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Re: Adding contacts in Windows10 email app

Melissa Stott <mstott69@...>
 

Thank you so much! I'm sure that I will get used to windows 10 eventually. LOL

Sent from my iPhone

On Dec 18, 2016, at 11:08 PM, Brian Vogel <britechguy@...> wrote:

Melissa,

          Contacts for Win 10 are not handled in the Mail app itself but in its partner app, People.   This has been written about multiple times on the Windows 10 for Screen Reader Users group.  Here is a link to a post written by David Moore that's a tutorial on using the Mail, People, and Calendar Apps.
--
Brian

   "Be Yourself" is the worst advice you can give to some people.

       ~ Tom Masson


Re: Adding contacts in Windows10 email app

Melissa Stott <mstott69@...>
 

Thank you so much! I'm sure that I will get used to Windows 10 eventually. LOL!

Sent from my iPhone

On Dec 18, 2016, at 11:08 PM, Brian Vogel <britechguy@...> wrote:

Melissa,

          Contacts for Win 10 are not handled in the Mail app itself but in its partner app, People.   This has been written about multiple times on the Windows 10 for Screen Reader Users group.  Here is a link to a post written by David Moore that's a tutorial on using the Mail, People, and Calendar Apps.
--
Brian

   "Be Yourself" is the worst advice you can give to some people.

       ~ Tom Masson


Re: Adding contacts in Windows10 email app

 

Melissa,

          Contacts for Win 10 are not handled in the Mail app itself but in its partner app, People.   This has been written about multiple times on the Windows 10 for Screen Reader Users group.  Here is a link to a post written by David Moore that's a tutorial on using the Mail, People, and Calendar Apps.
--
Brian

   "Be Yourself" is the worst advice you can give to some people.

       ~ Tom Masson


Adding contacts in Windows10 email app

Melissa Stott <mstott69@...>
 

Hello,

 

I am a new user of Windows10, and so far, I’m liking it!  However, I’m not too sure about the email app.  Can anyone tell me how to add contacts in email?

Thanks.

 

Melissa

 


Re: Creating a shortcut in windows 10

 

On Sun, Dec 18, 2016 at 06:00 pm, Sieghard Weitzel wrote:
the "Shell:AppsFolder" command really shows everything on your computer and you don't have to hunt around for it.

At least as far as applications of any variety go, which is why I latched on to this technique the first time I was made aware of it.  It is far easier than trying to root around for where applications might happen to be installed. 

This question has been asked many, many times on many forums and I long ago wrote up the MS-Word document that I had to copy and paste here so that I could share that information, "chapter and verse," without ever having to type it again.

I'm glad people have found it helpful.
--
Brian

   "Be Yourself" is the worst advice you can give to some people.

       ~ Tom Masson


Re: Creating a shortcut in windows 10

Jason White
 

Brian Vogel <britechguy@gmail.com> wrote:
*Adding a Desktop Shortcut Under Windows 10*

[...]
Thank you for this explanation, which is very useful and better than other
sources that I've found online.


Re: Creating a shortcut in windows 10

 

Hi Kimson,

What you describe works with shortcuts, but not if somebody wants to create a shortcut in the first place. I must say Brian's method is a very nice way to do this especially since the "Shell:AppsFolder" command really shows everything on your computer and you don't have to hunt around for it.

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Kimsan
Sent: Sunday, December 18, 2016 12:45 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Creating a shortcut in windows 10

Focus on the program, press alt enter to bring up the properties and tab two times where you will be able to press your combonation for the shortcut key. Tab to apply, press spacebar, then tab back around to the ok button and once more press spacebar.

Respectfully,
Kimsan Song
kimsansong@icloud.com

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Jed Barton
Sent: Saturday, December 17, 2016 7:51 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Creating a shortcut in windows 10

Hey guys,

Hope everyone is doing well. OK, i am trying to figure out how to create a shortcut in windows 10. I have a program that i wanna create a shortcut for. I went to the main .exe of the program, and did a shift f10, but there doesn't appear to be an option. Am i missing something?

