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Re: Sending screenshots using JAWS

Mario
 

I believe irfan view can also be used, but paint should suffice.

On 1/20/2016 6:39 PM, Brian Vogel wrote:
Michael,

ALT+PrtSc is the keystroke sequence to do a window capture.
If the window that has focus is maximized to fill the screen then it
is, in fact, a screen capture. If, however, you have focus on something
like a dialog box or window that's been reduced down you'll get
something that's the size of that particular window, not the full screen.

The above only captures the screen, but you still have to
save that capture as an image file if you want to do something like send
it as an e-mail attachment. I generally just open MS-Paint, paste the
capture from the clipboard, then save it as a JPG file.

Brian


Filling out forms in word 2013

James Malone
 

Hello all, I have a question on where to put information on an application using word. Sone of the forms I’ve seen have blanks as Underline. Does this matter when filling out the form, and do you put the information within the underlines?

Thanks.

James

 


Re: Word 2013 formatting.

Carolyn Arnold <4carolyna@...>
 

We know that it is hit and miss. My husband was a printer and in graphic arts.

What are the keyboard steps to take to set up form fields, please?

Bye for now,

Carolyn

-----Original Message-----
From: Brian Vogel [mailto:britechguy@gmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, January 20, 2016 7:51 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: Word 2013 formatting.

Carolyn,

Yes, you can create a MS-Word template using form fields, from which you'd generate the actual document that you fill in. It is trial and error to make it match whatever check format you're using. I'm presuming you've got single check on a page checks of some sort. The trial and error is mostly involved in getting the position of each of the form fields precisely where they need to be so that they transfer to the correct spots on the check when you print it.

Brian


Re: Attachments in "rich text" messages under Microsoft Outlook 2013

Carolyn Arnold <4carolyna@...>
 

Thank you a lot, Brian. That makes sense. I'll double chedck to make sure mine is set on HTML.

Bye for now,

Carolyn

-----Original Message-----
From: Brian Vogel [mailto:britechguy@gmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, January 20, 2016 7:45 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: Attachments in "rich text" messages under Microsoft Outlook 2013

Carolyn,

You have so many choices due to the evolution of e-mail (and the same ones as everyone else). When e-mail first started it was all plain text. Plain text is exactly what its name states. You cannot format plain text with features like bold, italic, underline, color, etc. It's "black and white" (or monitor color and black for monochrome monitors - when did I last encounter one of those). It used to be conventional to denote italic by putting an asterisk before and after the word(s) or underlined by putting an underscore before and after the word(s). As people replied the prior text was generally pushed in using a single right angle bracket, >, before each level of reply. If something were replied to three times it would have >>> before it while something that you replied to for the first time would be included in the reply with a single > before each line of text.

Both HTML and RTF became "the big things" when people wanted e-mail that looked like word-processed documents do and to include things like click-through links so that you didn't have to copy a link and paste it in to your web browser.

The vast majority of the e-mail I receive or send is HTML formatted because I use Gmail's web interface to send e-mail.

Brian


Re: can't navigate chrome settings

Mike B <mb69mach1@...>
 

Hi David,
 
Does Chrome update itself automatically?  If not, how do you set it to do so, if possible?  Thanks much.
Take care.
Mike
Global warming?  Most likely caused from hot air generated by politicians!

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, January 20, 2016 4:41 PM
Subject: Re: can't navigate chrome settings

Hi,
When you enter on settings, a web page should come up with tabs you can enter on to change those settings. There is a settings tab on the web page when if you enter on that will allow you to arrow down and change most of the settings like putting in your home page to open, making Chrome your default browser and so on. You do not have to sign into Chrome to do any of this. You should be able to navigate the settings web page just like any other web site. I am not sure why you are not able to navigate this web page to change the controls that affect Chrome. Did you install the very latest version of Chrome? That is very important. JAWS 16 and 17 work the best. Any version less than 16 will not work with Chrome as well. Have a great one.
 
 
Sent: Wednesday, January 20, 2016 1:28 PM
Subject: can't navigate chrome settings
 
Friends: Running jaws 16 in Windows 7.
 
I found a lot of discussion about this problem from some time back. I never did find any resolution.
 
I go to Chrome settings and it just keeps saying settings and will not navigate to any thing.
 
Has anyone figured out why this happens and how to resolve it?
 
Do you have to have a google account to get this to work?
 
Stan
 


Re: Word 2013 formatting.

 

Carolyn,

          Yes, you can create a MS-Word template using form fields, from which you'd generate the actual document that you fill in.  It is trial and error to make it match whatever check format you're using.  I'm presuming you've got single check on a page checks of some sort.  The trial and error is mostly involved in getting the position of each of the form fields precisely where they need to be so that they transfer to the correct spots on the check when you print it.

