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Re: How To Get Rid Of Get Windows 10 Message

Mario
 

thanks Brian, so, it's a little simpler. thank goodness.
concerning step 1, is the built in backup utility sufficient?

On 2/2/2016 3:16 PM, Brian Vogel wrote:
Mario,

No. Reserving a copy of Win10 originally was about having
the entire set of necessary files (or most of 'em, anyway) be downloaded
to your machine ahead of time so you could do the update process with
less wait time. Now Microsoft seems to be doing that as a part of GWX
by default, angering any number of people who think it's a conspiracy of
some sort.

If you have a Windows 7 or Windows 8/8.1 computer no product
key is necessary and none is sent to you afterward. The upgrade process
itself activates your copy of Windows 10 on the machine and it's
licensing key.

What I recommend as the "safe upgrade procedure" is as follows:

1. Make a full backup of your existing user data and full OS system
image of your Windows 7 or Windows 8 system using the backup software of
your choice. In the event of something catastrophic occurring, which is
unlikely, this is the easiest way to recover your existing system.

2. Run the Windows 10 Upgrade process. I suggest doing it either from
GWX or from the "Upgrade this PC Now" option on the media creation tool
page if your intention is to upgrade the PC you're currently on. If you
really must have the Win10 ISO burned to disc or on USB, then follow the
instructions regarding downloading it for upgrading PCs other than the
one you're on. If you go that route you'll also need to go into BIOS or
use the Boot Order panel to make your computer boot from the media you
created to do the upgrade.

a. IF your system was a "well used" system, and
particularly a well-used Windows 7 system (or even just a Windows 7
system, if you want to be anal-retentive about it) then immediately go
to the Update & Security Settings, Recovery Pane and do a "Reset this
PC" via the button. This forces a full refresh of the Win10 operating
system. Use the "Keep my files" option, at least initially.

b. If you have a Win8.1 system, you can probably skip what
was done in step 'a' for a Windows 7 system. If you notice that you're
having irregularities within the first couple of days I'd give a Reset
install a try then, but only if something weird appears to be happening.

3. Take the time to go through the Privacy Settings, all panes, to set
things up as you'd like as far as device access and data gathering. I
have shut down a lot of default access, but left system health reporting
at "full" and there is not much traffic from that.

4. If you are on an internet connection that has data caps and/or peak
and off peak usage periods and billing, definitely take the time open
the Network & Internet Settings, WiFi Pane (which happens to be the
default when N&I Settings open), then click on the WiFi connection
(probably that you're currently connected to). Then scroll down below
the list of WiFi connections to find the "Advanced Options" link. Be
certain to throw the Metered Connections switch/toggle (I can't remember
how JAWS announces it, because it's a new concept, maybe as a checkbox.
It behaves the same way) to "ON." This prevents Windows Updates from
automatically downloading via this particular internet connection
without your express permission to do so. Otherwise, leave this set to
"OFF" so that Windows Updates remain fully automatic. Also, in the
Advanced Options is a switch/toggle entitled "Make this PC
Discoverable." This serves the same purpose as the old "What type of
network is this? Home/Work/Public" stuff did in Windows 7. Since both
Home and Work networks in the old system made the computer discoverable
by other Windows machines on the same network, that split has been
eliminated. If you switch Discoverable to ON your computer is visible
to others on the network and can share like you may have done in the
past. If it's OFF it's the same as the former "Public" choice, and your
machine is visible via WIndows to no other machine on the network.

5. Set up Cortana to your liking. I absolutely hate having Web results
returned as parts of a Windows search, so I turned the "Search Online
and include Web Results" setting off. I had no intention of using the
digital assistant feature to interact with Cortana verbally, so I turned
off the "Cortana can give you suggestions, reminders, ideas, alerts, and
more" setting OFF, too. The digital assistant feature is quite
remarkable, and I've played with it when setting up machines for others,
but I know I won't use it. I also hate the fact that Cortana is stapped
to Bing as far as searching for web results because I've just never
warmed to Bing and won't at this point.

Brian


Re: How Can Sighted People Tell Where I Am At on a Screen in JAWS?

Lisle, Ted (CHFS DMS)
 

I think it’s usually turned on by default.

 

From: Bill White [mailto:billwhite92701@...]
Sent: Saturday, January 30, 2016 10:16 AM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: How Can Sighted People Tell Where I Am At on a Screen in JAWS?

 

Another setting which will assist sighted people to know where JAWS is on the screen is "Show Virtual Viewer On Screen". This setting is in the Basics menu of JAWS options.

Bill White billwhite92701@...

----- Original Message -----

Sent: Saturday, January 30, 2016 6:48 AM

Subject: How Can Sighted People Tell Where I Am At on a Screen in JAWS?

 

Hi!

 

From time to time, especially on the Internet, I will ask a sighted person to look at something with me.  They always say that although they can of course hear what JAWS is reading, they cannot see where on the screen this is.  Sometimes, somehow perhaps related, JAWS might even be reading something that is really not even visible on the screen; like scrolling is not happening.

 

Is there some way or JAWS option to show exactly where on the screen JAWS is?  Ideally, this would be something readily visible so sighted people could see where I am at on the screen.  Additionally, ideally the screen would scroll along with the application (like a webpage).

 

Thanks,

Richard



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Re: How To Get Rid Of Get Windows 10 Message

Londa Peterson
 

 Once the upgrade is done, it is also a good idea to uninstall JAWS and then reinstall it. Also, if you're upgrading from Windows 7, run the tool on the Freedom Scientific website that removes old versions of JAWS. This will remove the mirror drivers. These are not needed in Windows 8.1 or 10, and they will actually cause problems in win 10. Hope this helps.

 

From: Brian Vogel [mailto:britechguy@...]
Sent: Tuesday, February 02, 2016 3:17 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: How To Get Rid Of Get Windows 10 Message

 

Mario,

          No.  Reserving a copy of Win10 originally was about having the entire set of necessary files (or most of 'em, anyway) be downloaded to your machine ahead of time so you could do the update process with less wait time.  Now Microsoft seems to be doing that as a part of GWX by default, angering any number of people who think it's a conspiracy of some sort.

          If you have a Windows 7 or Windows 8/8.1 computer no product key is necessary and none is sent to you afterward.  The upgrade process itself activates your copy of Windows 10 on the machine and it's licensing key.

          What I recommend as the "safe upgrade procedure" is as follows:

1.  Make a full backup of your existing user data and full OS system image of your Windows 7 or Windows 8 system using the backup software of your choice.  In the event of something catastrophic occurring, which is unlikely, this is the easiest way to recover your existing system.

2.  Run the Windows 10 Upgrade process.  I suggest doing it either from GWX or from the "Upgrade this PC Now" option on the media creation tool page if your intention is to upgrade the PC you're currently on.  If you really must have the Win10 ISO burned to disc or on USB, then follow the instructions regarding downloading it for upgrading PCs other than the one you're on.  If you go that route you'll also need to go into BIOS or use the Boot Order panel to make your computer boot from the media you created to do the upgrade.

            a.  IF your system was a "well used" system, and particularly a well-used Windows 7 system (or even just a Windows 7 system, if you want to be anal-retentive about it) then immediately go to the Update & Security Settings, Recovery Pane and do a "Reset this PC" via the button.  This forces a full refresh of the Win10 operating system.  Use the "Keep my files" option, at least initially.

            b. If you have a Win8.1 system, you can probably skip what was done in step 'a' for a Windows 7 system.  If you notice that you're having irregularities within the first couple of days I'd give a Reset install a try then, but only if something weird appears to be happening.

