[JAWS-Users] Re: the latest JAWS update

2007-05-16 Thread ANDREW GODWIN
Yup, that was my fix. Thanks a hole bunch.
  - Original Message - 
  From: Lenny McHugh 
  To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com 
  Sent: Wednesday, May 16, 2007 2:51 PM
  Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: the latest JAWS update


  Hello Andrew, I had the problem about two weeks ago. After a lot of 
correspondence with FS support it came to removing some scripts.
  First under jaws options go to manage applications and uncheck outlook 
express. Restart jaws and it should work ok. If this is the case go back to 
manage applications and remove outlook express or you could just leave it 
unchecked.
  Lenny
  - Original Message - 
  From: ANDREW GODWIN 
  To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com 
  Sent: Wednesday, May 16, 2007 2:30 PM
  Subject: [JAWS-Users] the latest JAWS update


  I installed the latest JAWS update to day thru the JAWS help menu and am no 
longer able to reply or forward a message in Outlook Express. When trying to 
reply or forward, I now receive an error message saying reply script cannot be 
found and forward script cannot be found.

   

  So, I then tried performing a JAWS repair using my JAWS 8 CD and received the 
following error message.

   

  Installer Information

  The file 'FileFinder.ini' cannot be installed because the 

  file cannot be found in cabinet file 'JAWS.cab'. This could

  indicate a network error, an error reading from the 

  CD-ROM, or a problem with this package.

  OK 

  Andrew Godwin, Owner/manager
  Godwin Access Technology Educators
  (GATE Consultants)
  Opening the gates to your future!!
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[JAWS-Users] Re: Skipping headers in Outlook Express

2007-04-30 Thread ANDREW GODWIN

hitting the letter N ignores links and moves you to the next block of text
- Original Message - 
From: Donnie Parrett [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
Sent: Monday, April 30, 2007 1:41 PM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Skipping headers in Outlook Express



Hey David,

When I am wanting to go down through the page, I keep hitting the letter N. 
What does that letter
do?

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From: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of David A Ferrin
Sent: Monday, April 30, 2007 1:33 PM
To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Skipping headers in Outlook Express



I believe that the P key jumps to the next paragraph, and as we know the H
key command jumps to the next heading.
David Ferrin
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- Original Message -
From: Margaret Thomas [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
Sent: Monday, April 30, 2007 12:50 PM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Skipping headers in Outlook Express



Denny,

I also get a couple of the Kim Kommando mailings such as her Tip
of the day and I'm able to do the letter h and down arrow twice to get
right to the tip.  I tried the letter p you suggested and the h is
fewer keystrokes for me.

Margaret

Denny Huff wrote:



Yes, that will jump past the headers, but I also use the letter p to
bypass
a lot of stuff I don't want to read in some email messages.
For example, I get the Kim Kommando tip of the day and she has a lot
of ads
before she gets to the tip, so I keep typing the letter p until I get
to
that part of the newsletter.
Just a suggestion for some of your email messages.

Denny



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From: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of VICTORIA
VAUGHAN
Sent: Saturday, April 28, 2007 1:39 PM
To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Skipping headers in Outlook Express


Hi Denny, Thanks for your suggestion.  However, David's instructions
to use:
INSERT V and then Enter, in an open message, did the trick.
Thanks again anyway! Vicky










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[JAWS-Users] using JAWS with Dragon

2007-04-26 Thread ANDREW GODWIN

Greetings all,



I acquired a new client that is currently using Dragon and is interested in 
learning JAWS. The only problem is that I never had the opportunity to use 
dragon or Jawbone and please correct me if I was miss informed, you need 
Jawbone in order to bridge Dragon and JAWS. So, my question is, is there any 
one on the list that is using the combination of these three programs and if 
so, would you be willing to talk to me off list. I also am wondering if 
someone could email me the web addresses to the download trial version of 
Dragon and Jawbone??



Thanks in advance for any and all suggestions,

Andrew




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[JAWS-Users] Re: Jaws help question

2007-04-18 Thread ANDREW GODWIN

Greetings folks, I found the below info on the FS web site at:
http://www.freedomscientific.com/fs_downloads/jaws.asp#skip

Note: JAWS 8.0 or later does not support Windows 98 or ME. If your computer 
runs either operating system, you should use JAWS version 7.X or earlier 
instead.

