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moderated Re: Firefox Is Not Responding

netbat66
 

did you turn off the internet connection as soon as you re installed it?
if you don't it will upgrade you as soon as you open it.
you have to leeve your internet connection off until you turn off automatic updates and i also turn off the background services i think its called. this is in the same advanced settings area.

-----Original Message-----
From: Annabelle Susan Morison
Sent: Wednesday, March 25, 2020 11:32 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Firefox Is Not Responding


This is rather strange, since I can run it fine on this machine with Windows XP, same version (52.6.0), but I can't seem to run it on my Windows 7 machine since February 14 of this year. Before then, it was working fine. When I reinstall it, it automatically tries updating to Firefox 60, and I don't understand why, because I've turned off updates to Firefox. Has anyone else had this happen to them?

moderated Re: reading Backblaze status with jaws2020?

Jessica D
 

 

O, I’m not familiar with how to do that?

How do you use the touch cursor?

 

Thanks,

 

Jessica

 

 

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From: Michael Mote
Sent: Wednesday, March 25, 2020 2:24 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: reading Backblaze status with jaws2020?

 

Have you tried using the touch cursor to see what may be on the screen?

 

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Jessica D
Sent: Wednesday, March 25, 2020 2:04 PM
To: Jaws user list <main@jfw.groups.io>; Groups.io <main+subscribe+97525411447636795+13888@mcbvi-l.groups.io>
Subject: reading Backblaze status with jaws2020?

 

Hi,

I’m using Backblaze to backup my computer.

I started a backup last night, and its still going now.

 

I’d like to know how to read the status, to see what’s going on.

 

It says, “pause backup” in the middle of my screen, but I’m sure there’s more info, that jaws just isn’t telling me.

 

Can someone tell me how to read this other info?

 

Thanks,

 

Jessica

 

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

 

moderated Firefox Is Not Responding

Annabelle Susan Morison
 

This is rather strange, since I can run it fine on this machine with Windows XP, same version (52.6.0), but I can't seem to run it on my Windows 7 machine since February 14 of this year. Before then, it was working fine. When I reinstall it, it automatically tries updating to Firefox 60, and I don't understand why, because I've turned off updates to Firefox. Has anyone else had this happen to them?

moderated Re: reading Backblaze status with jaws2020?

Michael Mote
 

Have you tried using the touch cursor to see what may be on the screen?

 

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Jessica D
Sent: Wednesday, March 25, 2020 2:04 PM
To: Jaws user list <main@jfw.groups.io>; Groups.io <main+subscribe+97525411447636795+13888@mcbvi-l.groups.io>
Subject: reading Backblaze status with jaws2020?

 

Hi,

I’m using Backblaze to backup my computer.

I started a backup last night, and its still going now.

 

I’d like to know how to read the status, to see what’s going on.

 

It says, “pause backup” in the middle of my screen, but I’m sure there’s more info, that jaws just isn’t telling me.

 

Can someone tell me how to read this other info?

 

Thanks,

 

Jessica

 

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

moderated reading Backblaze status with jaws2020?

Jessica D
 

Hi,

I’m using Backblaze to backup my computer.

I started a backup last night, and its still going now.

 

I’d like to know how to read the status, to see what’s going on.

 

It says, “pause backup” in the middle of my screen, but I’m sure there’s more info, that jaws just isn’t telling me.

 

Can someone tell me how to read this other info?

 

Thanks,

 

Jessica

 

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

moderated Re: Extending JAWS License to June 30

David Diamond
 

I agree.  Of course I don’t make those decisions.  Even venders give out samples and a lot of software or programs you can try it out for a week or a month and if you don’t like it, just cancel the service. 

moderated Re: Extending JAWS License to June 30

ratshtron
 

hmmm, this free license will only work till june 30 of 2020 but would be a good way to try jaws without a time limit, lol and decide if you wish to purchase a copy or not. they should do this from time to time to give people a chance to really try the software with no restrictions other than the tandum feature.


Legend has it that on Tuesday 3/24/20 02:02 PM, James Malone said:
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Hi Gerald, you answered your own question, and it was the last one. He has a older version of Jaws, and want's to get a newer version. I think he's on Jaws 15 at the moment.
I'll send him the link to the portal. Thanks.
James

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Gerald Levy via Groups.Io
Sent: Tuesday, March 24, 2020 10:05 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Extending JAWS License to June 30


Not exactly sure what you're asking. Does your client already have a JAWS license that will soon expire and so wants to extend it to June 30? Or does your client want to try JAWS for free for the first time for three months before deciding to purchase a one-year license? Or perhaps your client is currently using an older version of JAWS and wants to upgrade to JAWS 2020, in which case he should visit the following page to activate the free license which will run until June 30, at which time he can purchase a full one-year license for $90:



https://portal.freedomscientific.com/SponsoredSoftware




Gerald



On 3/24/2020 11:43 AM, James Malone wrote:
Hi Gerald, I have a client who just wants to upgrade. What would
you suggest so I can relay the info?
James

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of
Gerald Levy via Groups.Io
Sent: Tuesday, March 24, 2020 7:38 AM
To: JFW List <main@jfw.groups.io>
Subject: Extending JAWS License to June 30


If you already have a one-year JAWS license that will expire soon
and would like to extend it to June 30under the terms of the free offer, call FS at 800-444-4443and choose option 1, then option 3. Be sure to have your serial number ready and tell the agent that you would like to extend your license to June 30. The agent will update your authorization, and you will not need to visit the FS web site to obtain a new activation code. Once the agent has updated your authorization, go to the update activation dialog on the license submenu on the JAWS help menu, and go through each page to reactivate JAWS. I justdid this myself, and was able to extend my license expiration from May 6 to June 30. Hey, every little bit helps. All FS telephone agents are now working from home, so you should not have trouble getting through to someone.


Gerald
















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moderated Re: Adjusting speech rate in say all

Mario
 

to add my 2 cents to this discussion, the combination to permanently raise or lower the rate affects the overall speed (of everything), not just during a say all. sorry if this appears to be obvious to some, but just wanted to point that out.