Cheers,
Jed


Re: Creating a shortcut in windows 10

 

Hi Brian,

 

I can still just find any application like Word, Outlook, Skype or whatever I have installed by going to the C:\Programs or c:\Programs (386) folder and then right click on it, select “Sent To” and then “Shortcut to desktop”.

I am not saying your method isn’t also easy as long as one remembers the “Shell:appsfolder” command.

 

Regards,

Sieghard

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Brian Vogel
Sent: Sunday, December 18, 2016 2:14 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Creating a shortcut in windows 10

 

Adding a Desktop Shortcut Under Windows 10

This is done differently from prior versions of Windows and the technique varies depending on whether the thing you want to create the shortcut for is for file or folder versus a Windows built-in  app (e.g. Mail, People) , Store App or Installed Desktop App (e.g. MS Word, Adobe Reader, etc.).

For Installed Desktop Apps (formerly known as programs you’ve installed) or Windows Built-In Apps or Store Apps you’ve installed:

1.       This involves using a very seldom used view for applications that is most easily invoked using the Run command.  Hit Windows Key+R then enter the following, without the quotes, “shell:AppsFolder”, then hit enter.

2.       You will now get a File Explorer window that shows you nothing but all the applications that are installed on your computer whether these are Windows Built-In Apps, Store Apps you later installed, or Installed Desktop Apps.

3.      Navigate to the App for which you want the desktop shortcut and select it.  Under Windows 10 alone I am able to use the first letter of the app in question to get to its general area then keep hitting that letter and it advances to the next app starting with that same letter.  You can jump directly to the first app that starts with any letter.  If you’re a really fast typist you can start typing the name of the app itself rapidly and you should land on it, or something very near to it.  This is working for me even when the screen reader is running because it’s a Windows feature.

4.      Hit the Applications/Menu Key or Shift+F10 if your machine doesn’t have it.  This will invoke a context menu for the selected App.

5.      Either hit the letter ‘S’, which will directly invoke the “Create Shortcut” option, or arrow down until you hear “Create Shortcut” announced then hit enter.

6.      You will immediately get a dialog that tells you that, “Windows can’t create a shortcut here.  Do you want the shortcut to be placed on the desktop instead?,” to which you will, of course, answer “Yes.”

7.      You now have a shortcut on the desktop.  This shortcut will have the name of the app in question followed by a hyphen and the word shortcut.  If you’re like me you’ll want to rename that shortcut to get rid of that hyphen and the word shortcut, but this is entirely optional.

For quick access to specific files or folders you’d like on the desktop:

1.       If you happen to know where the object you want the desktop shortcut for is located, navigate to the folder that contains it, then select it.    Proceed directly to step number 4.

2.       If you don’t know the location your best bet is to use Windows Search and enter search criteria that are enough to get you a short list of possible results.  Very often what you’re looking for will be the first thing returned if you choose decent search terms.  Once you’ve found the object you wish to make the shortcut for when reviewing the results make sure you have focus on it then proceed to step 3.

3.      Hit the Applications/Menu Key if your computer has it, or Shift+F10 if it does not, and a context menu should come up.  Choose “Open file location” from this context menu.  This will open the folder that contains the program, file, or subfolder you had focus on and it will already be selected.

4.      Hit the Applications/Menu Key or Shift+F10, then do one of the following:

a.      Hit N (which invokes the Send To) option, followed immediately by D (which invokes the Desktop create shortcut option).  You’re finished.

b.      Arrow down until you hear that you have focus on the Send To option, hit enter, then in the submenu for send to arrow down until you hear “Desktop (create shortcut)” and hit enter.  You’re finished.

 

--
Brian

   "Be Yourself" is the worst advice you can give to some people.

       ~ Tom Masson


Re: Creating a shortcut in windows 10

Jed Barton
 

Hey there,
When i press alt and enter, it does nothing. I hit control escape, and arrowed down to the app that i want, went to the l.exe, hit alt enter, and nothing. Jaws spoke nothing. Any ideas?