- Original Message - 
From: David A Ferrin [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
Sent: Tuesday, April 17, 2007 3:46 PM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Jaws help question



I believe you are referring to IE 7.0, not windows XP. XP support goes all
the way back to 4.51 actually. IE 7 support just started in 7.1.
David Ferrin
Consciousness is that annoying time between naps.
- Original Message - 
From: Jeffrey Greenlee [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
Sent: Tuesday, April 17, 2007 3:26 PM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Jaws help question



on the download page i think it tells you 7.1 is only for X P only. You have
to use 6.1 or earlier. Jeff
- Original Message - 
From: Stu [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: jaws jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
Sent: Tuesday, April 17, 2007 12:16 PM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Jaws help question



 Well folks I think I messed up something. I an using a 98 SE machine, Jaws
 7.1. When I do a insert f2 and arrow down to frame viewer and enter and
 tab
 to help and enter it says glossery page and i can't go any where after
 that.
 So I do a insert j and bring up the context menu and arrow to jaws topics
 and open that up and it says glossery page and I can't do any thing after
 that. What have I done and how can I fix it?
 Stu
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[JAWS-Users] Re: Email?

2007-04-09 Thread ANDREW GODWIN

I have Popcorn on a flash drive and use it when I visit my inlaws. It's not 
OE, but it certainly is easier then using the Verizon mail page to receive 
my messages.

- Original Message - 
From: Patricia [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
Sent: Monday, April 09, 2007 2:22 PM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Email?



Download it to my computer here you mean?
I thought that was just for a laptop or portable device?

Patricia
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From: David A Ferrin [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
Sent: Monday, April 09, 2007 12:57 PM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Email?



 Download the pop corn program and tutorial from the group web site. It
 will
 allow you to do that very thing, it's really slick how it works.
 David Ferrin
 www.jaws-users.com
 - Original Message - 
 From: Patricia [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: jaws help jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Sent: Monday, April 09, 2007 12:21 PM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Email?



 Is there a way for me to continue getting my emails while I'm out of
 town?
 Since I use outlook express, my guess would be no. So I'm thinking it has
 to
 be done through my server's web site, is this correct?

 Thanks,

 Patricia


 



 




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[JAWS-Users] Re: Running applications

2007-03-30 Thread ANDREW GODWIN

Are you using numpad 1 or number row 1? insert plus the number row 1 toggles 
keyboard help on and off.
- Original Message - 
From: Don Lorah [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
Sent: Friday, March 30, 2007 2:04 PM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Running applications



Thanks, rick,
Insert 1 gives no useful information, only move line and move character.
Don't know why.  Don
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From: Rick [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
Sent: Thursday, March 29, 2007 10:16 PM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Running applications



 Hi Don,
 Insert + F10.
 Don't forget about Insert +1, which will toggle keyboard help on, and off.
 This will allow you to find Jaws keystrokes.
 HTH,
 Richard Justice
 www.blind-computing.com
 - Original Message - 
 From: Don Lorah [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Sent: Thursday, March 29, 2007 10:13 PM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Running applications


 Will someone tell me the Jaws keystroke to hear the running applications??
 Thanks, Don



 


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[JAWS-Users] Re: Downloading Adobe Help

2007-03-28 Thread ANDREW GODWIN

Glad to help. Now don't have to much fun playing those videos. smile.
- Original Message - 
From: Patricia [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
Sent: Tuesday, March 27, 2007 5:18 PM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Downloading Adobe Help



Your steps for the Adobe helped me to download and install the flas player
version 9 even unchecking the yahoo tool bar..

Thank you so much!

Patricia

- Original Message - 
From: ANDREW GODWIN [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
Sent: Tuesday, March 27, 2007 4:11 PM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Downloading Adobe Help



 They're two separate applications. You should see a link for flash on the
 reader web page that will take you to the flash download page. Let me know
 if you need any further assistance and I'll do my best to help.

 HTH,
 Andrew
 - Original Message - 
 From: Patricia [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Sent: Tuesday, March 27, 2007 1:48 PM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Downloading Adobe Help



 I need some clearification regarding this and macro media flash player.
 The Adobe is strictly for reading PDF files? The player for listening to
 something on a web site..video or music?
 Now, is both items bundled together or seperate programs?
 Does one need to have one to have the other to work?