-------- Original Message --------
From: Brian Vogel [mailto:@britechguy]
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Date: Wednesday, March 25, 2020, 11:05 AM
Subject: Adjusting speech rate in say all
From the plain-text edition of the JAWS Keystrokes document for JAWS
2018, but I haven't seen these change, ever:
Command       Keystroke  (and in this case, the keystrokes are the same
whether Desktop or Laptop keyboard layout is in use)
Increase Voice Rate During Say AllPAGE UP
Decrease Voice Rate During Say AllPAGE DOWN
Temporarily Increase Voice Rate When Not in Say AllALT+CTRL+PAGE UP
Temporarily Decrease Voice Rate When Not in Say AllALT+CTRL+PAGE DOWN
Permanently Increase Voice Rate When Not in Say AllALT+WINDOWS
Key+CTRL+PAGE UP
Permanently Decrease Voice Rate When Not in Say AllALT+WINDOWS
Key+CTRL+PAGE DOWN
--

Brian *-*Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 1909, Build 18363

*/Tolerance is the positive and cordial effort to understand another's
beliefs, practices, and habits without necessarily sharing or accepting
them./*

        ~ Joshua Liebman

moderated Re: Adjusting speech rate in say all

John Doering
 

Thanks,

 

 

John Doering
Pricing Analyst

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From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Brian Vogel
Sent: Wednesday, March 25, 2020 10:05 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Adjusting speech rate in say all

 

From the plain-text edition of the JAWS Keystrokes document for JAWS 2018, but I haven't seen these change, ever:
Command       Keystroke  (and in this case, the keystrokes are the same whether Desktop or Laptop keyboard layout is in use)

Increase Voice Rate During Say All PAGE UP

Decrease Voice Rate During Say All PAGE DOWN

Temporarily Increase Voice Rate When Not in Say All ALT+CTRL+PAGE UP

Temporarily Decrease Voice Rate When Not in Say All ALT+CTRL+PAGE DOWN

Permanently Increase Voice Rate When Not in Say All ALT+WINDOWS Key+CTRL+PAGE UP

Permanently Decrease Voice Rate When Not in Say All ALT+WINDOWS Key+CTRL+PAGE DOWN

--

Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 1909, Build 18363  

Tolerance is the positive and cordial effort to understand another's beliefs, practices, and habits without necessarily sharing or accepting them.

        ~ Joshua Liebman

moderated Re: Adjusting speech rate in say all

 

From the plain-text edition of the JAWS Keystrokes document for JAWS 2018, but I haven't seen these change, ever:
Command       Keystroke  (and in this case, the keystrokes are the same whether Desktop or Laptop keyboard layout is in use)
Increase Voice Rate During Say All PAGE UP
Decrease Voice Rate During Say All PAGE DOWN
Temporarily Increase Voice Rate When Not in Say All ALT+CTRL+PAGE UP
Temporarily Decrease Voice Rate When Not in Say All ALT+CTRL+PAGE DOWN
Permanently Increase Voice Rate When Not in Say All ALT+WINDOWS Key+CTRL+PAGE UP
Permanently Decrease Voice Rate When Not in Say All ALT+WINDOWS Key+CTRL+PAGE DOWN
--

Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 1909, Build 18363  

Tolerance is the positive and cordial effort to understand another's beliefs, practices, and habits without necessarily sharing or accepting them.

        ~ Joshua Liebman

moderated Re: Adjusting speech rate in say all

John Doering
 

Thanks ?Richard.

 

Regards,

 

 

John Doering
Pricing Analyst

Office: 4147783040 Extn:4063
Mobile:
445 S Curtis Rd West Allis, WI 53214
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From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Richard Turner
Sent: Wednesday, March 25, 2020 8:34 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Adjusting speech rate in say all

 

If you mean to adjust while reading, page down is slower and page up is faster.

HTH,

 

 

 

Richard

"There's a nap for that." - an anonymous cat in a window in Portland, Oregon.

 

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of John Doering
Sent: Wednesday, March 25, 2020 6:06 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Adjusting speech rate in say all

 

Please forgive me, but I can’t remember the key strokes to adjust the speech rate of JAWS while in say all.

Any help will be appreciated.

 

Thanks in advance,

 

John Doering
Pricing Analyst

Office: 4147783040 Extn:4063
Mobile:
445 S Curtis Rd West Allis, WI 53214
https://ibvi.org

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moderated Re: Adjusting speech rate in say all

Richard Turner
 

If you mean to adjust while reading, page down is slower and page up is faster.

HTH,

 

 

 

Richard

"There's a nap for that." - an anonymous cat in a window in Portland, Oregon.

 

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of John Doering
Sent: Wednesday, March 25, 2020 6:06 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Adjusting speech rate in say all

 

Please forgive me, but I can’t remember the key strokes to adjust the speech rate of JAWS while in say all.

Any help will be appreciated.

 

Thanks in advance,

 

John Doering
Pricing Analyst

Office: 4147783040 Extn:4063
Mobile:
445 S Curtis Rd West Allis, WI 53214
https://ibvi.org

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moderated Re: HeidiSQL

Scott Wheat
 

Hello,

 

Maria DB works just fine if you use the mysql command line interface.

HeidiSQL is a GUI front end / work bench and so far I have not had any success using it with JAWS.

I don’t know everything that can be done with HeidiSQL, but you should be able to do everything from the command line, but it is more typing  as you have to write everything rather than pointing and clicking and having the tool help you write queries, create tables etc.

 

Good luck!

 

Scott

 

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of HH. Smith Jr.
Sent: Tuesday, March 24, 2020 9:00 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: HeidiSQL

 

Hello Fellow Listers,

 

Sometime between Summer of this year and Winter 2021, I have to take a course using databases. The primary software(s) that is required to be used is Maria DB and HeidiSQL. Has anyone had any experience with either one or both? Any help will be greatly appreciated.

Thx,

moderated Adjusting speech rate in say all

John Doering
 

Please forgive me, but I can’t remember the key strokes to adjust the speech rate of JAWS while in say all.

Any help will be appreciated.

 

Thanks in advance,

 

John Doering
Pricing Analyst

Office: 4147783040 Extn:4063
Mobile:
445 S Curtis Rd West Allis, WI 53214
https://ibvi.org

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moderated Re: Getting out of the menu in docs

Ann Byrne
 

Here is a list of Google docs key strokes.

Maybe it will help?

Keyboard shortcuts for Google Docs
Below, you'll find a list of keyboard shortcuts for Google Docs.
You might also want to use access keys to navigate the application menus with your keyboard:
Open the menu that you'd like to navigate. To find menu shortcuts, expand the sections below.
Type the underlined letter in the menu item that you'd like to select.
For example, follow these steps to insert a bookmark:
Open the Insert menu:
Alt + I (Chrome on Windows/Linux)
Alt + Shift + I (Internet Explorer or Firefox on Windows/Linux)
Ctrl + Option + I (Mac)
Notice that the letter B is underlined in Bookmark. Press B to select Bookmark.
PC shortcuts
Common actions
Copy
Ctrl + C
Cut
Ctrl + X
Paste
Ctrl + V
Undo
Ctrl + Z
Redo
Ctrl + Shift + Z
Insert or edit link
Ctrl + K
Open link
Alt + Enter
Show common keyboard shortcuts
Ctrl + /
Save
Every change is automatically saved in Drive
Ctrl + S
Print
Ctrl + P
Open
Ctrl + O
Find
Ctrl + F
Find and replace
Ctrl + H
Find again
Ctrl + G
Find previous
Ctrl + Shift + G
Word count
Ctrl + Shift + C
Hide the menus (compact mode)
Ctrl + Shift + F
Insert page break
Ctrl + Enter
Search the menus
Alt + /
Alt + Shift + Z
Google Chrome: Alt + Z
Text formatting
Bold
Ctrl + B
Italicize
Ctrl + I
Underline
Ctrl + U
Strikethrough
Alt + Shift + 5
Superscript
Ctrl + .
Subscript
Ctrl + ,
Copy text formatting
Ctrl + Alt + C
Paste text formatting
Ctrl + Alt + V
Clear text formatting
Ctrl + \
Ctrl + Space
Paragraph formatting
Increase paragraph indentation
Ctrl + ]
Decrease paragraph indentation
Ctrl + [
Apply normal text style
Ctrl + Alt + 0
Apply heading style [1-6]
Ctrl + Alt + [1-6]
Left align
Ctrl + Shift + L
Center align
Ctrl + Shift + E
Right align
Ctrl + Shift + R
Justify
Ctrl + Shift + J
Numbered list
Ctrl + Shift + 7
Bulleted list
Ctrl + Shift + 8
Move paragraph up/down
Alt + Shift + Up/down arrow
Images and drawings
Resize larger
Ctrl + Alt + K
Resize larger horizontally
Ctrl + Alt + B
Resize larger vertically
Ctrl + Alt + I
Resize smaller
Ctrl + Alt + J
Resize smaller horizontally
Ctrl + Alt + W
Resize smaller vertically
Ctrl + Alt + Q
Nudge up, down, left, or right
Arrow keys
Nudge by a pixel
Shift + Arrow keys
Rotate clockwise by 15°
Alt + Right arrow
Rotate counterclockwise by 15°
Alt + Left arrow
Rotate counterclockwise by 1°
Alt + Shift + Left arrow
Rotate clockwise by 1°
Alt + Shift + Right arrow
Close drawing editor
Shift + Esc
Comments and footnotes
Insert comment
Ctrl + Alt + M
Open discussion thread
Ctrl + Alt + Shift + A
Enter current comment
holding Ctrl + Alt, press E then C
Move to next comment
holding Ctrl + Alt, press N then C
Move to previous comment
holding Ctrl + Alt, press P then C
Insert footnote
Ctrl + Alt + F
Enter current footnote
holding Ctrl + Alt, press E then F
Move to next footnote
holding Ctrl + Alt, press N then F
Move to previous footnote
holding Ctrl + Alt, press P then F
More options for comment navigation
See <https://support.google.com/docs/answer/1701647>Keyboard shortcuts for comments and discussions
Menus
Context (right-click) menu
Ctrl + Shift + X
Ctrl + Shift + \
File menu
in Google Chrome: Alt + F
other browsers: Alt + Shift + F
Edit menu
in Google Chrome: Alt + E
other browsers: Alt + Shift + E
View menu
in Google Chrome: Alt + V
other browsers: Alt + Shift + V
Insert menu
in Google Chrome: Alt + I
other browsers: Alt + Shift + I
Format menu
in Google Chrome: Alt + O
other browsers: Alt + Shift + O
Tools menu
in Google Chrome: Alt + T
other browsers: Alt + Shift + T
Table menu
in Google Chrome: Alt + B
other browsers: Alt + Shift + B
Help menu
in Google Chrome: Alt + H
other browsers: Alt + Shift + H
Accessibility menu
(present when screen reader support is enabled)
in Google Chrome: Alt + A
other browsers: Alt + Shift + A
Input Tools menu
(available in documents in non-Latin languages)
Ctrl + Alt + Shift + K
Toggle input controls
(available in documents in non-Latin languages)
Ctrl + Shift + K
Show your browser's context menu
Shift + right-click
Text selection with keyboard
Select all
Ctrl + A
Extend selection one character
Shift + Left/right arrow
Extend selection one line
Shift + Up/down arrow
Extend selection one word
Ctrl + Shift + Left/right arrow
Extend selection to the beginning of the line
Shift + Home
Extend selection to the end of the line
Shift + End
Extend selection to the beginning of the document
Ctrl + Shift + Home
Extend selection to the end of the document
Ctrl + Shift + End
Select current list item
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press E then I
Select all list items at current level
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press E then O
Text selection with mouse
Select word
Double-click
Extend selection one word at a time
Double-click + drag
Select paragraph
Triple-click
Extend selection one paragraph at a time
Triple-click + drag
Screen reader support
Enable screen reader support
<https://support.google.com/docs/answer/1632201>Learn more about using Google Docs with a screen reader
Ctrl + Alt + Z
Alt + Shift + ~
Speak selection
Ctrl + Alt + X
Speak from cursor location
Ctrl + Alt + R
Announce cursor location
holding Ctrl + Alt, press A then L
Announce formatting at cursor location
holding Ctrl + Alt, press A then F
Speak the table column and row header
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press T then H
Speak the table cell location
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press T then N
Speak the table row header
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press T then R
Speak the table column header
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press T then C
Navigation shortcuts: Google Docs has keyboard shortcuts to let you move quickly through your document or table.
Move your focus to the next item with Ctrl + Alt + N followed by another key, or move backward to the previous item with Ctrl + Alt + P followed by another key.
Move quickly around a table by pressing Ctrl + Alt + Shift + T followed by another key.
Document navigation
Move to next heading
holding Ctrl + Alt, press N then H
Move to previous heading
holding Ctrl + Alt, press P then H
Move to next heading [1-6]
holding Ctrl + Alt, press N then [1-6]
Move to previous heading [1-6]
holding Ctrl + Alt, press P then [1-6]
Move to next graphic
(image or drawing)
holding Ctrl + Alt, press N then G
Move to previous graphic
(image or drawing)
holding Ctrl + Alt, press P then G
Move to next list
holding Ctrl + Alt, press N then O
Move to previous list
holding Ctrl + Alt, press P then O
Move to next item in the current list
holding Ctrl + Alt, press N then I
Move to previous item in the current list
holding Ctrl + Alt, press P then I
Move to next link
holding Ctrl + Alt, press N then L
Move to previous link
holding Ctrl + Alt, press P then L
Move to next bookmark
holding Ctrl + Alt, press N then B
Move to previous bookmark
holding Ctrl + Alt, press P then B
Move to next formatting change
holding Ctrl + Alt, press N then W
Move to previous formatting change
holding Ctrl + Alt, press P then W
Move to the next content change in the current revision
(while using revision history)
holding Ctrl + Alt, press N then R
Move to the previous content change in the current revision
(while using revision history)
holding Ctrl + Alt, press P then R
Table navigation
Move to the start of the table
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press T then S
Move to the end of the table
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press T then D
Move to the start of the table column
