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moderated Re: JAWS creating charts in Excel

Ann Byrne
 

Danke!

At 04:18 PM 2/3/2022, you wrote:
https:/ /support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/use-a-screen-reader-to-create-a-c
hart-and-select-a-chart-in-excel-af32b734-edfe-44df-b21e-4aa05d20b03b


moderated Re: I need help using acrobat reader.

Curtis Chong
 

Greetings:

 

In my experience, Acrobat Reader is still the best program to read PDF documents. Unfortunately, when you install a brand new copy, there are a few setup tasks that you must do to get it to work properly with a screen reader like JAWS. The steps are pretty much the same as they have been since we first started using this software. The most important item is to ensure the entire document is always loaded into memory—even the very large documents. Open the Edit menu, arrow up to Accessibility and open the submenu.

 

Another thing to keep in mind is that Microsoft Edge tries to make itself the default PDF reader. This works sometimes for PDF files containing readable text. But for those files with scanned text, JAWS’ Convenient OCR will not work if the file is opened in Microsoft Edge.

 

Warmly,

 

Curtis Chong

 

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Jim Rawls
Sent: Friday, February 04, 2022 12:44 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: I need help using acrobat reader.

 

Hi all, first of all, how do I set it up, and second how do I set it up like I used to bee able to do? I haven’t used it in a long time. You used to be able to set it up easily, but I don’t see how to do that now. Is there  another program that will read PDF files? Will jaws do that now? Help please. I am using jaws 2022and windows ten. Jim  


moderated Re: JAWS creating charts in Excel

Ann Byrne
 

Awesome, David, thank you so much. I have used your Word book in my teaching, and am really excited that you apparently have an Excel book going to happen.

thank you for the researching and the writing and the many, many hours!

Ann


moderated I need help using acrobat reader.

Jim Rawls
 

Hi all, first of all, how do I set it up, and second how do I set it up like I used to bee able to do? I haven’t used it in a long time. You used to be able to set it up easily, but I don’t see how to do that now. Is there  another program that will read PDF files? Will jaws do that now? Help please. I am using jaws 2022and windows ten. Jim  


moderated Re: JAWS creating charts in Excel

David Kingsbury
 

Hi Ann,

You create charts in Excel and JAWS has a great tool for accessing them. See the excerpt below from my soon to be released book. The example assumes you have access to a practice file that you do not have. But just try it out with a small data range of your own with a few data labels down column A and corresponding values next to them in column B.

Regards,

David

 

5.9.5 Creating Charts and Reading Them with JAWS

Charts are visual presentations of data that are often more effective for communicating results than tabular presentations. They are easy to create. But you might assume that they are inaccessible to screen reader users. Fortunately, JAWS has a very nice chart reading feature to make them accessible.

Among the most commonly used chart types are:

·       Pie charts: Used to represent each data item as a percentage share of a total value. Each item is represented as a slice of the pie.

·       Column charts: Typically used to compare several items in a specific range of values, such as comparing sales volumes of several retail stores. The numerical values appear as vertical columns.

·       Bar charts: Used to display the same data as column charts, but as horizontal bars instead of vertical columns.

·       Line charts: Often used to present trends over time. Monthly stock or commodity prices are examples.

I will demonstrate by creating a pie chart showing the number and percentage shares of annual tourist visits to New England from four countries. If you are using JAWS and want to try it yourself, open the practice file entitled, “New England Tourist Visits.xlsx.”

The countries are listed in cells A2 through A5. The corresponding numbers of tourist visits are listed in cells B2 through B5. The Steps for creating the pie chart are:

1.     Select the data range containing the data, in this case A2 through B5.

2.     Press the Alt key to open the Upper ribbon. If you first land on the Home tab, Right arrow once to the Insert tab.

3.     The Charts group is fairly deep into the Lower ribbon, so press Control Right arrow several times until you land on the Charts group, the first item here being the Recommended charts button.

4.     Tab several times to the Insert pie or donut chart submenu, and press Enter.

5.     You first land on the 2D pie button. This is a two-dimensional pie chart. There are several other choices here that you can arrow through, including a 3D pie chart which adds shading to give it a three-dimensional effect. We will stick with the 2D pie chart, so press Enter on that.