 Thanks,

 Patricia

 - Original Message - 
 From: ANDREW GODWIN [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Sent: Tuesday, March 27, 2007 12:39 PM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Downloading Adobe Help



 No problem, However, keep in mind, the directions may need to be changed
 when the next version is released
 - Original Message - 
 From: Patricia [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Sent: Tuesday, March 27, 2007 10:46 AM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Downloading Adobe Help



 Oh it was you!!!
 This I remember as soon as I started reading this! Thank you thank you
 for
 answering with this info again, it's going in a very safe place..

 Patricia

 - Original Message - 
 From: ANDREW GODWIN [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Sent: Tuesday, March 27, 2007 9:09 AM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Downloading Adobe Help



 Downloading and installing adobe reader 8



 Go to the below link:



 http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep3.html?option=fullorder=1type=language=Englishplatform=WinXPSP2esdcanbeused=1esdcanhandle=0hasjavascript=1getsconly=1getgtb=1x=0y=0



 Once the website loads, tap the letter X two times to move to the check
 box
 that says (free Google Toolbar) and tap the space bar to uncheck it.
 This
 will insure that you don't inadvertently download this annoying Toolbar.



 You then need to tap the letter B two times or until you move to the
 (download Adobe Reader button) and then tap enter to start the download
 process. If you hear a blupey sound, this means that the program is
 being
 blocked and you will need to hold down Alt and tap the letter N. then
 tap
 your applications key, down arrow to install and enter. This will tell
 your
 computer that it is OK to download the program.



 You then will receive a message asking if you would like to run or save
 this
 file. Up-arrow to run and enter. The download process will start. It may
 take a few minutes to download. When it is dun, you will be placed on a
 install now button, tap enter on this button. You now will be placed on
 a
 next button, tap enter on this button.  You now will be placed on
 another
 install button, enter on this button. Now just sit back and let it take
 care
 of it's self. When it has finished installing, you will be placed on a
 finish button. Just enter on this button to complete the install. Keep
 in
 mind at any time you would like to repeat the last prompt spoken, just
 use
 the JAWS repeat command insert plus tab.



 Now you will need to set up the program. The license agreement will pop
 up.
 Shift tab back to the except button and tap enter. Now an accessibility
 option screen will pop up, tab once to (use recommended settings and
 skip
 setup button) and then tap enter. Now all you need to do is use alt plus
 F4
 to close the program and the next time you receive a .PDF file you
 should
 be
 able to open it.


 - Original Message - 

 From: Patricia [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Sent: Monday, March 26, 2007 10:44 PM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Downloading Adobe Help



 Thanks. But when I did that microsoft internet I think it said blocked
 the
 download and I remember there was a way around that if you heard the
 blurb
 sound. Also, I remembered the instructions said to uncheck the google
 toolbar which I did first and after the download link was the rest
 already
 stated and this is what I need to know how to get around that step to
 continue in the download and install process..

 Patricia

 - Original Message - 
 From: Rick Justice [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: jaws-users

[JAWS-Users] Re: Downloading Adobe Help

2007-03-27 Thread ANDREW GODWIN

No problem, However, keep in mind, the directions may need to be changed 
when the next version is released
- Original Message - 
From: Patricia [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
Sent: Tuesday, March 27, 2007 10:46 AM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Downloading Adobe Help



Oh it was you!!!
This I remember as soon as I started reading this! Thank you thank you for
answering with this info again, it's going in a very safe place..

Patricia

- Original Message - 
From: ANDREW GODWIN [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
Sent: Tuesday, March 27, 2007 9:09 AM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Downloading Adobe Help



 Downloading and installing adobe reader 8



 Go to the below link:



 http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep3.html?option=fullorder=1type=language=Englishplatform=WinXPSP2esdcanbeused=1esdcanhandle=0hasjavascript=1getsconly=1getgtb=1x=0y=0



 Once the website loads, tap the letter X two times to move to the check
 box
 that says (free Google Toolbar) and tap the space bar to uncheck it. This
 will insure that you don't inadvertently download this annoying Toolbar.