3. Take the time to go through the Privacy Settings, all panes, to set things up as you'd like as far as device access and data gathering.  I have shut down a lot of default access, but left system health reporting at "full" and there is not much traffic from that.

4. If you are on an internet connection that has data caps and/or peak and off peak usage periods and billing, definitely take the time open the Network & Internet Settings, WiFi Pane (which happens to be the default when N&I Settings open), then click on the WiFi connection (probably that you're currently connected to).  Then scroll down below the list of WiFi connections to find the "Advanced Options" link.  Be certain to throw the Metered Connections switch/toggle (I can't remember how JAWS announces it, because it's a new concept, maybe as a checkbox.  It behaves the same way) to "ON."  This prevents Windows Updates from automatically downloading via this particular internet connection without your express permission to do so.  Otherwise, leave this set to "OFF" so that Windows Updates remain fully automatic.   Also, in the Advanced Options is a switch/toggle entitled "Make this PC Discoverable."  This serves the same purpose as the old "What type of network is this? Home/Work/Public" stuff did in Windows 7.  Since both Home and Work networks in the old system made the computer discoverable by other Windows machines on the same network, that split has been eliminated.  If you switch Discoverable to ON your computer is visible to others on the network and can share like you may have done in the past.  If it's OFF it's the same as the former "Public" choice, and your machine is visible via WIndows to no other machine on the network.

5.  Set up Cortana to your liking.  I absolutely hate having Web results returned as parts of a Windows search, so I turned the "Search Online and include Web Results" setting off.  I had no intention of using the digital assistant feature to interact with Cortana verbally, so I turned off the "Cortana can give you suggestions, reminders, ideas, alerts, and more" setting OFF, too.  The digital assistant feature is quite remarkable, and I've played with it when setting up machines for others, but I know I won't use it.  I also hate the fact that Cortana is stapped to Bing as far as searching for web results because I've just never warmed to Bing and won't at this point.

Brian


signatures in pdf form

Mario
 

I have a pdf form that needs to be filled in, including signatures. I am using acrobat reader dc and I am able to fillin name, address, city, state, zip, etc, but what about signatures? how can this be done?

I haven't got any idea, except to have my signature digitally scanned or photoed, cropped, and inserted, but have no idea as to successfully do this. help!


Re: Tweaking OS Settings on Windows 10

HH. Smith Jr.
 

They are all about just the same.

 

From: Brian Vogel [mailto:britechguy@...]
Sent: Tuesday, February 2, 2016 4:22 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Tweaking OS Settings on Windows 10

 

Just a quick note, but for anyone who doesn't know it the good, old fashioned Control Panel is still available on Windows 10, so if you know how to tweak a setting in Windows 7 or Windows 8 via Control Panel odds are very, very good that it will still be available in Windows 10 via Control Panel.

The new native Windows 10 Settings system app has a really nice new feature, the ability to search for a given setting using what you'd probably expect as a "normal human" as the search term(s).  I find this really handy for obscure settings I've dealt with ages ago but have no idea where I found them.  But for the really familiar things I am far more likely to just use Control Panel.

Brian

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Re: MathML and PDF files

 

Hello All,

            I actually got a reply from the Accuplacer folks today with an attachment that they claim is an accessible version of the document Pablo mentioned back in December.    I have uploaded same to my Google Drive and you can get it by clicking here if you'd like to play with it to see how accessible it actually is.

            If anyone has trouble with downloading from Google Drive and wants a copy please send me an e-mail or private message and I'd be happy to send it to you via e-mail attachment.

Brian


Re: Sending an email as a attachment?

Carolyn Arnold <4carolyna@...>
 

When I pressed Alt-W, it put me in the To field, as if I'd have pressed
Control-F.

Bye for now,

Carolyn

-----Original Message-----
From: judith bron [mailto:jbron@optonline.net]
Sent: Tuesday, February 2, 2016 2:36 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: Sending an email as a attachment?

This doesn't work with win 7.



