Manage Messages Shortcut Description tab Cycle
between To, Cc, Subject, and Message Body
alt+m Choose From account from which to send message u Jump to subject s
alt+Send
ctrl+s or shift+f12 Save Message
f12 Save Message as
ctrl+click Jump to URI while in edit mode k Insert hyperlink
alt+n, then af Attach File / Insert File
Shortcuts for Formatting Text Shortcut Description
ctrl+x / ctrl+c / ctrl+v Cut/ copy/ paste
alt+o Display Format menu
ctrl+shift+p Display Font dialog box
shift+f3 Switch case between all upper, all lower, and first letter upper.
ctrl+shift+k Switch case to/from small capitals
ctrl+b Switch format to/from bold
ctrl+i Switch format to/from italic
ctrl+u Switch format to/from underline
ctrl+shift+l Add/remove bullets
ctrl+l Align left
ctrl+r Align right
ctrl+e Align center
ctrl+t/ ctrl+shift+t Increase / decrease indent [/ ctrl+] Increase /
ctrl+decrease font size (or use or ctrl+shift+; spacebar Clear
ctrl+formatting (or use ctrl+shift+z)
ctrl+shift+h Delete next word
ctrl+shift+j Stretch paragraph to fit between margins s Apply styles
ctrl+t Create hanging indent
ctrl+shift+t Reduce hanging indent
ctrl+k Insert hyperlink
ctrl+q Remove paragraph formatting
4. Create Items Shortcut Description
ctrl+shift+a Create appointment
ctrl+shift+c Create contact
ctrl+shift+l Create distribution list
ctrl+shift+x Create fax
ctrl+shift+e Create folder
ctrl+shift+j Create Journal entry
ctrl+shift+q Create meeting request
ctrl+shift+m Create message
ctrl+shift+n Create note
ctrl+shift+h Create new Microsoft Office document s Post to this folder
ctrl+t Post reply in this folder
ctrl+shift+p Create Search Folder
ctrl+shift+k Create task
ctrl+shift+u Create task request
5. Calendar Shortcuts Create and Manage Appointments Shortcut Description
tab / shift+tab Select next/ select previous appointment in Calendar View
ctrl+n Create new appointment (when in Calendar)
ctrl+shift+a Create new appointment (in any Outlook view) q Create new
ctrl+shift+meeting request
ctrl+g Set up recurrence for an appointment or task
tab / shift+tab Jump to next / previous input field
ctrl+f Forward an appointment or meeting r Reply to meeting request with
ctrl+message
ctrl+shift+r Reply All to meeting request with message
Calendar Views Shortcut Description
ctrl+alt+1 Switch to Day view
ctrl+alt+2 Switch to Work Week view
ctrl+alt+3 Switch to Full Week view
ctrl+alt+4 Switch to Month Week view
alt+1...0 View from 1 through 10 days
Navigate Calendar Shortcut Description
ctrl+tab or f6 Move between Calendar, TaskPad, and Folder List
tab / shift+tab Select next/ select previous appointment arrow left / arrow
right Go to previous / next day arrow up / arrow down Go up / down in
current view home / end Go to beginning/end of current view page up / page
down Jump one page up/ one page down
shift+arrow up / shift+arrow down Day View: Extend / reduce selected
shift+time
alt+arrow down / alt+arrow up Go to same day in next / previous week
alt+page down / alt+page up Go to next or previous month home / alt+end
alt+Go to start or end of week
ctrl+g Go to date
6. Contacts Shortcuts Shortcut Description
f3 or ctrl+e Find contact or other item
f11 Enter name in Search Address Books box
shift+letter In Table or List view of contacts, go to first contact that
starts with specific letter
ctrl+a Select all contacts
ctrl+f Create new message addressed to selected contact j Create Journal
ctrl+entry for selected contact n Create new contact (when in Contacts)
ctrl+shift+c Create new contact (from any Outlook view)
ctrl+o or ctrl+shift+enter Open contact form for selected contact
ctrl+shift+l Create new distribution list
ctrl+p Print
f5 Update list of distribution list members
ctrl+y Go to different folder
ctrl+shift+b Open Address Book
ctrl+shift+f Use Advanced Find
ctrl+shift+. In an open contact, open next contact listed
esc Close contact
ctrl+shift+x Open Web page for selected contact (if one is included)
alt+d Open Check Address dialog box
alt+shift+1 .. 3 In contact form, under Internet, display message 1 .. 3
information
ctrl+shift+d Dial new call
7. Tasks Shortcuts Shortcut Description
alt+f2 Show or hide To-Do Bar
alt+c Accept task request
alt+d Decline task request
ctrl+e Find task or other item
ctrl+y Open Go to Folder dialog box
ctrl+n Create new task (when in Tasks)
ctrl+shift+k Create new task (from any Outlook view) u Create new task
ctrl+shift+request
ctrl+o Open selected item
ctrl+p Print selected item
ctrl+a Select all items
ctrl+d Delete selected item
ctrl+f Forward task as an attachment
shift+tab Switch between Navigation Pane, Tasks list, and To-Do Bar
ctrl+j Open selected item as Journal item z Undo last action
insert Flag an item or mark complete
8. Business Card View Shortcut Description a-z One or more letters of name
that card is filed under or name of field that you are sorting by will
select specific card in list arrow up / arrow down Select previous / select
next card home / end Select first / select last card in list page up / page
down Select first card on current page / next page arrow right / arrow left
Select closest card in next / previous column
ctrl+spacebar Select or cancel selection of active card
shift+arrow up / shift+arrow down Extend selection to previous / next
shift+card
ctrl+shift+arrow up / ctrl+shift+arrow down Extend selection to previous
ctrl+shift+or
next card, regardless of starting point
shift+home / shift+end Extend selection to first / last card in list
shift+page up / shift+page down Extend selection to first / last card on
previous page
tab / shift+tab Move to next / move to previous field enter Move to next
field, or add line to multiline field
shift+enter Move to previous field without leaving active card
f2 Display insertion point in active field to edit text 9. Other Outlook
2010 Shortcut Shortcut Description
ctrl+alt+s Define Send/Receive groups
shift+f9 Start send/receive for current folder, retrieving full items
(header, item, and any attachments)
ctrl+b Display Send/Receive progress when send/receive is in progress
ctrl+alt+shift+f12 Save Form Design
ctrl+shift+f11 Save Form Data
ctrl+n when on InfoPath folder. Create new InfoPath form
ctrl+shift+w Select Message InfoBar and, if available, show menu of
ctrl+shift+commands

