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Re: MS Office questions

Lisle, Ted (CHFS DMS)
 

I bought copies of both 2007 and 2013 flat out. I don't know if u can get 2007 now, but cloud computing is your choice, it's not automatic.

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Subject: MS Office questions

Hello,

I'm using Ms Office 2007. If I purchase the disk to install, do thesuite apps reside on the computer? Maybe now the only way to get MS Office is by downloading it.

I'm especially interested in the Outlook which we use for e-mail. It seems that everything is moving to the cloud.
I'm not a fan of cloud computing.

Peter T.
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Re: Using the web browser with jaws for email

Michael Mote
 

Hi John! I use my gmail account on-line, and I find it easy to do. I use
the basic view, instead of the standard view. It seems very accessible for
my purposes.

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Subject: Using the web browser with jaws for email

Hi:
For years I've used Microsoft outlook for emails. Are any of you using the
web browser for email successfully with jaws?
Thanks.
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Outlook help needed

judith bron
 

Last night my Outlook went crazy and I wasn't receiving messages. We called
the ISP and he got it back again, with all my messages from the past month.
Now I can't get a count on my messages using insert 3. Also my deleted
items folder doesn't seem to be retaining any deleted items. Is there a way
to put everything back to normal? Thanks, JB

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Re: Using the web browser with jaws for email

David Moore
 

Hi there,
You do not have to up grade your JAWS. Version 13 will be fine. I have found many similar tricks that work on all web mail sites. The first link you want to look for is settings. Enter on settings and find simple layout and check that. Most web mail sites have it set on a more visual layout by default, so it really helps to have the web mail site on simple layout. To open an email, just press enter on the link for it. There will always be a link for each email. When you enter on the link for a particular email, a new web page will open where you can read the entire email. After you are done, press the back space to go back to the previous page where your emails are. Now, right before the link for each email, there will be a check box that is always unchecked. If you press space bar to check the message, there will be links that will do different things with that message. For example, there will be a link that says delete, and you can press the link to delete the checked message. So, each message will have a check box first, and right after the check box, there will be a link to inter on to open the message. Here are some tricks. First, press F7 to display a list of links. arrow down through the links until you here a message link. enter on the link and read that message. The link for that message will give a brief discription of that message. Press back space to go back to the email page and check the box for the message you just read and press the delete link. The message is now in the trash. The next trick is to use place markers. Set a place marker on the delete link when a message is checked. Now, you can just press K to go right to the delete and press enter. You should also set a place marker on the links for the folders. There are links for all the different folders. You can always press Insert + F7 to go to the list of links and find the folder links. I hope this helps a little and please ask more questions. Remember, every email on the page has a link that you can just enter on. For all of this to work, though, you must have simple layout checked on the page. Take care.

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Subject: RE: Using the web browser with jaws for email

I am only using jaws 13 with windows 7 on this machine. Should I upgrade to
a newer version of jaws, or shouldn't that matter.

My real problem is opening an email, replying and such. Are there specific
commands for those types of things? Thanks.

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Subject: Re: Using the web browser with jaws for email

Hi John,
I use the web site to do all I need to do with emails. It is very accessible
if you use all of the JAWS commands for the Internet. The best way to get
around the web site quickly, is to use heading navigation, pressing the
letter X for check boxes and so on. Let me know if I can help you further.


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Subject: Using the web browser with jaws for email

Hi:
For years I've used Microsoft outlook for emails. Are any of you using the
web browser for email successfully with jaws?
Thanks.
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Re: Using the web browser with jaws for email

John J. Fioravanti, Jr.
 

I am only using jaws 13 with windows 7 on this machine. Should I upgrade to
a newer version of jaws, or shouldn't that matter.

My real problem is opening an email, replying and such. Are there specific
commands for those types of things? Thanks.

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Subject: Re: Using the web browser with jaws for email

Hi John,
I use the web site to do all I need to do with emails. It is very accessible
if you use all of the JAWS commands for the Internet. The best way to get
around the web site quickly, is to use heading navigation, pressing the
letter X for check boxes and so on. Let me know if I can help you further.


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Subject: Using the web browser with jaws for email

Hi:
For years I've used Microsoft outlook for emails. Are any of you using the
web browser for email successfully with jaws?
Thanks.
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Re: Borders in Excel

Kevin Hourigan <kevinthourigan@...>
 

Hi Steve,
It took a few attempts, but I finally got it.
Thank you,
Kevin.

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Subject: RE: Borders in Excel

HI Kevin,

That sounds like there is an error in your macro which the dialogue is
giving you the chance to correct. When you've pressed the debug button, you
should be in a window where your focus is on the line containing the error.
Because this window will contain the code that underpins the macro, it can
be quite different and more complicated than the series of keystrokes I gave
to record the macro. It may be easier to simply create a second macro with a
different name and keyboard shortcut.