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press T then I
Move to the end of the table column
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press T then K
Move to the next table column
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press T then B
Move to the previous table column
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press T then V
Move to the start of the table row
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press T then J
Move to the end of the table row
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press T then L
Move to the next table row
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press T then M
Move to the previous table row
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press T then G
Exit table
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press T then E
Move to the next table
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press N then T
Move to the previous table
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press P then T
Other navigation
Open research tool
Ctrl + Alt + Shift + I
Open revision history
Ctrl + Alt + Shift + G
Define selected word in research tool
Ctrl + Shift + Y
Page up
Page Up
Page down
Page Down
Move to next misspelling
Ctrl + '
Move to previous misspelling
Ctrl + ;
Insert or move to header
holding Ctrl + Alt, press O then H
Insert or move to footer
holding Ctrl + Alt, press O then F
Move focus to popup
(for links, bookmarks, and images)
holding Ctrl + Alt, press E then P
Open chat inside the document
Shift + Esc
Move focus out of document text
Ctrl + Alt + Shift + M
Return focus to document text
Esc
Focus containing webpage
(such as when using Docs in Google+ Hangouts)
Ctrl + Shift + Esc
Mac shortcuts
Common actions
Copy
+ C
Cut
+ X
Paste
+ V
Undo
+ Z
Redo
+ Shift + Z
Insert or edit link
+ K
Open link
Option + Enter
Show common keyboard shortcuts
+ /
Save
Every change is automatically saved in Drive
+ S
Print
+ P
Open
+ O
Find
+ F
Find and replace
+ Shift + H
Find again
+ G
Find previous
+ Shift + G
Word count
+ Shift + C
Hide the menus (compact mode)
Ctrl + Shift + F
Insert page break
+ Enter
Search the menus
Option + /
Ctrl + Option + Z
Mozilla Firefox: Ctrl + ~
Text formatting
Bold
+ B
Italicize
+ I
Underline
+ U
Strikethrough
Option + Shift + 5
Superscript
+ .
Subscript
+ ,
Copy text formatting
+ Option + C
Paste text formatting
+ Option + V
Clear text formatting
+ \
Paragraph formatting
Increase paragraph indentation
+ ]
Decrease paragraph indentation
+ [
Apply normal text style
+ Option + 0
Apply heading style [1-6]
+ Option + [1-6]
Left align
+ Shift + L
Center align
+ Shift + E
Right align
+ Shift + R
Justify
+ Shift + J
Numbered list
+ Shift + 7
Bulleted list
+ Shift + 8
Move paragraph up/down
Option + Shift + Up/down arrow
Images and drawings
Resize larger
+ Ctrl + K
Resize larger horizontally
+ Ctrl + B
Resize larger vertically
+ Ctrl + I
Resize smaller
+ Ctrl + J
Resize smaller horizontally
+ Ctrl + W
Resize smaller vertically
+ Ctrl + Q
Nudge up, down, left, or right
Arrow keys
Nudge by a pixel
Shift + Arrow keys
Rotate clockwise by 15°
Option + Right arrow
Rotate counterclockwise by 15°
Option + Left arrow
Rotate counterclockwise by 1°
Option + Shift + Left arrow
Rotate clockwise by 1°
Option + Shift + Right arrow
Close drawing editor
+ Esc
Shift + Esc
Comments and footnotes
Insert comment
+ Option + M
Open discussion thread
+ Option + Shift + A
Enter current comment
holding Ctrl + , press E then C
Move to next comment
holding Ctrl + , press N then C
Move to previous comment
holding Ctrl + , press P then C
Insert footnote
+ Option + F
Enter current footnote
holding Ctrl + , press E then F
Move to next footnote
holding Ctrl + , press N then F
Move to previous footnote
holding Ctrl + , press P then F
More options for comment navigation
See <https://support.google.com/docs/answer/1701647>Keyboard shortcuts for comments and discussions
Menus
Context (right-click) menu
+ Shift + X
File menu
Ctrl + Option + F
Edit menu
Ctrl + Option + E
View menu
Ctrl + Option + V
Insert menu
Ctrl + Option + I
Format menu
Ctrl + Option + O
Tools menu
Ctrl + Option + T
Table menu
Ctrl + Option + B
Help menu
Ctrl + Option + H
Accessibility menu
(present when screen reader support is enabled)
Ctrl + Option + A
Input Tools menu
(available in documents in non-Latin languages)
+ Option + Shift + K
Toggle input controls
(available in documents in non-Latin languages)
+ Shift + K
Show your browser's context menu
Shift + right-click
Text selection with keyboard
Select all
+ A
Extend selection one character
Shift + Left/right arrow
Extend selection one line
Shift + Up/down arrow
Extend selection to the beginning of the line
Shift + Fn + Left arrow
Extend selection to the end of the line
Shift + Fn + Right arrow
Extend selection to the beginning of the document
+ Shift + Up arrow
Extend selection to the end of the document
+ Shift + Down arrow
Select current list item
holding Ctrl + + Shift, press E then I
Select all list items at current level
holding Ctrl + + Shift, press E then O
Text selection with mouse
Select word
Double-click
Extend selection one word at a time
Double-click + drag
Select paragraph
Triple-click
Extend selection one paragraph at a time
Triple-click + drag
Screen reader support
Enable screen reader support
<https://support.google.com/docs/answer/1632201>Learn more about using Google Docs with a screen reader
Option + + Z
Speak selection
Ctrl + + X
Speak from cursor location
Ctrl + + R
Announce cursor location
holding Ctrl + , press A then L
Announce formatting at cursor location
holding Ctrl + , press A then F
Speak the table column and row header
holding Ctrl + + Shift, press T then H
Speak the table cell location
holding Ctrl + + Shift, press T then N
Speak the table row header
holding Ctrl + + Shift, press T then R
Speak the table column header
holding Ctrl + + Shift, press T then C
Navigation shortcuts: Google Docs has keyboard shortcuts to let you move quickly through your document or table.
Move your focus to the next item with Ctrl + + N followed by another key, or move backward to the previous item with Ctrl + + P followed by another key.
Move quickly around a table by pressing Ctrl + + Shift + T followed by another key.
Document navigation
Move to next heading
holding Ctrl + , press N then H
Move to previous heading
holding Ctrl + , press P then H
Move to next heading [1-6]
holding Ctrl + , press N then [1-6]
Move to previous heading [1-6]
holding Ctrl + , press P then [1-6]
Move to next media
(image or drawing)
holding Ctrl + , press N then G
Move to previous media
(image or drawing)
holding Ctrl + , press P then G
Move to next list
holding Ctrl + , press N then O
Move to previous list
holding Ctrl + , press P then O
Move to next item in the current list
holding Ctrl + , press N then I
Move to previous item in the current list
holding Ctrl + , press P then I
Move to next link
holding Ctrl + , press N then L
Move to previous link
holding Ctrl + , press P then L
Move to next bookmark
holding Ctrl + , press N then B
Move to previous bookmark
holding Ctrl + , press P then B
Move to next formatting change
holding Ctrl + , press N then W
Move to previous formatting change
holding Ctrl + , press P then W
Move to the next content change in the current revision
(while using revision history)
holding Ctrl + , press N then R
Move to the previous content change in the current revision
(while using revision history)
holding Ctrl + , press P then R
Table navigation
Move to the start of the table
holding Ctrl + + Shift, press T then S