6.     The chart is now visible to the right of the data.

At this point, depending on your version of JAWS, sometimes it immediately begins reading the entire chart content, other times it does not. In any event, press Escape now.

To access the chart and have it read to you, press Control Shift O which brings up a list of objects. “Objects” include charts, pictures, and illustrations. After pressing Control Shift O, you will hear something like “Chart 1, chart title E2 M17,” where cell E2 is the top left cell and M17 is the bottom right cell of the range where the chart has been inserted in the worksheet. This is the default chart title.

Press Enter on it to select it (note that you must press Enter, Spacebar will not work), and JAWS will now start reading the chart’s content to you. JAWS may read the chart continuously or just the first line. If it stops reading after the first line, you can Down arrow to read it one line at a time, or you can press Insert Down arrow to read it continuously. Here’s what you will hear for this chart: “Chart Title, Description: Pie. Displays the contribution of each value to a total., legend: Series1 has 4 slices, slice 1 CATEGORY=England, value=40000, contributes 27 percent, slice 2 CATEGORY=France, value=30000, contributes 20 percent, slice 3 CATEGORY=Italy, value=20000, contributes 13 percent, slice 4 CATEGORY=Canada, value=60000, contributes 40 percent, This sheet contains only the chart.”

You can move, copy or edit charts. Let’s say you would like to change the data range where it appears visually on your worksheet. Do the following:

1.     Press Control Shift O to access the list of objects.

2.     If the pie chart is the only object in your worksheet, you land on it. If not, Down arrow to it, and press Enter to select it.

3.     Press Control X to cut it to the Clipboard.

4.     Navigate to the cell where you want its top left corner to appear and press Control V to paste it there.

You could also copy the chart by pressing Control C instead of Control X and paste it in a Word document.

Finally, you can add chart titles, X and Y axis titles, table legends, and data legends. To do this, first select the chart by pressing Control Shift O, and Enter to select it. You can then press Alt to open the Upper ribbon, and Right arrow to the Chart Layout tab of the ribbon. Here you can Tab into the Lower ribbon to Chart title, Axis titles, Legend, or Data Labels to add or change these.


moderated Re: JAWS creating charts in Excel

Richard B. McDonald
 

See the below link, under the heading "Create and Modify Charts." This is
indeed from FS, and it has some great information!

https://doccenter.freedomscientific.com/doccenter/archives/excel2016/excel20
16-l2/02_Excel2016-L2.htm

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Ann Byrne
Sent: Thursday, February 03, 2022 2:32 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: JAWS creating charts in Excel

thanks a lot. I thought I had seen something on the Freedom Scientific web
site, but if it's there it is very well hidden.
At 04:18 PM 2/3/2022, you wrote:
See the below link:

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/use-a-screen-reader-to-creat
e-a-c
hart-and-select-a-chart-in-excel-af32b734-edfe-44df-b21e-4aa05d20b03b

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Ann Byrne
Sent: Thursday, February 03, 2022 12:42 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: JAWS creating charts in Excel

Where can I find instructions for creating charts in Excel?

thanks









moderated Re: Jaws Volume

Edward Green
 

Hi Claudia

I’m not sure why it happens in the first place, but I think you can fix it by running JAWS as administrator and changing the volume in settings there. This should give you the same volume at log on and when JAWS loads once logged in.

To run JAWS as administrator, press shift+f10 on the desktop icon for JAWS and choose it from the resulting context menu.

Cheers,

Ed

On 4 February 2022 16:08:29 "Claudia" <claudiadr2013@...> wrote:

Good Morning,

Does anyone know why the Jaws volume is higher at start-up, then when the boot-up has completely finished?

I am seeing this on both my personal and work computer?  Jaws is always louder at the log-on screen.

Thanks.

 

 

Claudia

 


moderated Jaws Volume

Claudia
 

Good Morning,

Does anyone know why the Jaws volume is higher at start-up, then when the boot-up has completely finished?

I am seeing this on both my personal and work computer?  Jaws is always louder at the log-on screen.

Thanks.

 

 

Claudia

 


moderated Re: Dialog of heading list: JAWS versus NVDA

K0LNY
 


I wasn't thinking of web pages/HTML, just comparing the to for general use.
I guess I jumped to comparing the two in general, and not how they compare in HTML.
 