 You then need to tap the letter B two times or until you move to the
 (download Adobe Reader button) and then tap enter to start the download
 process. If you hear a blupey sound, this means that the program is being
 blocked and you will need to hold down Alt and tap the letter N. then tap
 your applications key, down arrow to install and enter. This will tell
 your
 computer that it is OK to download the program.



 You then will receive a message asking if you would like to run or save
 this
 file. Up-arrow to run and enter. The download process will start. It may
 take a few minutes to download. When it is dun, you will be placed on a
 install now button, tap enter on this button. You now will be placed on a
 next button, tap enter on this button.  You now will be placed on another
 install button, enter on this button. Now just sit back and let it take
 care
 of it's self. When it has finished installing, you will be placed on a
 finish button. Just enter on this button to complete the install. Keep in
 mind at any time you would like to repeat the last prompt spoken, just use
 the JAWS repeat command insert plus tab.



 Now you will need to set up the program. The license agreement will pop
 up.
 Shift tab back to the except button and tap enter. Now an accessibility
 option screen will pop up, tab once to (use recommended settings and skip
 setup button) and then tap enter. Now all you need to do is use alt plus
 F4
 to close the program and the next time you receive a .PDF file you should
 be
 able to open it.


 - Original Message - 

 From: Patricia [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Sent: Monday, March 26, 2007 10:44 PM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Downloading Adobe Help



 Thanks. But when I did that microsoft internet I think it said blocked the
 download and I remember there was a way around that if you heard the blurb
 sound. Also, I remembered the instructions said to uncheck the google
 toolbar which I did first and after the download link was the rest already
 stated and this is what I need to know how to get around that step to
 continue in the download and install process..

 Patricia

 - Original Message - 
 From: Rick Justice [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Sent: Monday, March 26, 2007 8:31 PM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Downloading Adobe Help



 Hi Patricia,
 Go to the following:
 http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html
 Locate the continue button, and hit enter.
 Follow the instructions on the resulting page.
 HTH,
 Richard Justice
 www.blind-computing.com

 - Original Message - 
 From: Patricia [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: jaws help jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Sent: Monday, March 26, 2007 8:52 PM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Downloading Adobe Help



 Awhile back someone gave steps how to go about downloading Adobe with
 jaws
 and I need those steps again please!

 Thanks,

 Patricia





 




 




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[JAWS-Users] Re: Downloading Adobe Help

2007-03-27 Thread ANDREW GODWIN

They're two separate applications. You should see a link for flash on the 
reader web page that will take you to the flash download page. Let me know 
if you need any further assistance and I'll do my best to help.

HTH,
Andrew
- Original Message - 
From: Patricia [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
Sent: Tuesday, March 27, 2007 1:48 PM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Downloading Adobe Help



I need some clearification regarding this and macro media flash player.
The Adobe is strictly for reading PDF files? The player for listening to
something on a web site..video or music?
Now, is both items bundled together or seperate programs?
Does one need to have one to have the other to work?

Thanks,

Patricia

- Original Message - 
From: ANDREW GODWIN [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
Sent: Tuesday, March 27, 2007 12:39 PM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Downloading Adobe Help



 No problem, However, keep in mind, the directions may need to be changed
 when the next version is released
 - Original Message - 
 From: Patricia [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Sent: Tuesday, March 27, 2007 10:46 AM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Downloading Adobe Help



 Oh it was you!!!
 This I remember as soon as I started reading this! Thank you thank you for
 answering with this info again, it's going in a very safe place..

 Patricia

 - Original Message - 
 From: ANDREW GODWIN [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Sent: Tuesday, March 27, 2007 9:09 AM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Downloading Adobe Help



 Downloading and installing adobe reader 8



 Go to the below link:



 http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep3.html?option=fullorder=1type=language=Englishplatform=WinXPSP2esdcanbeused=1esdcanhandle=0hasjavascript=1getsconly=1getgtb=1x=0y=0



 Once the website loads, tap the letter X two times to move to the check
 box
 that says (free Google Toolbar) and tap the space bar to uncheck it. This
 will insure that you don't inadvertently download this annoying Toolbar.



 You then need to tap the letter B two times or until you move to the
 (download Adobe Reader button) and then tap enter to start the download
 process. If you hear a blupey sound, this means that the program is being
 blocked and you will need to hold down Alt and tap the letter N. then tap
 your applications key, down arrow to install and enter. This will tell
 your
 computer that it is OK to download the program.