From: Kevin Wollenweber [mailto:dancingweed@optonline.net]
Sent: Tuesday, February 02, 2016 2:22 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: Sending an email as a attachment?



If you press ALT and W, this will set up your email to forward whatever
email you are trying to forward. What will next come up is the field for
you to fill in the email address of the person to whom you are sending
the forwarded email.



I hope this helps.



Kevin


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Re: Sending an email as a attachment?

Carolyn Arnold <4carolyna@...>
 

What is the difference in pressing Alt-W and Control-F?

Bye for now,

Carolyn

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Sent: Tuesday, February 2, 2016 2:22 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: Sending an email as a attachment?

If you press ALT and W, this will set up your email to forward whatever
email you are trying to forward. What will next come up is the field for
you to fill in the email address of the person to whom you are sending
the forwarded email.



I hope this helps.



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Tweaking OS Settings on Windows 10

 

Just a quick note, but for anyone who doesn't know it the good, old fashioned Control Panel is still available on Windows 10, so if you know how to tweak a setting in Windows 7 or Windows 8 via Control Panel odds are very, very good that it will still be available in Windows 10 via Control Panel.

The new native Windows 10 Settings system app has a really nice new feature, the ability to search for a given setting using what you'd probably expect as a "normal human" as the search term(s).  I find this really handy for obscure settings I've dealt with ages ago but have no idea where I found them.  But for the really familiar things I am far more likely to just use Control Panel.

Brian


Re: How To Get Rid Of Get Windows 10 Message

 

Mario,

          No.  Reserving a copy of Win10 originally was about having the entire set of necessary files (or most of 'em, anyway) be downloaded to your machine ahead of time so you could do the update process with less wait time.  Now Microsoft seems to be doing that as a part of GWX by default, angering any number of people who think it's a conspiracy of some sort.

          If you have a Windows 7 or Windows 8/8.1 computer no product key is necessary and none is sent to you afterward.  The upgrade process itself activates your copy of Windows 10 on the machine and it's licensing key.

          What I recommend as the "safe upgrade procedure" is as follows:

1.  Make a full backup of your existing user data and full OS system image of your Windows 7 or Windows 8 system using the backup software of your choice.  In the event of something catastrophic occurring, which is unlikely, this is the easiest way to recover your existing system.

2.  Run the Windows 10 Upgrade process.  I suggest doing it either from GWX or from the "Upgrade this PC Now" option on the media creation tool page if your intention is to upgrade the PC you're currently on.  If you really must have the Win10 ISO burned to disc or on USB, then follow the instructions regarding downloading it for upgrading PCs other than the one you're on.  If you go that route you'll also need to go into BIOS or use the Boot Order panel to make your computer boot from the media you created to do the upgrade.

            a.  IF your system was a "well used" system, and particularly a well-used Windows 7 system (or even just a Windows 7 system, if you want to be anal-retentive about it) then immediately go to the Update & Security Settings, Recovery Pane and do a "Reset this PC" via the button.  This forces a full refresh of the Win10 operating system.  Use the "Keep my files" option, at least initially.

            b. If you have a Win8.1 system, you can probably skip what was done in step 'a' for a Windows 7 system.  If you notice that you're having irregularities within the first couple of days I'd give a Reset install a try then, but only if something weird appears to be happening.

3. Take the time to go through the Privacy Settings, all panes, to set things up as you'd like as far as device access and data gathering.  I have shut down a lot of default access, but left system health reporting at "full" and there is not much traffic from that.