alt+f11 Open Visual Basic Editor
alt+f8 Play Macro


-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com] On Behalf Of Dreamgurl
Sent: Sunday, September 01, 2013 4:31 PM
To: jfw@lists.the-jdh.com
Subject: Outlook shortcuts

Hi everyone, I have not used outlook for many years and I just started using
outlook 2010 recently. Do any of you have a good list of helpful shortcuts
that you can send to me? I looked at JAWS help and there aren't too many
shortcuts in JAWS help.

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Important note for virtualization fans: Never, ever use JFW under a hypervisor such as Hyper-V, VMWare and so forth due to authorization and tandem issues

 

Hi folks,
Recently, I got a new laptop with plenty of RAM to run multiple guest
OS's as virtual machines under VMWare and Microsoft Hyper-V. After I
authorized JAWS 14 on my laptop, I enabled Hyper-V and tried to use it
to create a virtual hard disk (VHD) for a guest OS. However, after
Windows restarts after enabling Hyper-V, JFW loses ILM authorization
thanks to the fact that Windows is now running on top of Hyper-V
hypervisor. Although I now have a dongle for authorizing JAWS (since
resume from sleep and memory allocation issue came up again), at
times, I find that I may need to use ILM key when running JAWS.
So for those who'd like to experiment with virtualization and running
multiple guests (including running Windows 8 64-bit on top of Hyper-V
or other hypervisors and if the virtualized guest has JFW installed),
please remember to never, ever use JAWS with ILM authorization (you
need a dongle, or you can use JFW in demo mode).
On a related note: you should NOT use "fake" or "virtualized" tandem
sessions (I define fake or virtualized tandem means using two copies
of JFW, with one running inside a VM), especially when using VMWare
Player, as you'll need to go to Windows Lock screen (CTRL+Alt+Delete)
to use keyboard from host when keystrokes are sent to the guest that
doesn't exist (because tandem JFW exited).
For reference, my system specs are:
* OS: Windows 8 Pro 64-bit (host) with Windows XP and Windows 8.1
Preview 32-bit guests.
* JFW version: 14.0.6005.
* CPU: Intel Core I5 4200U, 1.6/2.6 GHz.
* RAM: 16 GB with each guests using 2 GB (Windows XP) and 3 GB
(Windows 8.1 Preview), respectively.
* Hypervisors: Hyper-V (Windows 8 Pro host), two instances of VMWare
Player (one instance per guest).
Thanks.
Cheers,
Joseph


Re: Outlook shortcuts

Charles Coe
 

Hi,

Here is a list of Outlook 2010 shortcut keys.