Cheers,
Jed

On 12/18/2016 3:45 PM, Kimsan wrote:
Focus on the program, press alt enter to bring up the properties and tab two times where you will be able to press your combonation for the shortcut key. Tab to apply, press spacebar, then tab back around to the ok button and once more press spacebar.

Respectfully,
Kimsan Song
kimsansong@icloud.com

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Jed Barton
Sent: Saturday, December 17, 2016 7:51 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Creating a shortcut in windows 10

Hey guys,

Hope everyone is doing well. OK, i am trying to figure out how to create a shortcut in windows 10. I have a program that i wanna create a shortcut for. I went to the main .exe of the program, and did a shift f10, but there doesn't appear to be an option. Am i missing something?

Cheers,
Jed







Re: Creating a shortcut in windows 10

 

Adding a Desktop Shortcut Under Windows 10

This is done differently from prior versions of Windows and the technique varies depending on whether the thing you want to create the shortcut for is for file or folder versus a Windows built-in  app (e.g. Mail, People) , Store App or Installed Desktop App (e.g. MS Word, Adobe Reader, etc.).

For Installed Desktop Apps (formerly known as programs you’ve installed) or Windows Built-In Apps or Store Apps you’ve installed:

1.       This involves using a very seldom used view for applications that is most easily invoked using the Run command.  Hit Windows Key+R then enter the following, without the quotes, “shell:AppsFolder”, then hit enter.

2.       You will now get a File Explorer window that shows you nothing but all the applications that are installed on your computer whether these are Windows Built-In Apps, Store Apps you later installed, or Installed Desktop Apps.

3.      Navigate to the App for which you want the desktop shortcut and select it.  Under Windows 10 alone I am able to use the first letter of the app in question to get to its general area then keep hitting that letter and it advances to the next app starting with that same letter.  You can jump directly to the first app that starts with any letter.  If you’re a really fast typist you can start typing the name of the app itself rapidly and you should land on it, or something very near to it.  This is working for me even when the screen reader is running because it’s a Windows feature.

4.      Hit the Applications/Menu Key or Shift+F10 if your machine doesn’t have it.  This will invoke a context menu for the selected App.

5.      Either hit the letter ‘S’, which will directly invoke the “Create Shortcut” option, or arrow down until you hear “Create Shortcut” announced then hit enter.

6.      You will immediately get a dialog that tells you that, “Windows can’t create a shortcut here.  Do you want the shortcut to be placed on the desktop instead?,” to which you will, of course, answer “Yes.”

7.      You now have a shortcut on the desktop.  This shortcut will have the name of the app in question followed by a hyphen and the word shortcut.  If you’re like me you’ll want to rename that shortcut to get rid of that hyphen and the word shortcut, but this is entirely optional.

For quick access to specific files or folders you’d like on the desktop:

1.       If you happen to know where the object you want the desktop shortcut for is located, navigate to the folder that contains it, then select it.    Proceed directly to step number 4.

2.       If you don’t know the location your best bet is to use Windows Search and enter search criteria that are enough to get you a short list of possible results.  Very often what you’re looking for will be the first thing returned if you choose decent search terms.  Once you’ve found the object you wish to make the shortcut for when reviewing the results make sure you have focus on it then proceed to step 3.

3.      Hit the Applications/Menu Key if your computer has it, or Shift+F10 if it does not, and a context menu should come up.  Choose “Open file location” from this context menu.  This will open the folder that contains the program, file, or subfolder you had focus on and it will already be selected.

4.      Hit the Applications/Menu Key or Shift+F10, then do one of the following:

a.      Hit N (which invokes the Send To) option, followed immediately by D (which invokes the Desktop create shortcut option).  You’re finished.

b.      Arrow down until you hear that you have focus on the Send To option, hit enter, then in the submenu for send to arrow down until you hear “Desktop (create shortcut)” and hit enter.  You’re finished.

 

--
Brian

   "Be Yourself" is the worst advice you can give to some people.

       ~ Tom Masson


Re: Purchased Office 2010 for $39.95.