4. If you are on an internet connection that has data caps and/or peak and off peak usage periods and billing, definitely take the time open the Network & Internet Settings, WiFi Pane (which happens to be the default when N&I Settings open), then click on the WiFi connection (probably that you're currently connected to).  Then scroll down below the list of WiFi connections to find the "Advanced Options" link.  Be certain to throw the Metered Connections switch/toggle (I can't remember how JAWS announces it, because it's a new concept, maybe as a checkbox.  It behaves the same way) to "ON."  This prevents Windows Updates from automatically downloading via this particular internet connection without your express permission to do so.  Otherwise, leave this set to "OFF" so that Windows Updates remain fully automatic.   Also, in the Advanced Options is a switch/toggle entitled "Make this PC Discoverable."  This serves the same purpose as the old "What type of network is this? Home/Work/Public" stuff did in Windows 7.  Since both Home and Work networks in the old system made the computer discoverable by other Windows machines on the same network, that split has been eliminated.  If you switch Discoverable to ON your computer is visible to others on the network and can share like you may have done in the past.  If it's OFF it's the same as the former "Public" choice, and your machine is visible via WIndows to no other machine on the network.

5.  Set up Cortana to your liking.  I absolutely hate having Web results returned as parts of a Windows search, so I turned the "Search Online and include Web Results" setting off.  I had no intention of using the digital assistant feature to interact with Cortana verbally, so I turned off the "Cortana can give you suggestions, reminders, ideas, alerts, and more" setting OFF, too.  The digital assistant feature is quite remarkable, and I've played with it when setting up machines for others, but I know I won't use it.  I also hate the fact that Cortana is stapped to Bing as far as searching for web results because I've just never warmed to Bing and won't at this point.

Brian


Re: Question about JAWS and Taxes

Lauren Snyder
 

Can you do federal, state and city on this program? Also, does it allow you to do itemized? I thought of doing it myself this year as the volunteer organization I went to last year messed me up and I am having to communicate with the IRS a lot.

 

 

Sincerely,

 

Lauren

 

From: Dave Carlson [mailto:dgcarlson@...]
Sent: Tuesday, February 2, 2016 12:56 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: Question about JAWS and Taxes

 

VTaxacts

Dave Carlson

Sent from my iPhone


On Feb 2, 2016, at 09:45, Walker, Michael E <michael.e.walker3@...> wrote:

Hi,

 

What have you found to be the most accessible program for filing income taxes with JAWS?

 

Thank you,

Mike


Re: Download Sound In Internet Explorer

Kimber Gardner
 

Thanks for that tip about the asterisk representing the download
sound. I've been through that list of system events at least a half
dozen times and couldn't figure it out.

Kimber

On 2/2/16, HH. Smith Jr. <teos1@islands.vi> wrote:
Hi Guys,



Here are some directions for changing your sound scheme in Windows10. I
found these directions in my library from March of

2013. I tested it on Windows10 and the instructions are still true. These
instructions will also allow to import, export, and modify current sound
scheme. Oh by the way, the download complete sound is represented by the
asterisk in the list of events. It is the second one down from the Windows
open event.



Importing and exporting whole sound schemes

becomes handy if you want to apply your schemes to different computers or
setup your system anew and don’t want to copy the whole Windows theme. Doing
so proves trickier as one might think though, since sound schemes are not
saved as some kind of file or package as one might think.

First off, to create a custom sound scheme, head to the Control Panel and
open the Hardware and Sound Options. In the Sound menu, click on Change
system sounds. Leave the applied scheme as it is and instead change its
components by selecting one of the listed items and browsing for a new sound
file, which has to be in the .wav format. For simplicity’s sake, put all
your custom sound files into the C:\Windows\Media folder prior to setting
them since they have to be in the exact same folder on the system you import
them.

After you have applied new sounds for all the items you want to change,
click the Save as… button and give your scheme a name.

Afterwards, to export the scheme open the Windows registry – do so by
opening a Run… prompt (Windows + R) and entering regedit. In the left
registry panel, browse for the HKEY_CURRENT_USER\AppEvents key. Right-click
it and select Export to save its contents somewhere on your hard drive. Put
the exported registry file and all the custom sound files you used on a USB
key or another device to transfer the files.

After you have got the registry file as well as the sound files you used on
the other system, put the sound files in the exact same folder as they were
on the first system (if you followed this guide, it is C:\Windows\Media).
Then double-click the registry file to add the first system’s sound scheme
settings to the new one (schemes are only added, non will be removed if
there were custom schemes installed before). The sound scheme should now be
available in the Control Panel.



Note: if you just want to modify one or two events, it is best to go to
sounds in the control panel and change them without creating a whole new
sound scheme.

From: Mike B. [mailto:mb69mach1@charter.net]
Sent: Tuesday, February 2, 2016 2:04 AM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: Download Sound In Internet Explorer



Bro,



I know you're using Windows 10 so, I don't have a clue as how you assign
sounds to the different tasks. In Windows 7 it's a major pain in the a** to
get a personal sound scheme setup to your personal liking. It took me a lot
of time to get my personal scheme setup, & explaining how I got it done
would take forever especially since I added many of my own sounds.



Take care.
Mike
Global warming? Most likely caused from hot air generated by politicians!

----- Original Message -----

From: Kimsan <mailto:kimsansong@outlook.com>

To: jfw@groups.io <mailto:jfw@groups.io>

Sent: Monday, February 01, 2016 9:24 PM

Subject: Re: Download Sound In Internet Explorer



Ok, bro.



We got sounds turned on so now how do we get sounds for the different events
to occur.



Work your magic for the list hoo deennie!



From: Mike B. [mailto:mb69mach1@charter.net]
Sent: Monday, February 1, 2016 3:29 PM
To: jfw@groups.io <mailto:jfw@groups.io>
Subject: Re: Download Sound In Internet Explorer



Hi Jim,

I need to 1st preface these steps by stating that I'm running Windows 7 Pro
64 bit, IE11, & Jaws 16 & 17, but IE11 should be the same in Windows 8:



You might not have sounds turned on so, therefore you won't hear it or, the
sound might be 1 that's hard to hear. So, you assign a different sound to
the,
Notify task in your Sound Scheme. Below are steps on turning on sounds.

To get sounds In IE11:



With IE11 open, press ,control + J, to open the View Downloads dialog. Tab
to the options link, press the spacebar, tab and when you hear notify
me when download is complete, hit spacebar to check the checkbox. tab to &
Okay the choice. If the, control + J, keystroke doesn't work, try pressing,
Alt + T, to open the tools menu, arrow down to, View Downloads, & press
enter to open the View Downloads dialog.

In Internet Explorer 11 there is the option of playing system sounds, These
sounds include a sound to Notify you when your downloads are complete
By default the system sounds & Notify when download is complete options are
off. To turn them on:
1. On the tools menu, choose internet options.

2. In the dialog ctrl+tab until you get to the advanced page.

3. In the settings tree view, in the accessibility group, there's the item
play system sounds-off. You can quickly move to this by pressing the letter
p. Press spacebar, and the item changes to play system sounds-on.

4. Now press the letter, N, to, Notify when downloads complete-OFF. Press
the spacebar to toggle this to, ON.



5. press enter to press the default ok button to save your changes & close
Tools / Options.

Take care.
Mike
Global warming? Most likely caused from hot air generated by politicians!

----- Original Message -----

From: Bill White <mailto:billwhite92701@dslextreme.com>

To: jfw@groups.io <mailto:jfw@groups.io>

Sent: Monday, February 01, 2016 1:56 PM

Subject: Re: Download Sound In Internet Explorer



Hi, Jim. If you go to Internet Explorer Options, go to the Advanced
settings, you will be able to tab to a tree view. Once you get to this tree
view, arrow down to an entry which says something like:



System Sounds On

or

System Sounds Off



If it says System Sounds Off, Press the space bar to turn them on, tab to
Apply, then tab to OK and press the Enter key.



Hope this helps you.