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Subject: RE: Borders in Excel

Hello Steve,
Thank you for your response.
I did as instructed, but when I press control q I get a dialog called
Microsoft Visual Basics, with a debug button, an end button, and a help
button. If I press enter on the debug button, and press alt F4, I exit the
dialog. After this the cell does indeed have the desired red border, but is
there a way to eliminate the visual basics dialog, please?
Thanks again,
Kevin.

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Subject: RE: Borders in Excel

Hi Kevin,

In case you're still interested, read on, but it's a lengthy message!

I was able to do this with a macro in Excel 2013 on Windows 7 using JAWS 16.
I don't use the virtual ribbon. If you have different versions, or you use
the virtual ribbon, the specific keystrokes may change. Here's what I did.

I had previously made sure the Developer tab was available on the ribbon in
Excel - it's not by default. To check whether it's there, press Alt to go to
the upper ribbon, then RightArrow across. For me, it's just after the View
tab. If it's not there, you need to go into the Options dialogue to turn it
on. The keytips for this are Alt, F, T.

DownArrow to Customize Ribbon and then Tab to "Ribbon Tree view Excel
Options Home open". DownArrow to Developer. There is a checkbox next to it
which JAWS does not announce. Press Space to toggle the setting - JAWS
doesn't announce it. Press Enter to close the dialogue and check the ribbon
again - the Developer tab should now be there.

Next, open a spreadsheet. Go to the Developer tab with Alt, L, and Tab to
"use relative reference". If it's not announced as "checked", press Space to
check it. For me, this option defaults to unchecked every time I start
Excel.

Checking the option removes you from the ribbon, so press Alt, L to get back
to the Developer tab and choose Record Macro, keytip R

A dialogue opens. You have to give your macro a name which has to start with
a letter (not a number or punctuation mark) and must not contain spaces.

Tab to the shortcut key edit. All you can specify is a letter. The modifier
is already set as Ctrl and can't be changed. I choose Q usually, because
it's easy to find!

Tab once more to a "Store macro in" combo box and set it to Personal Macro
Workbook if you want it to be available for other spreadsheets.

OK the dialogue and you're finally ready to record the steps you need!
Press Ctrl+1 to open the Format dialogue.
RightArrow to the Border tab
Tab once to the Style list, and DownArrow to "double", which is the last
one, and press Space to select it.
Tab once to Line Colour and press Space to open the Colour picker. This is
an array and there are a number of ways to navigate it to the colour of your
choice. For red, I UpArrow twice to the Standard colour list, then LeftArrow
four times. Press Space bar to select it.
Tab twice to the Presets Outline button, and Space to press it.
Press Enter to close the dialogue.

Now stop recording the macro with Alt, L, R - the same keytips you use for
start recording.

And that should be it!

In my experience, if you press the keystroke on the wrong cell, you can't
press Ctrl+Z to undo it. If you realise you've made a mistake immediately,
you can press Ctrl+1 and you're on the right page of the dialogue, so it's
just a matter of tabbing to the Presets None button and pressing it.

Last thing to mention is that if you stored the macro in the Personal Macro
Workbook, this is a hidden workbook that opens every time you run Excel. To
make changes or delete the macro, you have to open Excel, go to the View tab
and press Unhide - Alt, W, U. Then you can use Alt+F8 to get to the Macro
dialogue and change or remove it.

Have fun!
Steve

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Subject: Borders in Excel

Hello Listers,
Is there a way to set up a keystroke to create a double red border around a
particular cel in Excel, please?
Thanks Kevin.
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Re: MS Office questions

Carolyn Arnold <4carolyna@...>
 

To get Office 2013, it had to be down loaded - I think that disks are
becoming a passing matter. When I got my JAWS upgrade, I asked if I'd get
a disk; it would be $10.00 more, so we downloaded from the net.

Bye for now,

Carolyn

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Subject: MS Office questions

Hello,

I'm using Ms Office 2007. If I purchase the disk to install, do thesuite
apps reside on the computer? Maybe now the only way to get MS Office is
by downloading it.

I'm especially interested in the Outlook which we use for e-mail. It
seems that everything is moving to the cloud.
I'm not a fan of cloud computing.

Peter T.
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MS Office questions

Peter Tesar
 

Hello,

I'm using Ms Office 2007. If I purchase the disk to install, do thesuite apps reside on the computer? Maybe now the only way to get MS Office is by downloading it.

I'm especially interested in the Outlook which we use for e-mail. It seems that everything is moving to the cloud.
I'm not a fan of cloud computing.