Move to the end of the table
holding Ctrl + + Shift, press T then D
Move to the start of the table column
holding Ctrl + + Shift, press T then I
Move to the end of the table column
holding Ctrl + + Shift, press T then K
Move to the next table column
holding Ctrl + + Shift, press T then B
Move to the previous table column
holding Ctrl + + Shift, press T then V
Move to the start of the table row
holding Ctrl + + Shift, press T then J
Move to the end of the table row
holding Ctrl + + Shift, press T then L
Move to the next table row
holding Ctrl + + Shift, press T then M
Move to the previous table row
holding Ctrl + + Shift, press T then G
Exit table
holding Ctrl + + Shift, press T then E
Move to the next table
holding Ctrl + + Shift, press N then T
Move to the previous table
holding Ctrl + + Shift, press P then T
Other navigation
Open research tool
+ Option + Shift + I
Open revision history
+ Option + Ctrl + G
Define selected word in research tool
+ Shift + Y
Page up
Fn + Up arrow
Page down
Fn + Down arrow
Move to next misspelling
+ '
Move to previous misspelling
+ ;
Insert or move to header
holding Ctrl + , press O then H
Insert or move to footer
holding Ctrl + , press O then F
Move focus to popup
(for links, bookmarks, and images)
holding Ctrl + , press E then P
Open chat inside the document
Shift + Esc
Move focus out of document text
+ Option + Shift + M
Return focus to document text
Esc
Focus containing webpage
(such as when using Docs in Google+ Hangouts)
Ctrl + Shift + Esc
Chrome OS shortcuts
Common actions
Copy
Ctrl + C
Cut
Ctrl + X
Paste
Ctrl + V
Undo
Ctrl + Z
Redo
Ctrl + Shift + Z
Insert or edit link
Ctrl + K
Open link
Alt + Enter
Show common keyboard shortcuts
Ctrl + /
Save
Every change is automatically saved in Drive
Ctrl + S
Print
Ctrl + P
Open
Ctrl + O
Find
Ctrl + F
Find and replace
Ctrl + H
Find again
Ctrl + G
Find previous
Ctrl + Shift + G
Word count
Ctrl + Shift + C
Hide the menus (compact mode)
Ctrl + Shift + F
Insert page break
Ctrl + Enter
Search the menus
Alt + Z
Alt + /
Text formatting
Bold
Ctrl + B
Italicize
Ctrl + I
Underline
Ctrl + U
Strikethrough
Alt + Shift + 5
Superscript
Ctrl + .
Subscript
Ctrl + ,
Copy text formatting
Ctrl + Alt + C
Paste text formatting
Ctrl + Alt + V
Clear text formatting
Ctrl + \
Paragraph formatting
Increase paragraph indentation
Ctrl + ]
Decrease paragraph indentation
Ctrl + [
Apply normal text style
Ctrl + Alt + 0
Apply heading style [1-6]
Ctrl + Alt + [1-6]
Center align
Ctrl + Shift + E
Right align
Ctrl + Shift + R
Justify
Ctrl + Shift + J
Numbered list
Ctrl + Shift + 7
Bulleted list
Ctrl + Shift + 8
Images and drawings
Resize larger
Ctrl + Alt + K
Resize larger horizontally
Ctrl + Alt + B
Resize larger vertically
Ctrl + Alt + I
Resize smaller
Ctrl + Alt + J
Resize smaller horizontally
Ctrl + Alt + W
Resize smaller vertically
Ctrl + Alt + Q
Nudge up, down, left, or right
Arrow keys
Nudge by a pixel
Shift + Arrow keys
Rotate clockwise by 15°
Alt + Right arrow
Rotate counterclockwise by 15°
Alt + Left arrow
Rotate counterclockwise by 1°
Alt + Shift + Left arrow
Rotate clockwise by 1°
Alt + Shift + Right arrow
Close drawing editor
Ctrl + Esc
Shift + Esc
Comments
Insert comment
Ctrl + Alt + M
Open discussion thread
Ctrl + Alt + Shift + A
Enter current comment
holding Ctrl + Alt, press E then C
Move to next comment
holding Ctrl + Alt, press N then C
Move to previous comment
holding Ctrl + Alt, press P then C
Insert footnote
Ctrl + Alt + F
Enter current footnote
holding Ctrl + Alt, press E then F
Move to next footnote
holding Ctrl + Alt, press N then F
Move to previous footnote
holding Ctrl + Alt, press P then F
More options for comment navigation
See <https://support.google.com/docs/answer/1701647>Keyboard shortcuts for comments and discussions
Menus
Context (right-click) menu
Ctrl + Shift + X
File menu
Alt + F
Edit menu
Alt + E
View menu
Alt + V
Insert menu
Alt + I
Format menu
Alt + O
Tools menu
Alt + T
Table menu
Alt + B
Help menu
Alt + H
Accessibility menu
(present when screen reader support is enabled)
Alt + A
Input Tools menu
(available in documents in non-Latin languages)
Ctrl + Alt + Shift + K
Toggle input controls
(available in documents in non-Latin languages)
Ctrl + Shift + K
Text selection with keyboard
Select all
Ctrl + A
Extend selection one character
Shift + Left/right arrow
Extend selection one line
Shift + Up/down arrow
Extend selection one word
Ctrl + Shift + Left/right arrow
Extend selection to the beginning of the paragraph
Ctrl + Shift + Up arrow
Extend selection to the end of the paragraph
Ctrl + Shift + Down arrow
Select current list item
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press E then I
Select all list items at current level
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press E then O
Text selection with mouse
Select word
Double-click
Extend selection one word at a time
Double-click + drag
Select paragraph
Triple-click
Extend selection one paragraph at a time
Triple-click + drag
Screen reader support
Enable screen reader support
<https://support.google.com/docs/answer/1632201>Learn more about using Google Docs with a screen reader
Ctrl + Alt + Z
Alt + Shift + ~
Speak selection
Ctrl + Alt + X
Speak from cursor location
Ctrl + Alt + R
Announce cursor location
holding Ctrl + Alt, press A then L
Announce formatting at cursor location
holding Ctrl + Alt, press A then F
Speak the table column and row header
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press T then H
Speak the table cell location
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press T then N
Speak the table row header
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press T then R
Speak the table column header
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press T then C
Navigation shortcuts: Google Docs has keyboard shortcuts to let you move quickly through your document or table.
Move your focus to the next item with Ctrl + Alt + N followed by another key, or move backward to the previous item with Ctrl + Alt + P followed by another key.
Move quickly around a table by pressing Ctrl + Alt + Shift + T followed by another key.
Document navigation
Move to next heading
holding Ctrl + Alt, press N then H
Move to previous heading
holding Ctrl + Alt, press P then H
Move to next heading [1-6]
holding Ctrl + Alt, press N then [1-6]
Move to previous heading [1-6]
holding Ctrl + Alt, press P then [1-6]
Move to next graphic
(image or drawing)
holding Ctrl + Alt, press N then G
Move to previous graphic
(image or drawing)
holding Ctrl + Alt, press P then G
Move to next list
holding Ctrl + Alt, press N then O
Move to previous list
holding Ctrl + Alt, press P then O
Move to next item in the current list
holding Ctrl + Alt, press N then I
Move to previous item in the current list
holding Ctrl + Alt, press P then I
Move to next link
holding Ctrl + Alt, press N then L
Move to previous link
holding Ctrl + Alt, press P then L
Move to next bookmark
holding Ctrl + Alt, press N then B
Move to previous bookmark
holding Ctrl + Alt, press P then B
Move to next formatting change
holding Ctrl + Alt, press N then W
Move to previous formatting change
holding Ctrl + Alt, press P then W
Move to the next content change in the current revision
(while using revision history)
holding Ctrl + Alt, press N then R
Move to the previous content change in the current revision
(while using revision history)
holding Ctrl + Alt, press P then R
Table navigation
Move to the start of the table
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press T then S
Move to the end of the table