Bill White billwhite92701@dslextreme.com
<mailto:billwhite92701@dslextreme.com>

----- Original Message -----

From: HAMILTON <mailto:jim.hamilton@rogers.com>

To: jfw@groups.io <mailto:jfw@groups.io>

Sent: Monday, February 01, 2016 9:52 AM

Subject: Re: Download Sound In Internet Explorer



HI: Using Windows 8.1 and JAWS 17: To turn on sounds in IE 11, I tried both
methods, 1) going to the "advance" tab under "options" when in IE11, and 2)
pressing ctrl+j when IE11 first opens. In neither instance did I find
anything about "sound". Please be more specific; or, tell me what I may be
doing wrong. Thanks. Jim H



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Re: Sending an email as a attachment?

 

Carliss,

           As you've seen from a lot of the responses most of the time the impulse is just to forward the message itself, but I know that's not what you're looking to do.  Forwarding a message as an attachment allows the recipient of that message to essentially treat it as though it were sent directly to them without the intermediate forward from you.

           This help page from the Department of Agricultural Sciences at Penn State entitled, How to Use Outlook 2007's Forward as Attachment, gives you exactly the information you're looking for.  I have no doubt that the necessary JAWS access elements will be obvious to you and, if not, toss out those questions next.

Brian


Re: Sending an email as a attachment?

judith bron
 

This doesn’t work with win 7.

 

From: Kevin Wollenweber [mailto:dancingweed@...]
Sent: Tuesday, February 02, 2016 2:22 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: Sending an email as a attachment?

 

If you press ALT and W, this will set up your email to forward whatever email you are trying to forward.  What will next come up is the field for you to fill in the email address of the person to whom you are sending the forwarded email.

 

I hope this helps.

 

Kevin

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Re: Sending an email as a attachment?

Bill White <billwhite92701@...>
 

A forward is not an attachment. An attachment is a separate file which you can save on your computer, outside of the email client you are using.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, February 02, 2016 11:22 AM
Subject: Re: Sending an email as a attachment?

If you press ALT and W, this will set up your email to forward whatever email you are trying to forward.  What will next come up is the field for you to fill in the email address of the person to whom you are sending the forwarded email.

 

I hope this helps.

 

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Re: Sending an email as a attachment?

Kevin Wollenweber <dancingweed@...>
 

If you press ALT and W, this will set up your email to forward whatever email you are trying to forward.  What will next come up is the field for you to fill in the email address of the person to whom you are sending the forwarded email.

 

I hope this helps.

 

Kevin

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Re: How To Get Rid Of Get Windows 10 Message

Mario
 

Brian, doesn't one have to reserve their copy before making the ISO? I heard something about receiving an email with some confirmation code? I've also heard that one should perform the upgrade as to get a product key, and once the upgrade has finished, the ISO can be made and a clean, fresh install will render a better experience?

On 2/2/2016 12:11 PM, Lisle, Ted (CHFS DMS) wrote:
First I’ve heard of that, thanks.

*From:*Brian Vogel [mailto:britechguy@gmail.com]
*Sent:* Thursday, January 28, 2016 6:12 PM
*To:* jfw@groups.io
*Subject:* Re: How To Get Rid Of Get Windows 10 Message

On Thu, Jan 28, 2016 at 12:58 pm, Lisle, Ted (CHFS DMS)
<ted.lisle@ky.gov <mailto:ted.lisle@ky.gov>> wrote:

I wish they had an option to furnish a disk.

If by they you're referring to Microsoft they already do this. You can
use the Microsoft Media Creation Tool
<https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10> to
download the ISO for the current build of Windows 10 at any time and
then burn the ISO to a bootable DVD or USB drive to upgrade any machine
until the end of the free upgrade period. The Download Tool link-button
on that screen gets you the software you need to get the ISO. It's then
up to you to either burn it to DVD if you intend to upgrade a machine
with an optical drive or create a bootable USB drive (4GB, minimum size
required). Rufus <http://rufus.akeo.ie/> is a good tool to easily create
a bootable USB drive.