Brian


Re: Attachments in "rich text" messages under Microsoft Outlook 2013

 

Carolyn,

           You have so many choices due to the evolution of e-mail (and the same ones as everyone else).  When e-mail first started it was all plain text.  Plain text is exactly what its name states.  You cannot format plain text with features like bold, italic, underline, color, etc.  It's "black and white" (or monitor color and black for monochrome monitors - when did I last encounter one of those).  It used to be conventional to denote italic by putting an asterisk before and after the word(s) or underlined by putting an underscore before and after the word(s).  As people replied the prior text was generally pushed in using a single right angle bracket, >, before each level of reply.  If something were replied to three times it would have >>> before it while something that you replied to for the first time would be included in the reply with a single > before each line of text.

            Both HTML and RTF became "the big things" when people wanted e-mail that looked like word-processed documents do and to include things like click-through links so that you didn't have to copy a link and paste it in to your web browser.

            The vast majority of the e-mail I receive or send is HTML formatted because I use Gmail's web interface to send e-mail.

Brian


Re: can't navigate chrome settings

David Moore
 

Hi,
When you enter on settings, a web page should come up with tabs you can enter on to change those settings. There is a settings tab on the web page when if you enter on that will allow you to arrow down and change most of the settings like putting in your home page to open, making Chrome your default browser and so on. You do not have to sign into Chrome to do any of this. You should be able to navigate the settings web page just like any other web site. I am not sure why you are not able to navigate this web page to change the controls that affect Chrome. Did you install the very latest version of Chrome? That is very important. JAWS 16 and 17 work the best. Any version less than 16 will not work with Chrome as well. Have a great one.
 
 

Sent: Wednesday, January 20, 2016 1:28 PM
Subject: can't navigate chrome settings
 
Friends: Running jaws 16 in Windows 7.
 
I found a lot of discussion about this problem from some time back. I never did find any resolution.
 
I go to Chrome settings and it just keeps saying settings and will not navigate to any thing.
 
Has anyone figured out why this happens and how to resolve it?
 
Do you have to have a google account to get this to work?
 
Stan
 


Re: JAWS 17 and Copying Web text

HH. Smith Jr.
 

Hi Guys,

I’m getting into this conversation late; however, I don’t know if this has been mentioned yet but have you tried using a temporary place marker Control windows key and k  at the beginning of the block of text and then moving the cursor to the spot at the end of the block of text that you want then press the key combination JAWS key+spacebar then the letterM. JAWS will anunciate the text between current position and mark point is selected then you can proceed to copy it with control C

 

From: Don Moore [mailto:donmoore@...]
Sent: Monday, January 18, 2016 1:32 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: JAWS 17 and Copying Web text

 

Hi Bill, Mike and Darran,

 

                I do use the “Select and Copy from Virtual Cursor” option to copy text from IE to the clipboard and then paste it into a Word document. However, I have encountered a continuing problem using this option with Windows 10, JAWS 17 and IE 11:

 

If I press Insert v when in a web page in IE and choose the “Select and Copy from Virtual Cursor” and then press Enter on the OK button, it does work for a while. However, the next time I go to a web page and copy that page to the clipboard and paste it into a Word document, it might work or it might revert to the default option, which is “Select and Copy Full Content Using Onscreen Highlight.”

 

                I contacted FS about this, but anything I have tried hasn’t succeeded.

 

                Any suggestions will be appreciated.

 

                Don

 

From: Bill White [mailto:billwhite92701@...]
Sent: Saturday, January 16, 2016 6:00 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: JAWS 17 and Copying Web text

 

Hi, Mike. You Wrote:

 

3. If you choose the, From Virtual Cursor option, this copies the text with formatting.  If you choose the, Full Content Using Onscreen Highlight option, this will copy the text without formatting.

 

Actually, it is the reverse. If you choose the, From Virtual Cursor, option, it will copy plain text. If you choose the, Full Content Using Onscreen Highlight, option, it will copy full content including formatting.

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

From: Mike B.

Sent: Saturday, January 16, 2016 2:27 PM

Subject: Re: JAWS 17 and Copying Web text

 

Hi Darran,

 

Another option to try is:

1. While in IE, you didn't say which browser so I'm assuming IE, press, Insert / Jaws Key, to open Quick Settings Internet Explorer.

2. Arrow down to, Virtual Cursor Options, & under this heading is Select & Copy, & here you have 2 choices which you press the spacebar to toggle between them.

3. If you choose the, From Virtual Cursor option, this copies the text with formatting.  If you choose the, Full Content Using Onscreen Highlight option, this will copy the text without formatting.

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

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

Sent: Saturday, January 16, 2016 12:24 PM

Subject: Re: JAWS 17 and Copying Web text

 

Try shift-control-v, then arrow down through the options.

