moderated Moving Between Sections in a Word Document
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First, the symbol marking a new section is ^k. Type these two characters into an MS Word search ()control-f), not a JAWS search (JAWS key-control-f) and press enter. You should be taken to the beginning of a new section. For the record, I haven't tried it because I don't divide documents this way.
Second, there may be another symbol to use when you go into quick navigation mode with JAWS key-z. In this mode, pressing h will take you to the next heading, etc. I haven't looked into whether there's such a symbol for sections.
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Subject: Moving Between Se`ctions in a Word Document
Using JFW2018 and Word2016 with Win10. I have a large document with multiple sections that I need to look through. When I do an Ins+F1 JFW tells me what section I'm on and describes its margins; it also tells me how many sections my document has. But it seems there is no keystroke to move between sections. Is that right?
When quick keys is enabled in JAWS you can press S to move to the next section and shift-s to move to the previous section.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
Pressing insert-z toggles Quick Keys on and off.
Blindness Assistive Technology Specialist
JAWS Certified, 2019
On 9/7/2020 11:04 PM, Adrian Spratt wrote: