I use the side bar table to read those. it's much much easier to read those now.
Take care. > On May 25, 2015, at 10:02 PM, RATTRAY J. <julie.ratt...@durham.ac.uk> wrote: > > hi, > > one question re pages how do I get voiceover to read track changes and > comments - I use pages a lot and for the most part really like it - > experienced the same problems as you re selecting text that goes over > multiple pages so if Ann could post the solution to that I would love it. But > the one thing I can’t seem to get it to do is read comment bubbles or track > changes. - actually it does read the changes a bit now as it will read both > suggested changes but the comments bubbles I really want it to read > > Julie > Dr Julie Rattray > Lecturer in Psychology and Education > University of durham > School of Education > Leazes Road > DURHAM > DH1 1TA > > Tel: 0191 33 48249 > Email: julie.ratt...@durham.ac.uk <mailto:julie.ratt...@durham.ac.uk> > > > >> On 26 May 2015, at 05:47, Sarah k Alawami <marri...@gmail.com >> <mailto:marri...@gmail.com>> wrote: >> >> I think cmd option I shows and hides the inspector. you can change to the >> formater part in the tool bar by checking the fomater radio button. >> >> I'm normally a longer email sender, but it's pretty late here. so hope this >> helps for now. >> >> Take care. >>> On May 25, 2015, at 6:44 PM, Margaret Booth <margaretebo...@gmail.com >>> <mailto:margaretebo...@gmail.com>> wrote: >>> >>> Thanks for your help. How do you get to the formatter? >>> >>> Margaret >>> >>> From: Sarah k Alawami [mailto:marri...@gmail.com >>> <mailto:marri...@gmail.com>] >>> Sent: Tuesday, 26 May 2015 2:59 AM >>> To: mac access list iOS Accessibility >>> Subject: Re: [Mac-Access]: help with pages >>> >>> To use styles you need to do that through the formatter. People keep >>> asking me to do either a written or audio guide on how to use pages. I'm >>> thinking of doing both, but it will take time. >>> >>> To access the templets after you create a new document is not possible. but >>> you can save your new document as a templet if you customized it. Do this >>> through file then templets. >>> >>> Take cre. >>>> On May 24, 2015, at 10:56 PM, Margaret Booth <margaretebo...@gmail.com >>>> <mailto:margaretebo...@gmail.com>> wrote: >>>> >>>> I’m helping a friend of mine to learn how to use Pages on her new Mac Book >>>> Air. >>>> >>>> Has anyone got suggestions on where I could find a learners guide on how >>>> to use Pages the word processor. >>>> >>>> The other question I have is how do you get to the templates after you >>>> have created a new document? Also how to you use styles? >>>> >>>> Margaret >> >