Carolyn Arnold <4carolyna@...>
 

Tim, great that you got what you wanted and for a reasonable price at that.

Bye for now,

Carolyn

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Tim Ford
Sent: Sunday, December 18, 2016 10:44 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Purchased Office 2010 for $39.95.

Hi All,

For those who are interested, I first went through Amazon, and found the best price to be around $99 for an older version of Office, either 2010 or 2013. I then did a broad Internet search for best price on used Office. I found a site selling it for $39.95, for a download version. The purchase gave me the option of using my Amazon financial information, and it pulled up my Amazon information including the funding account, and all the other stuff one normally needs to figure out how to enter when registering on a new web site to buy something. It made the whole process very easy. The site, Bonanza.com, then sent me an email confirmation, and within a few minutes, the actual seller had sent me an email with the download link and software key. I have not yet done the download, but this approach should be well within JAWS to accomplish. The only drawback to this low price is that the activation process goes through a telephone activation with Microsoft, but that seems a worth while tradeoff.

The web page is below:
Bonanza.com, Office 2010 for $39.95 <http://www.bonanza.com/listings/402086376?utm_source=nextag&utm_medium=cpa&utm_campaign=product_feed>

The site has newer versions of Office, but I did not check those out, preferring to go with a price I thought would be hard to beat, and frankly I did not care about a newer version.

Thank you very much for all who provided suggestions on how to proceed. Tim Ford


From: john.falter <mailto:john.falter@verizon.net>
Sent: Sunday, December 18, 2016 5:59 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io <mailto:main@jfw.groups.io>
Subject: Re: Best price for an older version of Office?


Hello Tim:

Go to Amazon.

Find office software.

check to see if there is a used version of your office software.


There is no USED page.

On 12/17/2016 4:58 PM, Tim Ford wrote:


Thanks for the suggestion about Amazon used. Is that a specific web page, or are you saying to look on the regular Amazon web page for used software?

Tim


From: john.falter <mailto:john.falter@verizon.net>
Sent: Saturday, December 17, 2016 11:29 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io <mailto:main@jfw.groups.io>
Subject: Re: Best price for an older version of Office?


Hello Tim:

Try Amazon--USED



On 12/17/2016 1:01 PM, Tim Ford wrote:


Hi All,

I somehow lost my Office 2013 installation disk. Does anyone have a source of the least expensive way to obtain Office? I am fine with any version starting with Office 2010. I appreciate any buying guidance or offers. I don’t care if I buy a CD or get a download version, so long as the process is JAWS accessible.

Much thanks for any ideas. I got sticker shock seeing the prices for a new version of Office, and realized I have no need for the latest version.

Tim Ford





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Re: Creating a shortcut in windows 10

Kimsan <kimsansong@...>
 

Focus on the program, press alt enter to bring up the properties and tab two times where you will be able to press your combonation for the shortcut key. Tab to apply, press spacebar, then tab back around to the ok button and once more press spacebar.

Respectfully,
Kimsan Song
kimsansong@icloud.com

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Jed Barton
Sent: Saturday, December 17, 2016 7:51 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Creating a shortcut in windows 10

Hey guys,

Hope everyone is doing well. OK, i am trying to figure out how to create a shortcut in windows 10. I have a program that i wanna create a shortcut for. I went to the main .exe of the program, and did a shift f10, but there doesn't appear to be an option. Am i missing something?

Cheers,
Jed


Re: Purchased Office 2010 for $39.95.

Jason White
 

Just to clarify my last message, I don't know whehter Microsoft Office
licenses can be transferred; I know JAWS licenses can't be.


Re: Purchased Office 2010 for $39.95.

Jason White
 

Sieghard Weitzel <sieghard@live.ca> wrote:
Only read this thread now, too bad, I could have probably given you one of my old Office keys as I am now using the Office 365 subscription model. Maybe I can sell them also.
Always thought that wasn’t possible, but it sounds like it’s done.

It might not be legal, however, depending on whether the license prohibits
transfer, as some do. JAWS licenses, as I recall, are non-transferrable, so
you cannot buy a copy of JAWS from another user, or give it away to someone
else.