 You then will receive a message asking if you would like to run or save
 this
 file. Up-arrow to run and enter. The download process will start. It may
 take a few minutes to download. When it is dun, you will be placed on a
 install now button, tap enter on this button. You now will be placed on a
 next button, tap enter on this button.  You now will be placed on another
 install button, enter on this button. Now just sit back and let it take
 care
 of it's self. When it has finished installing, you will be placed on a
 finish button. Just enter on this button to complete the install. Keep in
 mind at any time you would like to repeat the last prompt spoken, just
 use
 the JAWS repeat command insert plus tab.



 Now you will need to set up the program. The license agreement will pop
 up.
 Shift tab back to the except button and tap enter. Now an accessibility
 option screen will pop up, tab once to (use recommended settings and skip
 setup button) and then tap enter. Now all you need to do is use alt plus
 F4
 to close the program and the next time you receive a .PDF file you should
 be
 able to open it.


 - Original Message - 

 From: Patricia [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Sent: Monday, March 26, 2007 10:44 PM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Downloading Adobe Help



 Thanks. But when I did that microsoft internet I think it said blocked
 the
 download and I remember there was a way around that if you heard the
 blurb
 sound. Also, I remembered the instructions said to uncheck the google
 toolbar which I did first and after the download link was the rest
 already
 stated and this is what I need to know how to get around that step to
 continue in the download and install process..

 Patricia

 - Original Message - 
 From: Rick Justice [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Sent: Monday, March 26, 2007 8:31 PM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Downloading Adobe Help



 Hi Patricia,
 Go to the following:
 http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html
 Locate the continue button, and hit enter.
 Follow the instructions on the resulting page.
 HTH,
 Richard Justice
 www.blind-computing.com

 - Original Message - 
 From: Patricia [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: jaws help jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Sent: Monday, March 26, 2007 8:52 PM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Downloading Adobe Help



 Awhile back someone gave steps how to go about downloading Adobe with
 jaws
 and I need those

[JAWS-Users] Re: jaws and OE

2007-03-08 Thread ANDREW GODWIN

When it starts doing that dingging thing and you can't do any thing, Try 
using Alt plus space bar and then tap X to maximize the window.



- Original Message - 
From: Mich [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
Sent: Thursday, March 08, 2007 11:50 AM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: jaws and OE



hi yes when it is working properley then yes i can arrow through the e males
in the in box but when it starts doing the dingging thing then i can't do
anything.
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From: Patricia [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
Sent: Thursday, March 08, 2007 11:13 AM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: jaws and OE



 are you able to arrow to your emails in your inbox?
 Maybe you don' have OE setup to work best with jaws, check out the web
 site
 here for details on setting OE up..
 - Original Message - 
 From: Mich [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Sent: Thursday, March 08, 2007 10:10 AM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: jaws and OE



 hello yes that is what i am talking about yes but what happens is when
 jaws
 says boddem of windo and top of windo and then when i re start all it
 does
 when arrowing through the idems is ding and that's it hth.
 - Original Message - 
 From: david the wild_thing! [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Sent: Thursday, March 08, 2007 10:00 AM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: jaws and OE



 Hello;
 Mich;

 is this possibly what your refering too?

 ***


 Details of Selected Bulletin
 Bulletin Type: TSN

 Date Posted: 07/10/2006

 Product Name: JAWS

 Version: 7.10

 Category: Configuration Manager

 Short Description:

 How to permanently turn off the Top and Bottom Edge Alert

 Problem:

 When you are in a list view or in an application, your computer plays a
 sound when you reach the top or bottom of the list view or document. For
 example,
 in Notepad, if the cursor is positioned at the top of the file and you
 press
 the UP ARROW key, your computer plays a sound to notify you that you are
 at
 the top of the file and cannot move up any further.

 In the JAWS Verbosity settings, there is a setting for Top and Bottom
 Edge
 Alert, which is on by default. You can turn this setting off, and you
 will
 no
 longer hear the sounds to notify you if you are already at the top or
 bottom
 of the file or list view. However, there are some other areas of Windows
 where
 you will still hear the Top and Bottom Edge alerts. These alerts may be
 undesired or interfere with activities such as recording. If you want to
 disable
 all top and bottom edge alerts, it can be done by modifying the
 Default.jcf
 file.