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, February 04, 2022 9:49 AM
Subject: Re: Dialog of heading list: JAWS versus NVDA

I can never get NVDA to read the stuff I need to hear.
I do something like move to focus with the minus key and insert 7 for review mode, but I get more information with routing Jaws to PC and at that point, the Jaws cursor is active and I can read what needs to be read.
On rare occasions I need to use the virtual cursor to read an application.
NVDA, if it can read as much as Jaws, then the layout is so weird, that a normal person would never find it intuitive.
Glenn
----- Original Message -----
From: Mark
Sent: Friday, February 04, 2022 8:00 AM
Subject: Dialog of heading list: JAWS versus NVDA

When we bring up a dialog with the list headings with JAWS, via JAWS + F6, the headings are presented in a linear list view. It's possible to use radio buttons to filter just to a particular heading level, but that is a little awkward with more key strokes. But NVDA does it differently. The dialog box contains a tree view of the headings, which means the heading structure can be folded and expanded easily.  The NVDA way seems more user-friendly in my opinion. But maybe there's a reason for the way JAWS does it that I don't know.  I'm curious what others think about the experience?


moderated Re: Dialog of heading list: JAWS versus NVDA

K0LNY
 


I can never get NVDA to read the stuff I need to hear.
I do something like move to focus with the minus key and insert 7 for review mode, but I get more information with routing Jaws to PC and at that point, the Jaws cursor is active and I can read what needs to be read.
On rare occasions I need to use the virtual cursor to read an application.
NVDA, if it can read as much as Jaws, then the layout is so weird, that a normal person would never find it intuitive.
Glenn

----- Original Message -----
From: Mark
Sent: Friday, February 04, 2022 8:00 AM
Subject: Dialog of heading list: JAWS versus NVDA

When we bring up a dialog with the list headings with JAWS, via JAWS + F6, the headings are presented in a linear list view. It's possible to use radio buttons to filter just to a particular heading level, but that is a little awkward with more key strokes. But NVDA does it differently. The dialog box contains a tree view of the headings, which means the heading structure can be folded and expanded easily.  The NVDA way seems more user-friendly in my opinion. But maybe there's a reason for the way JAWS does it that I don't know.  I'm curious what others think about the experience?


moderated Re: Dialog of heading list: JAWS versus NVDA

Chris Hill
 

Considering how few websites use headings properly, I just use the number keys and h.

CH


On 2/4/2022 08:00, Mark wrote:

When we bring up a dialog with the list headings with JAWS, via JAWS + F6, the headings are presented in a linear list view. It's possible to use radio buttons to filter just to a particular heading level, but that is a little awkward with more key strokes. But NVDA does it differently. The dialog box contains a tree view of the headings, which means the heading structure can be folded and expanded easily.  The NVDA way seems more user-friendly in my opinion. But maybe there's a reason for the way JAWS does it that I don't know.  I'm curious what others think about the experience?


moderated Dialog of heading list: JAWS versus NVDA

Mark
 

When we bring up a dialog with the list headings with JAWS, via JAWS + F6, the headings are presented in a linear list view. It's possible to use radio buttons to filter just to a particular heading level, but that is a little awkward with more key strokes. But NVDA does it differently. The dialog box contains a tree view of the headings, which means the heading structure can be folded and expanded easily.  The NVDA way seems more user-friendly in my opinion. But maybe there's a reason for the way JAWS does it that I don't know.  I'm curious what others think about the experience?


moderated google lense

Marlo Green
 

Hi

 

               Forgive me for trying everything I can to either get a job or pass this math class I am taking. I’m trying to be persistent and execute some follow-through. So my question is this, has anyone used google lens? This is located in applications, and is suppose to hover over the math question in my case.  I don’t know if it works in any other case, and it gives you not just the answer but the steps to take to get there. I am trying to learn on the hours I am available which sometimes are not the hours college tutors are available, like now at 2:45 or so in the morning. Any suggestions?

 

Marlo    


moderated Re: JAWS creating charts in Excel

Ann Byrne
 

thanks a lot. I thought I had seen something on the Freedom Scientific web site, but if it's there it is very well hidden.