Re: Purchased Office 2010 for $39.95.

 

Only read this thread now, too bad, I could have probably given you one of my old Office keys as I am now using the Office 365 subscription model. Maybe I can sell them also.

Always thought that wasn’t possible, but it sounds like it’s done.

 

Regards,

Sieghard

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Tim Ford
Sent: Sunday, December 18, 2016 7:44 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Purchased Office 2010 for $39.95.

 

Hi All,

 

For those who are interested, I first went through Amazon, and found the best price to be around $99 for an older version of Office, either 2010 or 2013.  I then did a broad Internet search for best price on used Office.  I found a site selling it for $39.95, for a download version.  The purchase gave me the option of using my Amazon financial information, and it pulled up my Amazon information including the funding account, and all the other stuff one normally needs to figure out how to enter when registering on a new web site to buy something.  It made the whole process very easy.  The site, Bonanza.com, then sent me an email confirmation, and within a few minutes, the actual seller had sent me an email with the download link and software key.  I have not yet done the download, but this approach should be well within JAWS to accomplish.  The only drawback to this low price is that the activation process goes through a telephone activation with Microsoft, but that seems a worth while tradeoff.

 

The web page is below:

 

The site has newer versions of Office, but I did not check those out, preferring to go with a price I thought would be hard to beat, and frankly I did not care about a newer version.

 

Thank you very much for all who provided suggestions on how to proceed.  Tim Ford

 

 

From: john.falter

Sent: Sunday, December 18, 2016 5:59 AM

Subject: Re: Best price for an older version of Office?

 

Hello Tim:

Go to Amazon.

Find office software.

check to see if there is a used version of your office software.

There is no USED page.

On 12/17/2016 4:58 PM, Tim Ford wrote:

Thanks for the suggestion about Amazon used.  Is that a specific web page, or are you saying to look on the regular Amazon web page for used software?

 

Tim

 

 

From: john.falter

Sent: Saturday, December 17, 2016 11:29 AM

Subject: Re: Best price for an older version of Office?

 

Hello Tim:

Try Amazon--USED

 

On 12/17/2016 1:01 PM, Tim Ford wrote:

Hi All,

 

I somehow lost my Office 2013 installation disk.  Does anyone have a source of the least expensive way to obtain Office?  I am fine with any version starting with Office 2010.  I appreciate any buying guidance or offers.  I don’t care if I buy a CD or get a download version, so long as the process is JAWS accessible.

 

Much thanks for any ideas.  I got sticker shock seeing the prices for a new version of Office, and realized I have no need for the latest version.

 

Tim Ford

 




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Re: Muting Topics For Which You Have No Interest

Jason White
 

Another solution is to use threaded view (sometimes referred to as
"conversation view", depending on what e-mail software you use). You can
usually expand/collapse specific threads. This makes it easy to skip entire
discussion topics.


Purchased Office 2010 for $39.95.

Tim Ford
 

Hi All,
 
For those who are interested, I first went through Amazon, and found the best price to be around $99 for an older version of Office, either 2010 or 2013.  I then did a broad Internet search for best price on used Office.  I found a site selling it for $39.95, for a download version.  The purchase gave me the option of using my Amazon financial information, and it pulled up my Amazon information including the funding account, and all the other stuff one normally needs to figure out how to enter when registering on a new web site to buy something.  It made the whole process very easy.  The site, Bonanza.com, then sent me an email confirmation, and within a few minutes, the actual seller had sent me an email with the download link and software key.  I have not yet done the download, but this approach should be well within JAWS to accomplish.  The only drawback to this low price is that the activation process goes through a telephone activation with Microsoft, but that seems a worth while tradeoff.
 
The web page is below:
 
The site has newer versions of Office, but I did not check those out, preferring to go with a price I thought would be hard to beat, and frankly I did not care about a newer version.
 
Thank you very much for all who provided suggestions on how to proceed.  Tim Ford
 
 

Sent: Sunday, December 18, 2016 5:59 AM
Subject: Re: Best price for an older version of Office?
 