 Solution:

 To permanently turn off Top and Bottom Edge Alerts, do the following:
 list of 8 items
 1. Open the Start menu and choose Programs or All Programs, JAWS 7.10,
 Explore JAWS, Explore Shared Settings.
 2. Locate the Default.jcf file
 3. Press the RIGHT CONTEXT MENU key, navigate to the Open With choice,
 and
 select Notepad.
 4. Press CTRL+F to open the Find dialog, type TopAndBottom and then
 press
 ENTER.
 5. Press ESC to close the Find dialog box. The cursor will be on the
 line
 of
 text that reads TopAndBottom Edge Alert=1.
 6. Delete the value of 1, and replace it with the number 0. The line
 should
 now read as TopAndBottom Edge=0.
 7. Save the file and exit Notepad.
 8. Restart JAWS for the change to take effect.

 I made this change, no clunking sounds, in lists, or top and bottom,
 documents.


 



 


 





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[JAWS-Users] Re: That fantom attachment thing revisited

2007-02-28 Thread ANDREW GODWIN

Greetings Doug,

If you are using AVG free, the below directions will most likely fix the 
problem.

Note: this does not disable your virus scanner in any way. The only thing it 
does is turn off the notice that your emails have been scanned by AVG anti 
virus.

1. Open AVG, tab once to the control center button and tap space bar.
2. Use alt plus V to open the view menu and down arrow to the components 
submenu icon and then tap enter.
3. Down arrow to the email scanner icon and then tap enter.
4. Tab to the configure button and then tap enter.
5. Tab to and uncheck the two Certify mail checkboxes.
6. Now tab to the OK button and enter and then tab to the OK button again 
and enter. This should have eliminated the problem and you now can close AVG 
Free with alt plus F4.

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To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
Sent: Tuesday, February 27, 2007 4:17 PM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] That fantom attachment thing revisited



Seems I tried what was suggested to get rid of the phantom attachments, to
no avail.
(Must have done something wrong.)
Can someone please re-iterate the instructions?
Am using jfw 8.1 on a win xp sp2 system.
Thanks in advance.




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[JAWS-Users] Re: Should I upgrade Jaws?

2007-02-23 Thread ANDREW GODWIN

I agree with David, JAWS 7.0 certainly was  one of the most stable versions 
in my opinion.
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Sent: Thursday, February 22, 2007 3:53 PM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Should I upgrade Jaws?



Personally I found version 7.0 to be wonderfully stable but not 7.1.
Currently I'm using 8.0 of jaws and I find it just fine as well.
David Ferrin
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Sent: Thursday, February 22, 2007 2:13 PM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Should I upgrade Jaws?


Hi All:

I am currently running Jaws 6.2, which is a very stable version of Jaws.  I
am licensed to be able to upgrade to Jaws 7.1.  My question is:  Based on
others experiences with 7.1, is it worth it?  The only real feature that I
would like is to be able to use Firefox with Jaws.  But, if 7.1 isn't as
stable as 6.2, then I don't need the headaches.

I will greatly appreciate any feedback.
John






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[JAWS-Users] Re: dvd shrink.

2007-02-07 Thread ANDREW GODWIN

I used the program several years ago and found it to  be some what JAWS user 
friendly . If I recall correctly, you can access most of the functions thru 
the menu's on the menu bar. I don't have the program any longer, so, 
hopefully some one else is using the program on this list and if not, you 
can refer to the programs help menu for any further assistance
- Original Message - 
From: stewartross [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
Sent: Wednesday, February 07, 2007 8:30 AM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] dvd shrink.



hi has anyone use a programme out there called dvd shrink? and how jaws
friendly is it?
from stewart ross
email me at
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[JAWS-Users] Re: MY MOST SINCERE THANKS

2007-01-31 Thread ANDREW GODWIN
John,

Glad to be of assistants, however, keep in mind, the adobe 8 download notes 
probably won't work for the next version of adobe that is released. Things like 
the website address and setup procedure most likely  will be different. 
  - Original Message - 
  From: John Justice 
  To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com 
  Sent: Wednesday, January 31, 2007 6:16 PM
  Subject: [JAWS-Users] MY MOST SINCERE THANKS


  Andrew, thank you so much for your detailed instructions for downloading and 
installing Adobe Acrobat 8.  I have saved the instructions since I'll bet I  
need them some other time.  Well done!  Well done indeed!