(Click here to go back to Microsoft Outlook Shortcuts on shortcutworld.com)


Outlook 2010 Shortcuts1. Main Outlook Features Shortcut Description
ctrl+1 Switch to Mail
ctrl+2 Switch to Calendar
ctrl+3 Switch to Contacts
ctrl+4 Switch to Tasks
ctrl+5 Switch to Notes
ctrl+6 Switch to Folder List in Navigation Pane
ctrl+7 Switch to Shortcuts
ctrl+shift+b Open Address Book
2. Messages in Main View Main Window Shortcut Description
tab/shift+tab Cycle forward / backward between screen elements (Navigation
Pane, Message List, Search, Reading Pane)
ctrl+shift+i Go to Inbox folder
ctrl+shift+o Go to Outbox folder
ctrl+y Go to another folder as specified
f3 or ctrl+e Go to Search box
ctrl+m or f9 Check for new messages
alt+arrow left / alt+arrow right Go back to previous view / forward to next
view
ctrl+n Create new message
ctrl+shift+m Create new message (from any Outlook view)
Navigation Pane Shortcut Description
arrow up / arrow down Navigate downward / navigate upward in Navigation
Pane. Press space or enter to select. Press shift+tab and/or tab to jump
between Message List and Navigation Pane
arrow left / arrow right Collapse or expand group in message list
a...z Jump to folder with letter typed. If more than one folder exists,
immediately continue typing second or third letter until reaching folder
f2 Rename folder
del Delete folder
Message List and Single Messages Shortcut Description
tab/shift+tab Cycle forward / cycle backward between Screen Elements (e.g.
Navigation Pane, Message List, Search, Reading Pane)
arrow down / arrow up Move down / move up between messages
arrow left / arrow right Collapse / expand groups (e.g. week)
shift+arrow down / shift+arrow up Select multiple adjacent messages
press and hold ctrl, arrow up/arrow down and space Select multiple
non-adjacent messages
ctrl+shift+v Move message to folder
insert Add Quick Flag to message
ctrl+shift+g Add Custom Flag to message
ctrl+alt+j Mark message as not junk
ctrl+q/ ctrl+u Mark as read or unread
ctrl+alt+m Mark for Download
ctrl+alt+u Clear Mark for Download
ctrl+shift+w Display blocked content menu. Press ctrl+shift+w, then p to
download blocked pictures/images.
alt+enter Show email properties
ctrl+shift+s Post to folder
ctrl+shift+y Copy item to folder
spacebar/ shift+spacebar Page down / page up through message text in Reading
Pane
enter Open message
ctrl+. / ctrl+, Jump to next/previous message (in single message view)
ctrl+p Print Message
Most Shortcuts work in Message List and when viewing single messages
3. Messages in Compose View Manage Messages Shortcut Description
tab Cycle between To, Cc, Subject, and Message Body
alt+m Choose From account from which to send message
alt+u Jump to subject
alt+s Send
ctrl+s or shift+f12 Save Message
f12 Save Message as
ctrl+click Jump to URI while in edit mode
ctrl+k Insert hyperlink
alt+n, then af Attach File / Insert File
Shortcuts for Formatting Text Shortcut Description
ctrl+x / ctrl+c / ctrl+v Cut/ copy/ paste
alt+o Display Format menu
ctrl+shift+p Display Font dialog box
shift+f3 Switch case between all upper, all lower, and first letter upper.
ctrl+shift+k Switch case to/from small capitals
ctrl+b Switch format to/from bold
ctrl+i Switch format to/from italic
ctrl+u Switch format to/from underline
ctrl+shift+l Add/remove bullets
ctrl+l Align left
ctrl+r Align right
ctrl+e Align center
ctrl+t/ ctrl+shift+t Increase / decrease indent
ctrl+[/ ctrl+] Increase / decrease font size (or use or ctrl+shift+;
ctrl+spacebar Clear formatting (or use ctrl+shift+z)
ctrl+shift+h Delete next word
ctrl+shift+j Stretch paragraph to fit between margins
ctrl+shift+s Apply styles
ctrl+t Create hanging indent
ctrl+shift+t Reduce hanging indent
ctrl+k Insert hyperlink
ctrl+q Remove paragraph formatting
4. Create Items Shortcut Description
ctrl+shift+a Create appointment
ctrl+shift+c Create contact
ctrl+shift+l Create distribution list
ctrl+shift+x Create fax
ctrl+shift+e Create folder
ctrl+shift+j Create Journal entry
ctrl+shift+q Create meeting request
ctrl+shift+m Create message
ctrl+shift+n Create note
ctrl+shift+h Create new Microsoft Office document
ctrl+shift+s Post to this folder
ctrl+t Post reply in this folder
ctrl+shift+p Create Search Folder
ctrl+shift+k Create task
ctrl+shift+u Create task request
5. Calendar Shortcuts Create and Manage Appointments Shortcut Description
tab / shift+tab Select next/ select previous appointment in Calendar View