Hello Tim:

Go to Amazon.

Find office software.

check to see if there is a used version of your office software.

There is no USED page.
On 12/17/2016 4:58 PM, Tim Ford wrote:
Thanks for the suggestion about Amazon used.  Is that a specific web page, or are you saying to look on the regular Amazon web page for used software?
 
Tim
 
 
Sent: Saturday, December 17, 2016 11:29 AM
Subject: Re: Best price for an older version of Office?
 

Hello Tim:

Try Amazon--USED


On 12/17/2016 1:01 PM, Tim Ford wrote:
Hi All,
 
I somehow lost my Office 2013 installation disk.  Does anyone have a source of the least expensive way to obtain Office?  I am fine with any version starting with Office 2010.  I appreciate any buying guidance or offers.  I don’t care if I buy a CD or get a download version, so long as the process is JAWS accessible.
 
Much thanks for any ideas.  I got sticker shock seeing the prices for a new version of Office, and realized I have no need for the latest version.
 
Tim Ford
 




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Re: Best price for an older version of Office?

john.falter
 

Hello Tim:

Go to Amazon.

Find office software.

check to see if there is a used version of your office software.

There is no USED page.
On 12/17/2016 4:58 PM, Tim Ford wrote:
Thanks for the suggestion about Amazon used.  Is that a specific web page, or are you saying to look on the regular Amazon web page for used software?
 
Tim
 
 
Sent: Saturday, December 17, 2016 11:29 AM
Subject: Re: Best price for an older version of Office?
 

Hello Tim:

Try Amazon--USED


On 12/17/2016 1:01 PM, Tim Ford wrote:
Hi All,
 
I somehow lost my Office 2013 installation disk.  Does anyone have a source of the least expensive way to obtain Office?  I am fine with any version starting with Office 2010.  I appreciate any buying guidance or offers.  I don’t care if I buy a CD or get a download version, so long as the process is JAWS accessible.
 
Much thanks for any ideas.  I got sticker shock seeing the prices for a new version of Office, and realized I have no need for the latest version.
 
Tim Ford
 




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Creating a shortcut in windows 10

Jed Barton
 

Hey guys,

Hope everyone is doing well. OK, i am trying to figure out how to create a shortcut in windows 10. I have a program that i wanna create a shortcut for. I went to the main .exe of the program, and did a shift f10, but there doesn't appear to be an option. Am i missing something?

Cheers,
Jed


Re: Getting stuck in Documents.

David Moore
 

Hi,

I bring up the task manager directly with the command:

Ctrl+shift+escape.

David Moore

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Tim Ford
Sent: Saturday, December 17, 2016 12:10 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Getting stuck in Documents.

 

A very easy way to access the task manager is with control-alt-delete; that

bring it up directly.

 

You gotta love Windows, with there often being several ways to end up in the

same place.

 

Tim Ford

 

 

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

From: BeastlyTheos

Sent: Saturday, December 17, 2016 8:23 AM

To: main@jfw.groups.io

Subject: Re: Getting stuck in Documents.

 

Is this using Microsoft word?

 

You could try opening the task manager, and forcing the program to close.

 

There's a couple ways to open the task manager. Either just use the

search in the windows menu, or hit windows key lus r, and type

taskmgr. Then you should be able to just scroll down until you find

the program you want to close, and either hit delete, or hit the

applications key and select close application.

 

On 12/16/16, BeastlyTheos <theodorecooke@...> wrote:

> What do you mean by getting stuck in documents?

> Can you not alt-tab out?

> Are you still able to alt-tab out, but cannot  move the focus to the

> body of the document?

> On 12/10/16, Carolyn Arnold <4carolyna@...> wrote:

>> Are any of you getting stuck in Documents, where you can't

>> get out? Have a solution for Windows 10, Office 2013 and

>> JAWS 18.021?

>> 

>> 

>> 

>> Best from,

>> 

>> 

>> 

>> Carolyn

>> 

>> 

>> 

>>