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Re: Download study guide

sandy stegmayer <ssteg@...>
 

Hi Andre... have had this problem. When using JAWS cursor, move the JAWS cursor to where it says to click...Then route PC to Jaws. Sometimes, I need to return to PC cursor before it works. Good Luck... It can be frustrating
Sandy

-----Original Message-----
From: Andre Jarreau
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Subject: Download study guide

I have downloaded a study guide. I can click yes to begin the install
process. However I cannot click the accept privacy notice.

I can't see it with the PC cursor but can see it with the JAWS cursor .
Dose anyone know how to get the JAWS key to click on 'yes'? Hitting enter
does nothing.

Thanks,

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Download study guide

Andre Jarreau <andre.jarreau@...>
 

I have downloaded a study guide. I can click yes to begin the install
process. However I cannot click the accept privacy notice.

I can't see it with the PC cursor but can see it with the JAWS cursor .
Dose anyone know how to get the JAWS key to click on 'yes'? Hitting enter
does nothing.

Thanks,

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Re: Microsoft Access resources

David Maynard <dmaynard35@...>
 

Thanks

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(CHFS DMS)
Sent: Friday, March 21, 2014 11:05 AM
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Subject: RE: Microsoft Access resources

You can start with the Microsoft help documentation. It's gotten better in
recent years. As for JAWS-specific stuff, HJ can take care of most of that.
I'll bet there are after-market books available through sources like RFB&D
too.

Ted

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Sent: Friday, March 21, 2014 10:53 AM
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Subject: RE: Microsoft Access resources

Hi;

I am interested in Access2010 also. If there were any answers to the query,
I missed them.
David Maynard
Franklin NC
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Sent: Friday, March 07, 2014 9:36 AM
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Subject: Microsoft Access resources

Hi Everyone, do any of you have any Microsoft Access 2010 resources that you
can share with me? I am trying to learn MS Access 2010 by using JAWS.
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Re: Microsoft Access resources

Lisle, Ted (CHFS DMS)
 

You can start with the Microsoft help documentation. It's gotten better in recent years. As for JAWS-specific stuff, HJ can take care of most of that. I'll bet there are after-market books available through sources like RFB&D too.

Ted

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Sent: Friday, March 21, 2014 10:53 AM
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Subject: RE: Microsoft Access resources

Hi;

I am interested in Access2010 also. If there were any answers to the query, I missed them.
David Maynard
Franklin NC
dmaynard35@morrisbb.net


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Subject: Microsoft Access resources

Hi Everyone, do any of you have any Microsoft Access 2010 resources that you can share with me? I am trying to learn MS Access 2010 by using JAWS. Thank you.

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Re: Microsoft Access resources

David Maynard <dmaynard35@...>
 

Hi;

I am interested in Access2010 also. If there were any answers to the query,
I missed them.
David Maynard
Franklin NC
dmaynard35@morrisbb.net

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Sent: Friday, March 07, 2014 9:36 AM
To: jfw
Subject: Microsoft Access resources

Hi Everyone, do any of you have any Microsoft Access 2010 resources
that you can share with me? I am trying to learn MS Access 2010 by
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Re: unable to exit contact list

david <davidwhitehead1957@...>
 

There are 2 ways to access the outlook contacts.

The first way is,
Ctrl+shift+b=book,
This will land you on an search edit field, So you could type in a contact's name to search, Or, you could tab once to get into the list of contacts, Now use your arrow keys, If you would want to send a message to a particular contact while you're inside the contacts, Just arrow to the contacts name/email, Now press ctrl+n=new message, Note, the person's information, is already placed into the to field, thus, you land on the subject, If you tab, you're placed into the body of the message.
The second way to access you're contacts,
Ctrl+#3 on the numbers row,
You land inside the contacts,
Tab once to the edit field, type a contacts name,
Shift+tab, the name should be their.

Adding contact;

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,

Note, your now being placed into a screen with all the information, Name, email address, Etc.
If your satisfied with the name&email,
Just press the escape key, your being ask, if you wish to save this information, just say yes.