Peter T.
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File explore and this pc

Feliciano G
 

Don’t like File Explorer opening when you press Windows + E, you can change it to This PC under options via view tab.


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Re: Using the web browser with jaws for email

David Moore
 

Hi John,
I use the web site to do all I need to do with emails. It is very accessible if you use all of the JAWS commands for the Internet. The best way to get around the web site quickly, is to use heading navigation, pressing the letter X for check boxes and so on. Let me know if I can help you further.

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Sent: Tuesday, October 27, 2015 7:00 PM
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Subject: Using the web browser with jaws for email

Hi:
For years I've used Microsoft outlook for emails. Are any of you using the
web browser for email successfully with jaws?
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Using the web browser with jaws for email

John J. Fioravanti, Jr.
 

Hi:
For years I've used Microsoft outlook for emails. Are any of you using the
web browser for email successfully with jaws?
Thanks.
John Fioravanti,


Re: About changing jaws to say

stintonjoe@...
 

jaws key 2 will also do this

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From: Lisle, Ted (CHFS DMS) via Jfw
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Subject: RE: About changing jaws to say

Echo by word, it's accessible in Settings Center, under user, second option. It sets the echo--Character, Word, both, or off.

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How do i get jaws to say what i typed after i hit the space bar

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Re: About changing jaws to say

Lisle, Ted (CHFS DMS)
 

Echo by word, it's accessible in Settings Center, under user, second option. It sets the echo--Character, Word, both, or off.

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How do i get jaws to say what i typed after i hit the space bar

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Re: Mapquest?

Brad Martin
 

Try http://classic.mapquest.com
If you still don't see any edit fields to type in at that address, refresh the page (Control R in Firefox for instance).

Brad

On 10/26/2015 7:43 PM, Ann Byrne via Jfw wrote:
In Mapquest I used to be able to enter starting point and destination in order to get travel directions and mileage. It appears that mapquest is no longer accessible. What is a good way to get this information now???

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Mapquest?

Ann Byrne
 

In Mapquest I used to be able to enter starting point and destination in order to get travel directions and mileage. It appears that mapquest is no longer accessible. What is a good way to get this information now???

thanks


Re: accessible web editor

HAMILTON
 

Although I did not make this request, thank you for this description! If
ever I consider wanting to get into anything like this, I will simply
re-read this description, realize just how complex/technical it would be to
get anywhere, and take up knitting! :) :)

To be clear, I was not considering such an undertaking. However, your
description is just what the doctor ordered to prevent me from getting into
a lot of technical trouble, should I decide to change my mind. The I.T.
world certainly has changed since I was a Cobol F programmer in 1971.
Gracious ne, that's over 44 years ago! Besides, at this point, my learning
curve would be too tiring to seriously consider taking on this academic
pursuit. I will leave such things up to people such as yourself!

Jim H

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Sent: Thursday, October 22, 2015 9:01 AM
To: jfw@lists.the-jdh.com
Subject: RE: accessible web editor

Good morning,

The accessible web editor really all depends on your website's requirements.
If you are just building a basic web page, it would be fine to use Word to
create it, and save it as a filtered web page. Another free option for
building websites is KompoZer. KompoZer is a bit outdated (latest stable
released in 2007), since it does not follow HTML5 standards, but again it is
fine for basic websites for displaying information. Either way, if you
choose to use an HTML editor, you will still need to know what is going on
underneath the hood, to edit the code.

If you are wanting to get more sophisticated like a contact form, and you
are not a programmer, then I too would recommend WordPress. Also, if you
want interactivity on your site, such as the ability for viewers to post
comments, you will want WordPress. There are two ways you can approach
WordPress, depending on your requirements: wordpress.com, or download the
software from wordpress.org to host yourself, based on your hosting
provider. If you do not wish to pay for WordPress and hosting, and just want
a free website for displaying information and allowing users to comment/you
want a contact form, use wordpress.com. If you want to get fancy and build
an e-commerce site, download WordPress from wordpress.org or look at your
hosting provider's one-click installation options. Many hosting providers
have it built in where you can perform the equivalent of a one-click
installation for popular software like WordPress. It may be under something
like Autoinstaller or Simple Scripts, or could be called Fantastico de Luxe.

If you later decide that you need to get really advanced, you could learn
web design from a programmer's perspective, and learn CSS, JavaScript, PHP,
Ruby on Rails, and/or parts of Java Enterprise Edition like servlets, Java
server pages, Java server faces, etc. I certainly understand where you are
coming from, if you think this seems like a lot of technology. If you need
to program, start with PHP. If you are building a web application for a
large enterprise, look more towards the other technologies I mentioned for
servers: Java Enterprise, Ruby on Rails, etc. Overall, go for cost, and
compare each of the technologies, as they pertain to your requirements. Look
at factors like development times for each decision. I recommend PHP as a
starting point though, because it is very popular. Most web hosting
providers also offer a PHP and MySQL solution. WordPress is powered by PHP
and MySQL.