ctrl+n Create new appointment (when in Calendar)
ctrl+shift+a Create new appointment (in any Outlook view)
ctrl+shift+q Create new meeting request
ctrl+g Set up recurrence for an appointment or task
tab / shift+tab Jump to next / previous input field
ctrl+f Forward an appointment or meeting
ctrl+r Reply to meeting request with message
ctrl+shift+r Reply All to meeting request with message
Calendar Views Shortcut Description
ctrl+alt+1 Switch to Day view
ctrl+alt+2 Switch to Work Week view
ctrl+alt+3 Switch to Full Week view
ctrl+alt+4 Switch to Month Week view
alt+1...0 View from 1 through 10 days
Navigate Calendar Shortcut Description
ctrl+tab or f6 Move between Calendar, TaskPad, and Folder List
tab / shift+tab Select next/ select previous appointment
arrow left / arrow right Go to previous / next day
arrow up / arrow down Go up / down in current view
home / end Go to beginning/end of current view
page up / page down Jump one page up/ one page down
shift+arrow up / shift+arrow down Day View: Extend / reduce selected time
alt+arrow down / alt+arrow up Go to same day in next / previous week
alt+page down / alt+page up Go to next or previous month
alt+home / alt+end Go to start or end of week
ctrl+g Go to date
6. Contacts Shortcuts Shortcut Description
f3 or ctrl+e Find contact or other item
f11 Enter name in Search Address Books box
shift+letter In Table or List view of contacts, go to first contact that
starts with specific letter
ctrl+a Select all contacts
ctrl+f Create new message addressed to selected contact
ctrl+j Create Journal entry for selected contact
ctrl+n Create new contact (when in Contacts)
ctrl+shift+c Create new contact (from any Outlook view)
ctrl+o or ctrl+shift+enter Open contact form for selected contact
ctrl+shift+l Create new distribution list
ctrl+p Print
f5 Update list of distribution list members
ctrl+y Go to different folder
ctrl+shift+b Open Address Book
ctrl+shift+f Use Advanced Find
ctrl+shift+. In an open contact, open next contact listed
esc Close contact
ctrl+shift+x Open Web page for selected contact (if one is included)
alt+d Open Check Address dialog box
alt+shift+1 .. 3 In contact form, under Internet, display message 1 .. 3
information
ctrl+shift+d Dial new call
7. Tasks Shortcuts Shortcut Description
alt+f2 Show or hide To-Do Bar
alt+c Accept task request
alt+d Decline task request
ctrl+e Find task or other item
ctrl+y Open Go to Folder dialog box
ctrl+n Create new task (when in Tasks)
ctrl+shift+k Create new task (from any Outlook view)
ctrl+shift+u Create new task request
ctrl+o Open selected item
ctrl+p Print selected item
ctrl+a Select all items
ctrl+d Delete selected item
ctrl+f Forward task as an attachment
shift+tab Switch between Navigation Pane, Tasks list, and To-Do Bar
ctrl+j Open selected item as Journal item
ctrl+z Undo last action
insert Flag an item or mark complete
8. Business Card View Shortcut Description
a-z One or more letters of name that card is filed under or name of field
that you are sorting by will select specific card in list
arrow up / arrow down Select previous / select next card
home / end Select first / select last card in list
page up / page down Select first card on current page / next page
arrow right / arrow left Select closest card in next / previous column
ctrl+spacebar Select or cancel selection of active card
shift+arrow up / shift+arrow down Extend selection to previous / next card
ctrl+shift+arrow up / ctrl+shift+arrow down Extend selection to previous or
next card, regardless of starting point
shift+home / shift+end Extend selection to first / last card in list
shift+page up / shift+page down Extend selection to first / last card on
previous page
tab / shift+tab Move to next / move to previous field
enter Move to next field, or add line to multiline field
shift+enter Move to previous field without leaving active card
f2 Display insertion point in active field to edit text
9. Other Outlook 2010 Shortcut Shortcut Description
ctrl+alt+s Define Send/Receive groups
shift+f9 Start send/receive for current folder, retrieving full items
(header, item, and any attachments)
ctrl+b Display Send/Receive progress when send/receive is in progress
ctrl+alt+shift+f12 Save Form Design
ctrl+shift+f11 Save Form Data
ctrl+n when on InfoPath folder. Create new InfoPath form
ctrl+shift+w Select Message InfoBar and, if available, show menu of commands