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press T then D
Move to the start of the table column
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press T then I
Move to the end of the table column
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press T then K
Move to the next table column
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press T then B
Move to the previous table column
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press T then V
Move to the start of the table row
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press T then J
Move to the end of the table row
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press T then L
Move to the next table row
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press T then M
Move to the previous table row
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press T then G
Exit table
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press T then E
Move to the next table
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press N then T
Move to the previous table
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press P then T
Other navigation
Open research tool
Ctrl + Alt + Shift + I
Open revision history
Ctrl + Alt + Shift + G
Define selected word in research tool
Ctrl + Shift + Y
Page up
Alt + Up arrow
Page down
Alt + Down arrow
Move to beginning of document
Ctrl + Search + Left arrow
Move to end of document
Ctrl + Search + Right arrow
Move to next misspelling
Ctrl + '
Move to previous misspelling
Ctrl + ;
Insert or move to header
holding Ctrl + Alt, press O then H
Insert or move to footer
holding Ctrl + Alt, press O then F
Move focus to popup
(for links, bookmarks, and images)
holding Ctrl + Alt, press E then P
Open chat inside the document
Shift + Esc
Move focus out of document text
Ctrl + Alt + Shift + M
Return focus to document text
Esc
Focus containing webpage
(such as when using Docs in Google+ Hangouts)
Ctrl + Shift + Esc
Android shortcuts
Common actions
Copy
Ctrl + C
Cut
Ctrl + X
Paste
Ctrl + V
Undo
Ctrl + Z
Redo
Ctrl + Shift + Z
Insert comment
Ctrl + Alt + M
Insert page break
Ctrl + Enter
Text formatting
Bold
Ctrl + B
Italicize
Ctrl + I
Underline
Ctrl + U
Strikethrough
Alt + Shift + 5
Superscript
Ctrl + .
Subscript
Ctrl + ,
Clear text formatting
Ctrl + \
Paragraph formatting
Increase paragraph indentation
Ctrl + ]
Decrease paragraph indentation
Ctrl + [
Apply normal text style
Ctrl + Alt + 0
Apply heading style [1-6]
Ctrl + Alt + [1-6]
Left align
Ctrl + Shift + L
Center align
Ctrl + Shift + E
Right align
Ctrl + Shift + R
Justify
Ctrl + Shift + J
Numbered list
Ctrl + Shift + 7
Bulleted list
Ctrl + Shift + 8
Text selection with keyboard
Select all
Ctrl + A
Extend selection one character
Shift + Left/right arrow
Extend selection one line
Shift + Up/down arrow
Extend selection one word
Ctrl + Shift + Left/right arrow
Extend selection to beginning/end of paragraph
Ctrl + Shift + Up/down arrow
Document navigation
Page up/down
Alt + Up/down arrow
Return focus to document text
Esc, Esc
Move to next heading
holding Ctrl + Alt, press N then H
Move to previous heading
holding Ctrl + Alt, press P then H
Move to next heading [1-6]
holding Ctrl + Alt, press N then [1-6]
Move to previous heading [1-6]
holding Ctrl + Alt, press P then [1-6]
Move to next list
holding Ctrl + Alt, press N then O
Move to previous list
holding Ctrl + Alt, press P then O
Move to next item in the current list
holding Ctrl + Alt, press N then I
Move to previous item in the current list
holding Ctrl + Alt, press P then I
Move to next formatting change
holding Ctrl + Alt, press N then W
Move to previous formatting change
holding Ctrl + Alt, press P then W
Table navigation
Move to the start of the table
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press T then S
Move to the end of the table
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press T then D
Move to the start of the table column
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press T then I
Move to the end of the table column
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press T then K
Move to the next table column
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press T then B
Move to the previous table column
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press T then V
Move to the start of the table row
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press T then J
Move to the end of the table row
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press T then L
Move to the next table row
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press T then M
Move to the previous table row
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press T then G
Exit table
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press T then E
Move to the next table
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press N then T
Move to the previous table
holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press P then T
iOS shortcuts
Common actions
Copy
+ C
Cut
+ X
Paste
+ V
Undo
+ Z
Redo
+ Shift + Z
Insert comment
+ Option + M
Text formatting
Bold
+ B
Italicize
+ I
Underline
+ U
Strikethrough
Option + Shift + 5
Superscript
+ .
Subscript
+ ,
Clear text formatting
+ \
Paragraph formatting
Increase paragraph indentation
+ ]
Decrease paragraph indentation
+ [
Apply normal text style
+ Option + 0
Apply heading style [1-6]
+ Option + [1-6]
Left align
+ Shift + L
Center align
+ Shift + E
Right align
+ Shift + R
Justify
+ Shift + J
Numbered list
+ Shift + 7
Bulleted list
+ Shift + 8
Move paragraph up/down
Ctrl + Shift + Up/down arrow
Text selection with keyboard
Select all
+ A
Extend selection one character
Shift + Left/right arrow
Extend selection one line
Shift + Up/down arrow
Extend selection one word
+ Shift + Left/right arrow
Extend selection to beginning/end of paragraph
+ Shift + Up/down arrow
Document navigation
Page up/down
Fn + Up/down arrow
Return focus to document text
Esc, Esc
Move to next heading
holding Ctrl + , press N then H
Move to previous heading
holding Ctrl + , press P then H
Move to next heading [1-6]
holding Ctrl + , press N then [1-6]
Move to previous heading [1-6]
holding Ctrl + , press P then [1-6]
Move to next list
holding Ctrl + , press N then O
Move to previous list
holding Ctrl + , press P then O
Move to next item in the current list
holding Ctrl + , press N then I
Move to previous item in the current list
holding Ctrl + , press P then I
Move to next formatting change
holding Ctrl + , press N then W
Move to previous formatting change
holding Ctrl + , press P then W
Table navigation
Move to the start of the table
holding Ctrl + + Shift, press T then S
Move to the end of the table
holding Ctrl + + Shift, press T then D
Move to the start of the table column
holding Ctrl + + Shift, press T then I
Move to the end of the table column
holding Ctrl + + Shift, press T then K
Move to the next table column
holding Ctrl + + Shift, press T then B
Move to the previous table column
holding Ctrl + + Shift, press T then V
Move to the start of the table row
holding Ctrl + + Shift, press T then J
Move to the end of the table row
holding Ctrl + + Shift, press T then L
Move to the next table row
holding Ctrl + + Shift, press T then M
Move to the previous table row
holding Ctrl + + Shift, press T then G
Exit table
holding Ctrl + + Shift, press T then E
Move to the next table
holding Ctrl + + Shift, press N then T
Move to the previous table
holding Ctrl + + Shift, press P then T
Some shortcuts might not work for all languages or keyboard formats.