At 04:18 PM 2/3/2022, you wrote:
See the below link:

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/use-a-screen-reader-to-create-a-c
hart-and-select-a-chart-in-excel-af32b734-edfe-44df-b21e-4aa05d20b03b

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Ann Byrne
Sent: Thursday, February 03, 2022 12:42 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: JAWS creating charts in Excel

Where can I find instructions for creating charts in Excel?

thanks









moderated Re: JAWS creating charts in Excel

Richard B. McDonald
 

See the below link:

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/use-a-screen-reader-to-create-a-c
hart-and-select-a-chart-in-excel-af32b734-edfe-44df-b21e-4aa05d20b03b

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Ann Byrne
Sent: Thursday, February 03, 2022 12:42 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: JAWS creating charts in Excel

Where can I find instructions for creating charts in Excel?

thanks


moderated JAWS creating charts in Excel

Ann Byrne
 

Where can I find instructions for creating charts in Excel?

thanks


moderated Re: Thanks for my math lab suggestions and question about how to drag and drop in job assessment simulator called work day

Mike B.
 

I've never run into what is being described, but will copy and paste, or cut and paste, work in these instances?
 
I use drag and drop when moving icons around on the Taskbar, but that's about it.  Here's a method that works very well.
 
From: Sieghard Weitzel
With Jaws 2021 or 2022 I can drag and drop anything at will and in seconds,
not sure why this doesn't work for you and I'm not saying drag and drop
works everywhere, but on the taskbar it works 100% of the time and it's
simply a matter of going to the icon you want to drag, pressing the Control
+ Jaws Key + NumPad Slash key combination, arrowing to where you want to
drop it and pressing the key combination again.
 
Sieghard
 

 
 
 
Stay safe and take care.  Mike.
Sent from my iBarstool

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, February 03, 2022 9:39 AM
Subject: Re: Thanks for my math lab suggestions and question about how to drag and drop in job assessment simulator called work day

I have also run into this situation with training modules I have to take for my company.  Some of them wanted you to drag and drop items which fit a certain criteria, but the items to be dragged were pictures with no accompanying words.  I too could think of no other way than to work with Aira to get through it.  Even that was quite painful, though, trying to have them help me position the mouse.

 

If anyone has any other suggestions, I would love to hear them.

 

Pam

 

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Van Lant, Robin via groups.io
Sent: Thursday, February 3, 2022 12:15 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Thanks for my math lab suggestions and question about how to drag and drop in job assessment simulator called work day

 

Marlo,

I’ll be eager to hear others’ use cases for this drag and drop. I haven’t tried it.  Where I run into drag and drop is in online learning module my employer requires.  From what I understand, the courses are created using PowerPoint and interactive elements. The other day I was taking a course and had to drag terms to the appropriate definitions on the screen. Problem was, JAWS wasn’t even reading the texts. I’m guessing there were in little text boxes. I’m assuming I could have done some sort of OCR or full screen text recognition if I only needed to read the information, but then I would have lost any sense of where the items were on the screen to click and drag.  When I was in the office, I would have a coworker just help me with this part, but now I am working from home and use the AIRA service.   The agent will take a picture of my laptop screen via my phone camera that she or he can enlarge and read the text, then they will read the options to me and guide me in clicking and dragging via a mouse.  If I weren’t behind a firewall, I could also use TeamViewer with AIRA to let them take control of my computer and do the dragging for me.  I think AIRA has a job seekers offer that will give you a set amount of free access to the service. 

 

 

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Marlo Green
Sent: Thursday, February 3, 2022 3:53 AM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Thanks for my math lab suggestions and question about how to drag and dro in job assessment simulator called work day

 

WARNING: This email originated externally. Exercise caution. Think before clicking links or opening attachments.

 

Thank you for all the suggestions concerning my math lab website!  I have applied for a job also now and have been presented with a customer service simulator which asks me to drag and drop what I would most and least likely to do in a situation. Anyone have a work-around for dragging and dropping? I know there is one and I will do more research on the Freedom website also.

 

Thanks

Marlo



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moderated Re: Thanks for my math lab suggestions and question about how to drag and drop in job assessment simulator called work day

Ekstrand, Pamela A. -ND <pamela.a.ekstrand.-nd@...>
 

I have also run into this situation with training modules I have to take for my company.  Some of them wanted you to drag and drop items which fit a certain criteria, but the items to be dragged were pictures with no accompanying words.  I too could think of no other way than to work with Aira to get through it.  Even that was quite painful, though, trying to have them help me position the mouse.

 

If anyone has any other suggestions, I would love to hear them.

 

Pam

 

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Van Lant, Robin via groups.io
Sent: Thursday, February 3, 2022 12:15 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Thanks for my math lab suggestions and question about how to drag and drop in job assessment simulator called work day

 

Marlo,

I’ll be eager to hear others’ use cases for this drag and drop. I haven’t tried it.  Where I run into drag and drop is in online learning module my employer requires.  From what I understand, the courses are created using PowerPoint and interactive elements. The other day I was taking a course and had to drag terms to the appropriate definitions on the screen. Problem was, JAWS wasn’t even reading the texts. I’m guessing there were in little text boxes. I’m assuming I could have done some sort of OCR or full screen text recognition if I only needed to read the information, but then I would have lost any sense of where the items were on the screen to click and drag.  When I was in the office, I would have a coworker just help me with this part, but now I am working from home and use the AIRA service.   The agent will take a picture of my laptop screen via my phone camera that she or he can enlarge and read the text, then they will read the options to me and guide me in clicking and dragging via a mouse.  If I weren’t behind a firewall, I could also use TeamViewer with AIRA to let them take control of my computer and do the dragging for me.  I think AIRA has a job seekers offer that will give you a set amount of free access to the service. 

 

 

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Marlo Green
Sent: Thursday, February 3, 2022 3:53 AM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Thanks for my math lab suggestions and question about how to drag and dro in job assessment simulator called work day

 

WARNING: This email originated externally. Exercise caution. Think before clicking links or opening attachments.

 

Thank you for all the suggestions concerning my math lab website!  I have applied for a job also now and have been presented with a customer service simulator which asks me to drag and drop what I would most and least likely to do in a situation. Anyone have a work-around for dragging and dropping? I know there is one and I will do more research on the Freedom website also.

 

Thanks

Marlo



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moderated Re: Thanks for my math lab suggestions and question about how to drag and drop in job assessment simulator called work day

Van Lant, Robin
 

Marlo,

I’ll be eager to hear others’ use cases for this drag and drop. I haven’t tried it.  Where I run into drag and drop is in online learning module my employer requires.  From what I understand, the courses are created using PowerPoint and interactive elements. The other day I was taking a course and had to drag terms to the appropriate definitions on the screen. Problem was, JAWS wasn’t even reading the texts. I’m guessing there were in little text boxes. I’m assuming I could have done some sort of OCR or full screen text recognition if I only needed to read the information, but then I would have lost any sense of where the items were on the screen to click and drag.  When I was in the office, I would have a coworker just help me with this part, but now I am working from home and use the AIRA service.   The agent will take a picture of my laptop screen via my phone camera that she or he can enlarge and read the text, then they will read the options to me and guide me in clicking and dragging via a mouse.  If I weren’t behind a firewall, I could also use TeamViewer with AIRA to let them take control of my computer and do the dragging for me.  I think AIRA has a job seekers offer that will give you a set amount of free access to the service. 

 

 

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Marlo Green
Sent: Thursday, February 3, 2022 3:53 AM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Thanks for my math lab suggestions and question about how to drag and dro in job assessment simulator called work day

 

WARNING: This email originated externally. Exercise caution. Think before clicking links or opening attachments.

 

Thank you for all the suggestions concerning my math lab website!  I have applied for a job also now and have been presented with a customer service simulator which asks me to drag and drop what I would most and least likely to do in a situation. Anyone have a work-around for dragging and dropping? I know there is one and I will do more research on the Freedom website also.

 

Thanks

Marlo



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moderated Re: Jaws not reading numbered or bulleted lists

musiime ralph
 

On 03/02/2022, musiime ralph <ralphmusiime@...> wrote:
I appreciate you so much

On 03/02/2022, Curtis Chong <chong.curtis@...> wrote:
Hello:

Thank you for clarifying the issue. Honestly, I don't believe this to be
a
major issue. Over the years, people have kind of gotten used to this
behavior. A lot of this is controlled by the way in which a document is
put
together. JAWS is not the culprit here. It is, rather, that most people
are
not professional document designers and are not writing for
accessibility.
Further, unless people know how to properly use styles in Word, this
problem
is not likely to be less of a problem any time soon.

Cordially,

Curtis Chong









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