Hope this helps.

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Sent: Wednesday, March 19, 2014 10:29 PM
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Subject: unable to exit contact list

When I add a contact in Windows 7 I am not able to save that contact and exit. Each time I ENTER on the save contact I am taken back to the contact I’ve just entered, and round and round we go. Can anyone tell me what is happening?
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JRiver Media Center

Jean M <jemenzies@...>
 

Is anyone using JRiver Media Center with any version of Jaws? I think it is on version 19 now. The only thing I can find through Google refers to partial access under version 10, but that’s a long time ago. Would appreciate any feedback regarding accessibility of this suite.

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Re: Mozilla Firefox

Lisle, Ted (CHFS DMS)
 

Speaking of browsers, I've been flirting with the idea of trying Chrome with my Juno account, instead of IE10. I've had a lot of trouble with that account since setting up my new machine late last year; connections just aren't stable. I've read the reports on this list about Chrome and JAWS, but thought it might not make a lot of difference since, with Juno, the underlying browser is just a foundation; the interface the user sees is all Juno. Experiences I had at work a couple of years ago taught me the browser can make a big difference in Internet stability.

Ted

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Sent: Wednesday, March 19, 2014 9:56 PM
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Subject: Re: Mozilla Firefox

Latest Version of Firefox is 28.0.
Bill White billwhite92701@dslextreme.com
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I don't find that it makes much difference personally. At work I have JFW
10, and at home I have 15. They pretty much function about the same with
the latest and greatest version of Firefox, which I think is 27.

Brad


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Jaws 15 and winamp

Jim L
 

Heya folks,

Am having issues with Jaws 15 and the latest and last version of winamp but
this issues a problem on earlier versions of winamp as well and Jaws15 where
accessing the media library to burn a CD is such a pain, for example
pressing the rip button in media library for some stupid reason starts
playing the CD and then of course it can't rip the CD cause its playing,
even using the Jaws cursor has issues with pressing any of the media library
buttons. I added the old win scripts that were made for Jaws 7 they help
alittle but not much
Is anyone having this problem? And is there a fix?

Cheers,

Jim


Re: avast internet security

Jacob
 

If you're connected to net via router you have a firewall there. There is a firewall in Windows too. The Security Essentials from MS works well with screen readers. If you.re just single user you got what you need there. The paid versions maybe give you some extra features but the virus definitions is the same. If you don't plan to use the software in a company on a server based network then the free software will give you what you need. How much security do you need? No antivirus software is the best. Some is better than others but there is no guarantee even you pay or not.

OZ0TE Jacob
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On 20/03/2014 kl. 08.57 wrote "Christopher Stouton" <andrewstouton@gmail.com>:

hello, listers, My name is Christopher Stouton and I was wondering if anyone could answer a quick question for me. I need to know weather or not I can use avast internet security with jaws 15. I’m thinking about purchasing they’re internet security package as I’ve heard it’s one of the best around, but mostly from sighted people. does any one have any ideas as to what the status of accessibility with jaws and avast internet security is? if not which paid internet security program is best, because the free ones don’t look to be any good including Microsoft security essentials.
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avast internet security

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hello, listers, My name is Christopher Stouton and I was wondering if anyone could answer a quick question for me. I need to know weather or not I can use avast internet security with jaws 15. I’m thinking about purchasing they’re internet security package as I’ve heard it’s one of the best around, but mostly from sighted people. does any one have any ideas as to what the status of accessibility with jaws and avast internet security is? if not which paid internet security program is best, because the free ones don’t look to be any good including Microsoft security essentials.
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Re: Mozilla Firefox

Brad Martin
 

Ah, mine hasn't updated yet. I'm still running 27.01. It's working well, so I haven't made any changes in the past month or so. Honestly, for the most part I have better luck with it and JAWS than with Internet Explorer 11, and we're finding it works better with www.uwfreetaxes.org than IE11 for sure.