moderated Re: Google docs navigation

Pramit
 

Hi Anna,

If the ESC does't work then try one thing as the focus might have moved back to cells rather than Menu.
Press ALT + /  now once the focus goes back to the menu press ESC.

Pramit

On Tue, Mar 24, 2020 at 10:13 PM Anna Givens <annajee82@...> wrote:
Pressing escape does not get me out of the menu



On Mar 24, 2020, at 2:04 AM, Edward Green <ergreen1981@...> wrote:


Hi Anna,

Pressing escape will return you to the document area.

Cheers,

Ed 


On 24 Mar 2020, at 05:20, Anna Givens <annajee82@...> wrote:


Thank you!!

And maybe this was in there, but didn’t see it.
When I am in the menu and want to get back to the document area to type, how do I do that. I  was told that if I select something in the menu then it automatically goes to document area. But what if I accidentally get into the menu and just need to get back to the document area?

Anna

On Mar 23, 2020, at 9:33 PM, Pramit <PRAMIT.VISION@...> wrote:


Hi Anna,

Adding shortcuts below to navigate, format, and edit through the Google docs.

To open a list of keyboard shortcuts in Google Docs, press Ctrl + /

To search the menus, press Alt + / 

Step 1: Turn on Docs screen reader support
The first time you use the Docs editors with a screen reader, you need to turn on Docs screen reader support:
1. Go to Google Docs and open a document.
2. In the Tools menu, select Accessibility settings.
3. Select Turn on screen reader support.
Optional: In your Google Account, visit Accessibility settings, then turn on Screen reader.

Below are the keyboard shortcuts that you can use:

Screen reader support
Enable screen reader support Ctrl + Alt + z
Alt + Shift + ~
Speak selection Ctrl + Alt + x
Speak from cursor location Ctrl + Alt + r
Announce cursor location holding Ctrl + Alt, press a then l
Announce formatting at cursor location holding Ctrl + Alt, press a then f
Speak the table column and row header holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press t then h
Speak the table cell location holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press t then n
Speak the table row header holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press t then r
Speak the table column header holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press t then c
Show live edits Ctrl + Alt + Shift + r

Navigation shortcuts
Two groups of shortcuts below help you move quickly through your document or table:
a. Move to the next or previous item with Ctrl + Alt + n or Ctrl + Alt + p followed by another key.
b. Move quickly around a table with Ctrl + Alt + Shift + t followed by another key.

Document navigation
Show document outline holding Ctrl + Alt, press a then h
Move to next heading holding Ctrl + Alt, press n then h
Move to previous heading holding Ctrl + Alt, press p then h
Move to next heading [1-6] holding Ctrl + Alt, press n then [1-6]
Move to previous heading [1-6] holding Ctrl + Alt, press p then [1-6]
Move to next graphic holding Ctrl + Alt, press n then g
(image or drawing)
Move to previous graphic holding Ctrl + Alt, press p then g
(image or drawing)
Move to next list holding Ctrl + Alt, press n then o
Move to previous list holding Ctrl + Alt, press p then o
Move to next item in the current list holding Ctrl + Alt, press n then i
Move to previous item in the current list holding Ctrl + Alt, press p then i
Move to next link holding Ctrl + Alt, press n then l
Move to previous link holding Ctrl + Alt, press p then l
Move to next bookmark holding Ctrl + Alt, press n then b
Move to previous bookmark holding Ctrl + Alt, press p then b
Move to next formatting change holding Ctrl + Alt, press n then w
Move to previous formatting change holding Ctrl + Alt, press p then w
Move to next edit holding Ctrl + Alt, press n then r
(while viewing revision history or new changes) Ctrl + Alt + k
Move to previous edit holding Ctrl + Alt, press p then r
(while viewing revision history or new changes) Ctrl + Alt + j
Table navigation
Move to the start of the table holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press t then s
Move to the end of the table holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press t then d
Move to the start of the table column holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press t then i
Move to the end of the table column holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press t then k
Move to the next table column holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press t then b
Move to the previous table column holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press t then v
Move to the start of the table row holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press t then j
Move to the end of the table row holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press t then l
Move to the next table row holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press t then m
Move to the previous table row holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press t then g
Exit table holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press t then e
Move to the next table holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press n then t
Move to the previous table holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press p then t
Other tools and navigation
Open revision history Ctrl + Alt + Shift + h
Open Explore tool Ctrl + Alt + Shift + i
Open spelling/grammar Ctrl + Alt + X
Open dictionary Ctrl + Shift + y
Word count Ctrl + Shift + c
Start voice typing Ctrl + Shift + s
(available in Chrome browsers)
Go to side panel Ctrl + Alt + .
Ctrl + Alt + ,
Page up Page Up
Page down Page Down
Move to next misspelling Ctrl + '
Move to previous misspelling Ctrl + ;
Insert or move to header holding Ctrl + Alt, press o then h
Insert or move to footer holding Ctrl + Alt, press o then f
Move focus to popup holding Ctrl + Alt, press e then p
(for links, bookmarks, and images)
Open chat inside the document Shift + Esc
Move focus out of editing area Ctrl + Alt + Shift + m