alt+f11 Open Visual Basic Editor
alt+f8 Play Macro

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com] On Behalf Of Dreamgurl
Sent: Sunday, September 01, 2013 4:31 PM
To: jfw@lists.the-jdh.com
Subject: Outlook shortcuts

Hi everyone, I have not used outlook for many years and I just started using
outlook 2010 recently. Do any of you have a good list of helpful shortcuts
that you can send to me? I looked at JAWS help and there aren't too many
shortcuts in JAWS help.

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Outlook shortcuts

Dreamgurl <jwdreamgurl3@...>
 

Hi everyone, I have not used outlook for many years and I just started
using outlook 2010 recently. Do any of you have a good list of
helpful shortcuts that you can send to me? I looked at JAWS help and
there aren't too many shortcuts in JAWS help.


Link For Voting To Return To Old Yahoo Groups Website Format

Mike B. <mb69mach1@...>
 

Hi All,

Attention Jaws users! Here is your chance to get the old Yahoo Groups
website format back. Click on the link further down to cast your vote.

I haven't seen it posted anywhere so I thought I would discuss it. Is
it just me or is the new yahoo groups interface more difficult to use
than before?

There is a way you can vote to return to the old groups. Click on the link
below, it might take a little bit for the page to load & Jaws might go
silent for a minute, dut be patient. Here is that link to cast your vote.

http://yahoo.uservoice.com/forums/209451-us-groups/suggestions/4276993-return-groups-format-to-prior-format-that-works


Take care.
Mike
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Re: JAWS 14 and Windows 8 question

Gerald Levy
 

You can find a series of audio podcasts on Windows 8 on the Blind Geek Zone audio archives page. Just scroll through the headings to find them:

http://www.blind-geek-zone.net/audio-archives-temporary/page/6/

Gerald

----- Original Message -----
From: "Kayla Weathers" <brailleprincess@gmail.com>
To: <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com>
Sent: Sunday, September 01, 2013 5:17 PM
Subject: JAWS 14 and Windows 8 question


Hi all,
I recently purchased a windows 8 computer along with ms office 13 and
JAWS 14. As someone who has used xp and ms office 2007 for the last
several years, Windows 8 is a lot different. I have attempted to
google search tips on how to use windows 8 with JAWS 14, but so far I
haven’t found anything particularly helpful. If anyone knows of any
resources detailing how to use JAWS, MS office 13, and windows 8
effectively that they could pass along I’d really appreciate it!
Thanks, Kayla

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Re: JAWS 14 and Windows 8 question

judith bron
 

Kayla, I also have a new machine and this system is a lot different from my
windows xp machine. Here are some notes I took from this list. If you have
any questions about them just drop a line. Judith


Notes on new computer
1. Auto completeing address in email Outlook doesn't do a very good
job of auto completing. What I do is to type the first few letters and then
press ctrl + K. That is the hot key for check names. If it only finds one
match, it will put it in for you. If it finds more than one, it will give
you a list to choose from. It's not a perfect solution, but it usually
works.

2. Sending an attachment

You can focus on the file in question, bring up the context menue with
applications key or shift f10, arrow down until you hear send to, right
arrow, up or down arrow until you hear mail recipient, press enter, and the
default email client will come up with the file attached. Just type in the
email address and send the email.
First, after pressing the applications key, I press n twice to reach "Send
to." It saves a fair amount of arrowing.

Second, I thought I should clarify that once you land on the "To" line and
set up the recipient, the email form is like any other in Outlook. The
difference is that MS adds automated text into the subject line and message
field. I tend to delete all that and write in my own choice of text.


1. Adding address to address book Here's a couple ways you can do
this.

The first way, is,

Press ctrl+shift+c
This will place you on a screen where you can add a contact, Use the tab key
to access the criteria, Once you've completed filling in the various fields,
Press escape key, and say yes to save.
The second way is,

1, open a message from the person whom you wish to add/reply to,

2, now shift+tab until you hear;
From: the person's name and email address; Move your left arrow to highlight
the name/email

3, press the applications key,
Up arrow and enter on,
Add to outlook contacts,


2. Since you say you're using MS Outlook (and not Outlook Express or
Windows Live Mail) then you press Ctrl +3 and you will be in the Contacts
pane. You can decide whether to have a business card view, phone list view,
or address book view. I use the detailed address book view, as it shows as a
list and not as a matrix.

Auto completion needs to be turned on.
I use Outlook 2007, so this might be different based on your version...
From the message pane do the following:
Alt + t for tools
o for options and press enter
Tab to Preferences press enter
Tab to Email Options press enter
Tab to Advanced email Options press enter Look for When sending a message
automatic name checking and check this press ok repeatedly until out.

3.

BCC field
new message ctrl+n

now press,

alt+p/b

Run dialogue
Type run into the start menu edit search box.

Some installations of Windows7 don't include the "run" command by default.

To add the Run command to the Start menu


Open Taskbar and Start Menu Properties by clicking the Start button ,
clicking Control Panel, clicking Appearance and Personalization, and then
clicking Taskbar and Start Menu.



Click the Start Menu tab, and then click Customize.



In the Customize Start Menu dialog box, scroll through the list of options
to find the Run command check box, select it, click OK, and then click OK
again.


Word Web- alt/control/b








-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com] On Behalf Of Kayla Weathers
Sent: Sunday, September 01, 2013 5:18 PM
To: jfw@lists.the-jdh.com
Subject: JAWS 14 and Windows 8 question

Hi all,
I recently purchased a windows 8 computer along with ms office 13 and JAWS
14. As someone who has used xp and ms office 2007 for the last several
years, Windows 8 is a lot different. I have attempted to google search tips
on how to use windows 8 with JAWS 14, but so far I haven't found anything
particularly helpful. If anyone knows of any resources detailing how to use
JAWS, MS office 13, and windows 8 effectively that they could pass along I'd
really appreciate it!
Thanks, Kayla

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Re: AVG

Kevin Hourigan <kevinthourigan@...>
 

Hello Judith,
Learning computers with Jaws is a huge learning curve for anyone.
Cheers Kevin H.

-----Original Message-----
From: Judith Bron
Sent: Sunday, September 01, 2013 6:54 AM
To: 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'
Subject: RE: AVG

How do you download a book from NLS? In case no one noticed I'm a real
deficient when it comes to the computer. I'm anxious to learn everything
but somehow I can never get the knowledge. I appreciate everyone's help.
Judith

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com] On Behalf Of Karen Reynolds
Sent: Sunday, September 01, 2013 9:45 AM
To: 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'
Subject: RE: AVG

Hi Ted,
I want something that more quietly does its job in the background. I finally
figured out how to turn off some of the nag ads and that seems to help. If I
download a book from NLS it has to check it out. That's just an example. I
guess I'm still getting used to this computer and Windows 7.

Karen


-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com] On Behalf Of Lisle, Ted
(CHFS DMS)
Sent: Friday, August 30, 2013 7:57 AM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: RE: AVG

No kidding? I went back to it late last year, and, aside from having a
database the size of a Manhattan phone book, I find no fault with it. What
does it do? Security Essentials, on the other hand, about which this list
raves, crippled my machine completely, and I had to have help getting it
off. One never can tell.

Ted

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com] On Behalf Of Karen Reynolds
Sent: Thursday, August 29, 2013 9:17 PM
To: 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'
Subject: AVG

I'm currently running it on Windows 7 and it seems to be heading more
towards nag ware. Does anyone have any suggestions of other antivirus
software that is free that works well with JAWS?

Karen


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JAWS 14 and Windows 8 question

Kayla Weathers <brailleprincess@...>
 

Hi all,
I recently purchased a windows 8 computer along with ms office 13 and
JAWS 14. As someone who has used xp and ms office 2007 for the last
several years, Windows 8 is a lot different. I have attempted to
google search tips on how to use windows 8 with JAWS 14, but so far I
haven’t found anything particularly helpful. If anyone knows of any
resources detailing how to use JAWS, MS office 13, and windows 8
effectively that they could pass along I’d really appreciate it!
Thanks, Kayla