Outlook web app in the web browser is mostly accessible. One item
thanks to an article I read which assisted me was to hide the reading
pane. You can read this article at
be aware that at least in my experience after I hid the reading pane
and saved the setting, I had to sign out and sign back in to the
Office365 web interface for the setting to take affect. In this
article, it advises to turn off the JAWS virtual cursor insert z for
reading messages. I did not have to do this. Instead, when I got to
the conversation list box, I pressed enter to enable forms mode and
used my up and down arrows to find and press enter on the conversation
I wanted to read. The only trouble I had was needing to go into the
address book when composing email. JAWS states to use up and down
arrows to find a contact but I was unable to do this. You can also try
typing a contact name in the to field and it may or may not be found.
It seems at least in my case that it depends on whether this contact
has been emailed before.
On 10/14/16, Dujari, Prateek <prateek.duj...@intel.com> wrote:
> [(Prateek Dujari)] Hello gang.
> [(Prateek Dujari)] using latest JAWS17 version on Win8.1. How accessible is
> Outlook Web app (opens and used in a web browser) using JAWS? Is there a
> list of kbd shortcuts that work with it using JAWS?
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