 

From: Darran Ross [mailto:darran.ross@...]
Sent: Saturday, January 16, 2016 2:52 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: JAWS 17 and Copying Web text

 

Hi List.

 

I'm having a brain freeze here, and I can't remember for the life of me which setting I need to alter to allow me to copy and paste text from a webpage into a word document?

 

At the moment what I'm copying is not what's being pasted!

 

I've been into the Settings Centre, but I can't find the relevant check box, or even recall what it is I should be looking for. My stumbling about in there is getting me nowhere in a hurry!

 

Any and all help gratefully received.

 

Thanks.

 

Darran

 

 

 



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Re: JAWS 17 and Auto Complete Email Addresses

Carolyn Arnold <4carolyna@...>
 

Alt-F-T-M takes you straight to mail and all of those tabs.

Bye for now,

Carolyn

-----Original Message-----
From: HH. Smith Jr. [mailto:teos1@islands.vi]
Sent: Wednesday, January 20, 2016 5:26 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: JAWS 17 and Auto Complete Email Addresses

Hi Darrin,



Yes, you can go to the File Menu in Outlook, alt F, and arrow down to
File Options hit enter. You will land on general in the list. Arrow down
to mail and shift tab or just tab(takes longer) or until you find the
auto complete checkbox or even quicker alt G make sure it is checked then
press the ok button and your done.



From: Darran Ross [mailto:darran.ross@talktalk.net]
Sent: Sunday, January 17, 2016 9:51 AM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: JAWS 17 and Auto Complete Email Addresses



Hi List.



I'm just making the change to version 17 and have hit upon another thing
I'd like to see operate as in my previous JAWS versions,I.e the
announcement of auto complete email addresses.



Previously, I'd start typing an address and JAWS would announce for me
what was being auto completed, now this isn't happening and its slowing
me down quite a bit!



Does anyone know if there's a setting I need to change to start auto
complete being announced once more?



Many thanks.



Darran




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Re: Attachments in "rich text" messages under Microsoft Outlook 2013

Carolyn Arnold <4carolyna@...>
 

Jim, just about all the text documents I have are in rich text. I use Alt-N-A-F, or just highlight the folder I want to send and copy it, then paste it into the e-mail I want to attach. You have to hit Altt I, to insert the attachment, of course, like in Outlook Express. You can check your sent items to make sure it went the way you wanted it to go.

As for plain text and HTML, I wish I knew which of the two was the more advantageous to have for my e-mails. I'm not quite sure why we have so many choices.

Bye for now,

Carolyn

-----Original Message-----
From: HAMILTON [mailto:jim.hamilton@rogers.com]
Sent: Wednesday, January 20, 2016 5:16 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: Attachments in "rich text" messages under Microsoft Outlook 2013

Re "Inline Reply", and the "RTF" format for e-mails, are you saying that if I were to switch from sending my messages in RTF format to, either plain text or HTML, I would not encounter this difficulty? If so, that solves the whole thing for me. Thanks. Jim H


Re: Word 2013 formatting.

Carolyn Arnold <4carolyna@...>
 

I don't have the file any more, it died with my old computer.

Is there a way I could make a new file and set form fields into it? Thanks.

Bye for now,

Carolyn

-----Original Message-----
From: Brian Vogel [mailto:britechguy@gmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, January 20, 2016 4:45 PM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Re: Word 2013 formatting.

Carolyn,

I understand what you're describing, but even a regular Word document can employ form fields in it.

I will be curious if anyone else can identify a mechanism that one could use that would allow text entry that should appear on a single physical line that does not move the text that follows it that does not employ either a table or form. It's been ages since I used Word 2003, so perhaps there was some method that was discontinued in later versions of Word or else that I am completely unaware of. My offer still stands if you'd care to e-mail me a copy of the Word 2003 file you'd been using to do this.

Brian


Re: Sending screenshots using JAWS

 

Michael,

            ALT+PrtSc is the keystroke sequence to do a window capture.  If the window that has focus is maximized to fill the screen then it is, in fact, a screen capture.  If, however, you have focus on something like a dialog box or window that's been reduced down you'll get something that's the size of that particular window, not the full screen.

            The above only captures the screen, but you still have to save that capture as an image file if you want to do something like send it as an e-mail attachment.  I generally just open MS-Paint, paste the capture from the clipboard, then save it as a JPG file.

Brian


Sending screenshots using JAWS

Michael Mote
 

Good evening!  I’m wondering how to send a screen shot using JAWS, or if it’s doable.  I thought there was a way to do it.  I thought you could do it by pressing the print screen key or something like that? 

 

 

 


Re: Updating Jaws SMA Upgrades

Mike B <mb69mach1@...>
 


Hi Jim,
 
That's exactly what I thought after updating.  Because Jaws 16 apparently isn't seeing that I have Jaws 17 installed!  LOL  LOL  But, Both Jaws 15 & 17 show the correct number of SMA's / upgrades available.
Take care.
Mike
Global warming?  Most likely caused from hot air generated by politicians!

----- Original Message -----
From: HAMILTON
Sent: Wednesday, January 20, 2016 2:06 PM
Subject: Re: Updating Jaws SMA Upgrades

How did you get an SMA with "3" upgrades? The most that I seem able to purchase on an SMA is only 2 upgrades. Jim H


Re: Attachments in "rich text" messages under Microsoft Outlook 2013

 

Jim,

           The answer to that question is "Yes," in regard to any e-mail message you might generate.  Neither HTML or plain text message formats support inline attachments, so anything you might attach to a message composed in those two formats will be a conventional attachment.

           The answer is, of course, "No," as far as what you might receive from others, particularly forwarded messages that were originally composed in RTF and in which the forwarder has included an inline attachment.

           Another big advantage of either HTML or plain text formats is that they are, relatively speaking, more secure and less subject to exploits than RTF format is.

Brian


Advanced Searching in Outlook 2010 - Opinions Sought

 
Edited

I generally prefer to teach keystrokes to access the required ribbon options to accomplish something, but this time I might make an exception.

Once you're in an Outlook folder you wish to search it's a simple matter to hit Ctrl+E to be thrown into the search box.  After that things become much more complicated.

If you want to search on the From field, the keystroke sequence to do this is ALT+JS+OM, then one types in the partial or full name or e-mail address one wishes to search on.  By contrast, one can enter the search operator "from," open parenthesis, the partial or full name or e-mail address, and a close parenthesis directly in the search box to accomplish precisely the same thing.

If you want to get only messages that have attachments, the keystroke sequence to do this is ALT+JS+H, and that creates a search only for messages that have attachments.  By contrast, one can enter the search operator "hasattachments:" followed immediately by either "yes" or "no" and can filter for messages that either do or do not have attachments directly into the search box.

If you want to filter by date, the keystroke sequence is ALT+JS+W, this brings up a drop down menu from which you can choose today, yesterday, this week, last week, this month, last month, this year, or last year.  By contrast, one can enter the search operator "received:" followed by one of the previously listed single words or two-word phrases.

All of the above can, of course, be combined together.  There are also additional criteria that can be specified but I'm trying to focus on the most common and useful.

Let's say I'm trying to find an e-mail that I sent to you, last week, that has an attachment on it.  I can do one of two things after hitting CTRL+E:

1.  Immediately type "from(Brian Vogel) received:last week hasattachments:yes" in the search box by hand.

2.  Hit ALT+JS+OM and immediately type "Brian Vogel," then hit ALT+JS+W and use down arrow to go through the dropdown to find last week, then hit ALT+JS+H

The second option is, to me, much more cumbersome than the first, once you know what the search operator terms and formats are.  In addition, it is only through hand entering "hasattachments:no" that one can limit the search to messages that do not have an attachment, no keystroke sequence generates the "no" condition.

I'm sure that some of you have had to use advanced searching to filter out as much extraneous e-mail in your archives as you possibly can before trying to locate a specific message from the returned results.  What say you regarding whether it makes more sense in this case to focus on the search operators that you type yourself versus the keystrokes and typing involved to do each via the ribbon?

Brian


Re: JAWS 17 and Auto Complete Email Addresses

HH. Smith Jr.
 

Hi Darrin,

 

Yes, you can go to the File Menu in Outlook, alt F, and arrow down to File Options hit enter. You will land on general in the list. Arrow down to mail and shift tab or just tab(takes longer) or until you find the auto complete checkbox or even quicker alt G make sure it is checked then press the ok button and your done.

 

From: Darran Ross [mailto:darran.ross@...]
Sent: Sunday, January 17, 2016 9:51 AM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: JAWS 17 and Auto Complete Email Addresses

 

Hi List.

 

I'm just making the change to version 17 and have hit upon another thing I'd like to see operate as in my previous JAWS versions,I.e the announcement of auto complete email addresses.

 

Previously, I'd start typing an address and JAWS would announce for me what was being auto completed, now this isn't happening and its slowing me down quite a bit!

 

Does anyone know if there's a setting I need to change to start auto complete being announced once more?

 

Many thanks.

 

Darran

 

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Re: Attachments in "rich text" messages under Microsoft Outlook 2013

HAMILTON
 

Re "Inline Reply", and the "RTF" format for e-mails, are you saying that if I were to switch from sending my messages in RTF format to, either plain text or HTML, I would not encounter this difficulty? If so, that solves the whole thing for me. Thanks. Jim H


Re: Updating Jaws SMA Upgrades

HAMILTON
 

How did you get an SMA with "3" upgrades? The most that I seem able to purchase on an SMA is only 2 upgrades. Jim H