Brian


Re: Question about JAWS and Taxes

Dennis Clark <dennis@...>
 

Hello Aaron,
When doing your own taxes, how do you handle printed forms sent to you for taxes. Each year we receive a number of 1099 forms, and as I recall, Turbo tax will ask for example, "enter the dollar amounts from lines 10, 14 and 20. I've been puzzled what I could do to use TurboTax without a reader, because I don't know in advance which of the many dollar amounts on such forms will be requested. Your advice and experience would be very appreciated.
All the best,
Dennis
 

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, February 02, 2016 10:26 AM
Subject: Re: Question about JAWS and Taxes

I have been able to complete and file my personal income taxes using the browser-based version of TurboTax for several years now. Some years I have found it to be less accessible than others, but this year I didn’t encounter any problems using JAWS/Firefox.

 

https://turbotax.intuit.com/

 

Regards,

Aaron M. Page, B.S.

EIT Accessibility Specialist

Accessible Technology Services, University of Montana

Phone: (406) 243-2082

E-mail: aaron.page@...

 

 

From: Walker, Michael E [mailto:michael.e.walker3@...]
Sent: Tuesday, February 2, 2016 10:45 AM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Question about JAWS and Taxes

 

Hi,

 

What have you found to be the most accessible program for filing income taxes with JAWS?

 

Thank you,

Mike


Re: Sending an email as an attachment?

Adrian Spratt
 

Nice, isn’t it? It’s the same method others here have explained for attaching MS Word files, so I thought I’d given it a spin. Much simpler than going through ribbons.

 

From: Kimsan [mailto:kimsansong@...]
Sent: Tuesday, February 02, 2016 2:04 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: Sending an email as an attachment?

 

Good grief, and wow!

 

That works here in 2013.

 

Over the years,I kept using the alt f/save as route.

 

Thanks Adrian.

 

From: Adrian Spratt [mailto:Adrian@...]
Sent: Tuesday, February 2, 2016 10:21 AM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: Sending an email as an attachment?

 

Carlos, I have Office 2010, but this might work in 2007 as well.

 

Place focus in the message list at the message you want to send as an attachment.

 

Press control-c for copy.

 

Go to the message field of the email to which you want to attach this message. Press control-v for paste.

 

Shift-tab once to confirm that the message is there as an attachment.

 

I just tested this method and it worked.

 

 

From: Carliss [mailto:seejesus@...]
Sent: Tuesday, February 02, 2016 1:00 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Sending an email as a attachment?

 

Lissters,

I really need help with this one.

I need to send an email as an  attachment with another email, I don't know how to do this but I think it can be done?

I'm using office Outlook 2007.

If you are out there, please help; This must go!

 

 

Carliss

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Re: Sending an email as a attachment?

judith bron
 

This is how I forward emails.  The only other solution is to select the message, paste it into a blank document, save the message in my documents and follow the instructions on sending documents as an email.

 

From: Bill White [mailto:billwhite92701@...]
Sent: Tuesday, February 02, 2016 1:52 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: Sending an email as a attachment?

 

Hi, Judith. Your instructions would not send the email as an attachment. All it would do is to forward the opened email.

----- Original Message -----

Sent: Tuesday, February 02, 2016 10:18 AM

Subject: Re: Sending an email as a attachment?

 

Open the email you want to send.

With the email open press control F.

Fill in the name of the recipient in the to field.

Tab to edit and hit alt s.  Good luck, JB

 

From: Carliss [mailto:seejesus@...]
Sent: Tuesday, February 02, 2016 1:00 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Sending an email as a attachment?

 

Lissters,

I really need help with this one.

I need to send an email as an  attachment with another email, I don't know how to do this but I think it can be done?

I'm using office Outlook 2007.

If you are out there, please help; This must go!

 

 

Carliss

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