On 3/19/2014 8:56 PM, Bill White wrote:
Latest Version of Firefox is 28.0.
Bill White billwhite92701@dslextreme.com
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I don't find that it makes much difference personally. At work I have JFW 10, and at home I have 15. They pretty much function about the same with the latest and greatest version of Firefox, which I think is 27.

Brad


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Re: re attachments in outlook 2010

Stephen G. Hughes <stepheng.hughes@...>
 

Thanks that was the rfix I need and worked

Thx,

Steve

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Sent: Wednesday, March 19, 2014 3:20 PM
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Subject: RE: re attachments in outlook 2010

Alt+n and tabbing like usual works for me fine. Also, in case you didn't
know, you can also copy and paste files into an email message and they'll
show up as attachments. Same goes for when you receive an email attachment.
Just highlight and copy the file and paste it into whatever folder on your
pc you want.

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I know the steps to insert an attachment; with the latest update of jaws
doesn't want to work same way can any of you help?



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unable to exit contact list

Raymond Jantz
 

When I add a contact in Windows 7 I am not able to save that contact and exit. Each time I ENTER on the save contact I am taken back to the contact I’ve just entered, and round and round we go. Can anyone tell me what is happening?
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Re: Mozilla Firefox

Bill White <billwhite92701@...>
 

Latest Version of Firefox is 28.0.
Bill White billwhite92701@dslextreme.com

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I don't find that it makes much difference personally. At work I have JFW 10, and at home I have 15. They pretty much function about the same with the latest and greatest version of Firefox, which I think is 27.

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Re: Mozilla Firefox

Brad Martin
 

I don't find that it makes much difference personally. At work I have JFW 10, and at home I have 15. They pretty much function about the same with the latest and greatest version of Firefox, which I think is 27.

Brad

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Mozilla Firefox

Barbara Corner <bcorner@...>
 

Which version of Mozilla firefox is best to use with JAWS version 14?

Thanks!

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Re: placing bookmarks in WORD 2010 file

Ed Marquette <marquette.ed@...>
 

All absolutely correct. Nice job.
A couple of suggestions.
If you use Bookmarks a lot, as I do, before the last keystroke
that opens the Bookmark dialog box, hit the applications key
(shift f-10) instead. Then, put insert bookmark on the QAT.
I did. Now, to insert or go to a bookmark, I just press alt plus
2
Then, as you add a bookmark, after you type it in (remember no
spaces), just hit Alt plus A.

-----Original Message-----
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Kimsan
Sent: Wednesday, March 19, 2014 2:33 PM
To: 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'
Subject: RE: placing bookmarks in WORD 2010 file

Look in the insert ribbon by pressing alt n, tab to the links
option and press spacebar. Press the tab key until you land on
bookmark which should be one tab and press spacebar, name the
bookmark and finish off by tabbing to add and pressing spacebar.
You will then land back in your document, turn on quick keys, and
press B and shift b to navigate between the bookmarks.
Hth

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Subject: placing bookmarks in WORD 2010 file

Hello list,
Can anyone tell me how to place bookmarks in a WORD 2010 file with
JAWS 12?
Thanks,
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Re: re attachments in outlook 2010

Cristóbal
 

Alt+n and tabbing like usual works for me fine. Also, in case you didn't
know, you can also copy and paste files into an email message and they'll
show up as attachments. Same goes for when you receive an email attachment.
Just highlight and copy the file and paste it into whatever folder on your
pc you want.

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Hughes
Sent: Wednesday, March 19, 2014 2:30 PM
To: jfw@lists.the-jdh.com
Subject: re attachments in outlook 2010

I know the steps to insert an attachment; with the latest update of jaws
doesn't want to work same way can any of you help?



Thx,



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Re: re attachments in outlook 2010

Dale Heltzer
 

In JFW 14 at least, you can go to the folder containing the file you want
attached, Copy (CTRL-C), ALT-Tab to the body of your email, and Paste
(CTRL-V). The file will become an attachment.
HTH

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