  John Justice 
  My job feeds my family, music feeds my soul.


  

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[JAWS-Users] Re: Adobe reader 8

2007-01-28 Thread ANDREW GODWIN

Glad to be of assistance.


- Original Message - 
From: one foxy lady [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
Sent: Saturday, January 27, 2007 2:42 PM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Adobe reader 8



Hi Andrew,

I followed your excellent steps here to the letter and installed this pretty
much without a hitch had to do pretty much as you stated here..
Thanks for the excellent steps wouldn't have had a clue as to how to do all
of this without your assistance. You are to be congradulated on providing
the steps for all of us like me who blunder through the path of less
experienced computer users..

Many Thanks!

Hailley

- Original Message - 
From: ANDREW GODWIN [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
Sent: Saturday, January 27, 2007 7:59 AM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Adobe reader 8


Downloading and installing adobe reader 8, You can download this program
from:



http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep3.html?option=fullorder=1type=language=Englishplatform=WinXPSP2esdcanbeused=1esdcanhandle=0hasjavascript=1getsconly=1getgtb=1x=0y=0



Once the website loads, tap the letter X two times to move to the check box
that says (free Google Toolbar) and tap the space bar to uncheck it. This
will insure that you don't inadvertently download this annoying Toolbar.



You then need to tap the letter B two times or until you move to the
(download Adobe Reader button) and then tap enter to start the download
process. If you hear a blupey sound, this means that the program is being
blocked and you will need to hold down Alt and tap the letter N. then tap
your applications key, down arrow to install and enter. This will tell your
computer that it is OK to download the program.



You then will receive a message asking if you would like to run or save this
file. Up-arrow to run and enter. The download process will start. It may
take a few minutes to download. When it is dun, you will be placed on a
install now button, tap enter on this button. You now will be placed on a
next button, tap enter on this button.  You now will be placed on another
install button, enter on this button. Now just sit back and let it take care
of it's self. When it has finished installing, you will be placed on a
finish button. Just enter on this button to complete the install. Keep in
mind at any time you would like to repeat the last prompt spoken, just use
the JAWS repeat command insert plus tab.



Now you will need to set up the program. The license agreement will pop up.
Shift tab back to the except button and tap enter. Now an accessibility
option screen will pop up all you need to do hear is tab once to (use
recommended settings and skip setup button) and then tap enter. Now all you
need to do is use alt plus F4 to close the program and the next time you
receive a .PDF file you should be able to open it.


I hope these directions are clear, I put them together in about 10 minutes.

  - Original Message - 
  From: Maria Campbell
  To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
  Sent: Friday, January 26, 2007 7:40 PM
  Subject: [JAWS-Users] Adobe reader 8


  Could someone please send again the link for downloading Adobe Reader 8?
  Thank you.


  Sunny Day
  Maria Campbell
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[JAWS-Users] Re: Adobe reader 8

2007-01-27 Thread ANDREW GODWIN
Downloading and installing adobe reader 8, You can download this program from: 



http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep3.html?option=fullorder=1type=language=Englishplatform=WinXPSP2esdcanbeused=1esdcanhandle=0hasjavascript=1getsconly=1getgtb=1x=0y=0
 

 

Once the website loads, tap the letter X two times to move to the check box 
that says (free Google Toolbar) and tap the space bar to uncheck it. This will 
insure that you don't inadvertently download this annoying Toolbar.



You then need to tap the letter B two times or until you move to the (download 
Adobe Reader button) and then tap enter to start the download process. If you 
hear a blupey sound, this means that the program is being blocked and you will 
need to hold down Alt and tap the letter N. then tap your applications key, 
down arrow to install and enter. This will tell your computer that it is OK to 
download the program.



You then will receive a message asking if you would like to run or save this 
file. Up-arrow to run and enter. The download process will start. It may take a 
few minutes to download. When it is dun, you will be placed on a install now 
button, tap enter on this button. You now will be placed on a next button, tap 
enter on this button.  You now will be placed on another install button, enter 
on this button. Now just sit back and let it take care of it's self. When it 
has finished installing, you will be placed on a finish button. Just enter on 
this button to complete the install. Keep in mind at any time you would like to 
repeat the last prompt spoken, just use the JAWS repeat command insert plus tab.