There is plenty you can do with web design, with little or no programming
though, so I would certainly recommend sticking with WordPress or an HTML
editor, if your site is simple in nature, and not reflective of a web
application. If it is meant to be more of an application, you may wish to
see what WordPress can do still. There are thousands of existing plugins
that can extend WordPress. If I wanted a contact form on a contact page, for
example, I would look for an existing plugin that implemented that
functionality.

There are even other content management systems like Joomla! and Drupal. In
short, the sky is the limit when it comes to web design. Good luck.

Best regards,
Mike


Re: YouTube question

judith bron
 

How do you copy the link for the song without getting the advertisement in the link? JB

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Sent: Monday, October 26, 2015 10:37 AM
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Subject: Re: YouTube question

Problem is, Barbara, F6 is a toggle, whereas ALT plus D is not.
Bill White billwhite92701@dslextreme.com
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Hi guys,

Whether you press Alt plus D, or F-6, the address is automatically
highlighted.

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Subject: RE: YouTube question

Yes, Just go to the address bar, Alt plus D, then press control plus a to
select the address bar. Control C to copy the link to the clipboard, then
paste the address in to an email. Hope this helps.

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Sent: Friday, October 23, 2015 8:24 PM
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Subject: YouTube question

Hello!

Could someone please give me instructions on an easy way to paste YouTube
links into an email, so that I can share interesting videos with the
recipient?

Thanks!


Sandra
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Re: YouTube question

Mcginnis, Barbara
 

You are so right. I had forgotten that it could toggle other places whereas Alt plus D goes directly to the address bar. Thanks for reminding me.

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Sent: Monday, October 26, 2015 10:37 AM
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Subject: Re: YouTube question

Problem is, Barbara, F6 is a toggle, whereas ALT plus D is not.
Bill White billwhite92701@dslextreme.com
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Sent: Monday, October 26, 2015 7:34 AM
Subject: RE: YouTube question


Hi guys,

Whether you press Alt plus D, or F-6, the address is automatically
highlighted.

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Sent: Saturday, October 24, 2015 10:09 AM
To: 'The Jaws for Windows support list.' <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com>
Cc: James Malone <malone_j@comcast.net>
Subject: RE: YouTube question

Yes, Just go to the address bar, Alt plus D, then press control plus a to
select the address bar. Control C to copy the link to the clipboard, then
paste the address in to an email. Hope this helps.

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com] On Behalf Of Sandra
Streeter via Jfw
Sent: Friday, October 23, 2015 8:24 PM
To: jfw@lists.the-jdh.com
Cc: Sandra Streeter <sandrastreeter381@gmail.com>
Subject: YouTube question

Hello!

Could someone please give me instructions on an easy way to paste YouTube
links into an email, so that I can share interesting videos with the
recipient?

Thanks!


Sandra
“To love another person is to see the face of God.”
(Les Miserables--the musical)
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Re: YouTube question

Bill White <billwhite92701@...>
 

Problem is, Barbara, F6 is a toggle, whereas ALT plus D is not.
Bill White billwhite92701@dslextreme.com

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Cc: "Mcginnis, Barbara" <barbara.mcginnis@dhhs.nc.gov>
Sent: Monday, October 26, 2015 7:34 AM
Subject: RE: YouTube question


Hi guys,

Whether you press Alt plus D, or F-6, the address is automatically highlighted.

-----Original Message-----
From: James Malone via Jfw [mailto:jfw@lists.the-jdh.com]
Sent: Saturday, October 24, 2015 10:09 AM
To: 'The Jaws for Windows support list.' <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com>
Cc: James Malone <malone_j@comcast.net>
Subject: RE: YouTube question

Yes, Just go to the address bar, Alt plus D, then press control plus a to select the address bar. Control C to copy the link to the clipboard, then paste the address in to an email. Hope this helps.

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com] On Behalf Of Sandra Streeter via Jfw
Sent: Friday, October 23, 2015 8:24 PM
To: jfw@lists.the-jdh.com
Cc: Sandra Streeter <sandrastreeter381@gmail.com>
Subject: YouTube question

Hello!

Could someone please give me instructions on an easy way to paste YouTube links into an email, so that I can share interesting videos with the recipient?

Thanks!


Sandra
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Re: About changing jaws to say

Maria Campbell
 

In the JAWS start up wizard choose typing echo to words.

On 10/25/2015 7:31 PM, John Chan via Jfw wrote:
How do i get jaws to say what i typed after i hit the space bar

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