Link to Edit documents with JAWS below:
https://support.google.com/docs/answer/1632201  



Hope this helps

Pramit



 

On Tue, Mar 24, 2020 at 5:33 AM Anna Givens <annajee82@...> wrote:
Never used google docs on the computer before.
I am using windows 10 with jaws (I think 2017) on my laptop, and in google chrome. When google docs is open in chrome, how do I go to a blank new document?

Or how do I navigate from main page?
Like google docs was open in chrome and I pushed ctr plus Homero go to beginning of page and it did not say anything, then I pushed “h” for heading and it said nothing, then pushed tab and it said nothing then pushed down arrow and it said nothing. I got it to go to recent documents by pushing I think it was down arrow multiple times and it finally said something but I had to end up going to a recent document, opening it and going to file menu to open a new one.

Anna


moderated Re: Extending JAWS License to June 30

David Diamond
 

I would encourage him to take advantage of this offer and if at all possible to get the 1 year subscription, unless he lives in Canada.  I phoned today to check up on the cost to continue my SMA to 2022.  The cost I was quoted was $350 for a 2 year extension.  Even with the exchange rate on $90 U S, that comes no where near $350.  I suspect like some of the Amazon reps after 10 PM at night, this man had his mind somewhere else even though it was just 2 PM in the afternoon.  I guess this is the cost of people working from their homes now, till this virus runs its course. 

moderated Re: Extending JAWS License to June 30

Jim Weiss
 

Don,
Do you currently have an active JAWS 2020 license? If yes, is it’s expiration date after 6/30/2020?
If you answered “no” to either question I would call FS at 800-444-4443. I had an expired 2019 version and had no issue adding the 3 month license to my portal.
Regards,
Jim Weiss
jimweiss72@...



“Therefore, my dear brothers and sisters, stand firm. Let nothing move you. Always give yourselves fully to the work of the Lord, because you know that your labor in the Lord is not in vain.” | 1 Cor. 15:58

On Mar 24, 2020, at 10:23 PM, Don Risavy, Jr. <djrisavyjr@...> wrote:

What email address does someone need to use in order to take advantage of this offer as tried myself to sig into the portal and used one of my personal email addresses and filled out the rest needed and was turned down and or didn't qualify for the free three month extension.
Thanks.


-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of James Malone
Sent: March 24, 2020 3:03 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Extending JAWS License to June 30

Hi Gerald, you answered your own question, and it was the last one. He has a older version of Jaws, and want's to get a newer version. I think he's on Jaws 15 at the moment.
I'll send him the link to the portal. Thanks.
James

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Gerald Levy via Groups.Io
Sent: Tuesday, March 24, 2020 10:05 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Extending JAWS License to June 30


Not exactly sure what you're asking. Does your client already have a JAWS license that will soon expire and so wants to extend it to June 30? Or does your client want to try JAWS for free for the first time for three months before deciding to purchase a one-year license? Or perhaps your client is currently using an older version of JAWS and wants to upgrade to JAWS 2020, in which case he should visit the following page to activate the free license which will run until June 30, at which time he can purchase a full one-year license for $90:



https://portal.freedomscientific.com/SponsoredSoftware




Gerald



On 3/24/2020 11:43 AM, James Malone wrote:
Hi Gerald, I have a client who just wants to upgrade. What would you suggest so I can relay the info?
James

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Subject: Extending JAWS License to June 30


If you already have a one-year JAWS license that will expire soon and would like to extend it to June 30under the terms of the free offer, call FS at 800-444-4443and choose option 1, then option 3. Be sure to have your serial number ready and tell the agent that you would like to extend your license to June 30. The agent will update your authorization, and you will not need to visit the FS web site to obtain a new activation code. Once the agent has updated your authorization, go to the update activation dialog on the license submenu on the JAWS help menu, and go through each page to reactivate JAWS. I justdid this myself, and was able to extend my license expiration from May 6 to June 30. Hey, every little bit helps. All FS telephone agents are now working from home, so you should not have trouble getting through to someone.


Gerald





















moderated Re: Getting out of the menu in docs

Bill White
 

Hi, Anna Try Function key 6 (F6 a couple of times. This usually works when navigating between panes in a program.

Bill White
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Subject: Getting out of the menu in docs

Still wondering why when I’m google docs, if I am in the menu but don’t want to select anything, but just want to get back to the document area, why doesn’t pressing escape do anything, and what should I do??

I have also tried taking through the menu (which I would hate to have to do every time) but that didn’t get me back to the document area.

Also tried alt tab to go to other window and then back and that didn’t do anything.

Also tried f5 to refresh page (although I don’t think it was an issue with the page, but who knows) but that didn’t do anything!

Any ideas would be appreciated!

Be well,
Anna

moderated Getting out of the menu in docs

Anna Givens
 

Still wondering why when I’m google docs, if I am in the menu but don’t want to select anything, but just want to get back to the document area, why doesn’t pressing escape do anything, and what should I do??

I have also tried taking through the menu (which I would hate to have to do every time) but that didn’t get me back to the document area.

Also tried alt tab to go to other window and then back and that didn’t do anything.

Also tried f5 to refresh page (although I don’t think it was an issue with the page, but who knows) but that didn’t do anything!

Any ideas would be appreciated!

Be well,
Anna