Now you will need to set up the program. The license agreement will pop up. 
Shift tab back to the except button and tap enter. Now an accessibility option 
screen will pop up all you need to do hear is tab once to (use recommended 
settings and skip setup button) and then tap enter. Now all you need to do is 
use alt plus F4 to close the program and the next time you receive a .PDF file 
you should be able to open it.


I hope these directions are clear, I put them together in about 10 minutes. 

  - Original Message - 
  From: Maria Campbell 
  To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com 
  Sent: Friday, January 26, 2007 7:40 PM
  Subject: [JAWS-Users] Adobe reader 8


  Could someone please send again the link for downloading Adobe Reader 8?
  Thank you.


  Sunny Day
  Maria Campbell
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[JAWS-Users] Re: Adobe reader 8

2007-01-27 Thread Andrew Godwin
Glad to help, Hope your friend finds them useful.
  - Original Message - 
  From: Maria Campbell 
  To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com 
  Sent: Saturday, January 27, 2007 11:18 AM
  Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Adobe reader 8


  Thanks a million, Andrew.
  I already have Adobe Reader 8, but had forgotten where I got it.
  These wonderful directions are going to a friend who has a love/hate 
relationship with computers.
  Hopefully, she will have an easy time with this. 


  Sunny Day
  Maria Campbell
  [EMAIL PROTECTED]

  rules to be happy: 
  1. Free your heart from hatred. 
  2. Free your mind from worries. 
  3. Live simply. 
  4. Give more. 
  5. Expect less.

- Original Message - 
From: ANDREW GODWIN 
To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com 
Sent: Saturday, January 27, 2007 8:59 AM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Adobe reader 8


Downloading and installing adobe reader 8, You can download this program 
from: 




http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep3.html?option=fullorder=1type=language=Englishplatform=WinXPSP2esdcanbeused=1esdcanhandle=0hasjavascript=1getsconly=1getgtb=1x=0y=0
 

 

Once the website loads, tap the letter X two times to move to the check box 
that says (free Google Toolbar) and tap the space bar to uncheck it. This will 
insure that you don't inadvertently download this annoying Toolbar.



You then need to tap the letter B two times or until you move to the 
(download Adobe Reader button) and then tap enter to start the download 
process. If you hear a blupey sound, this means that the program is being 
blocked and you will need to hold down Alt and tap the letter N. then tap your 
applications key, down arrow to install and enter. This will tell your computer 
that it is OK to download the program.



You then will receive a message asking if you would like to run or save 
this file. Up-arrow to run and enter. The download process will start. It may 
take a few minutes to download. When it is dun, you will be placed on a install 
now button, tap enter on this button. You now will be placed on a next button, 
tap enter on this button.  You now will be placed on another install button, 
enter on this button. Now just sit back and let it take care of it's self. When 
it has finished installing, you will be placed on a finish button. Just enter 
on this button to complete the install. Keep in mind at any time you would like 
to repeat the last prompt spoken, just use the JAWS repeat command insert plus 
tab.



Now you will need to set up the program. The license agreement will pop up. 
Shift tab back to the except button and tap enter. Now an accessibility option 
screen will pop up all you need to do hear is tab once to (use recommended 
settings and skip setup button) and then tap enter. Now all you need to do is 
use alt plus F4 to close the program and the next time you receive a .PDF file 
you should be able to open it.


I hope these directions are clear, I put them together in about 10 minutes. 

  - Original Message - 
  From: Maria Campbell 
  To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com 
  Sent: Friday, January 26, 2007 7:40 PM
  Subject: [JAWS-Users] Adobe reader 8


  Could someone please send again the link for downloading Adobe Reader 8?
  Thank you.


  Sunny Day
  Maria Campbell
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  2. Free your mind from worries. 
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[JAWS-Users] Re: Having Trouble With A Web Site

2007-01-25 Thread ANDREW GODWIN

The JAWS bypass key command is Insert plus number row 3 not numpad 3. Hope 
this helps.
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Sent: Thursday, January 25, 2007 1:27 PM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Having Trouble With A Web Site



Hey Bill,

I tried the Insert + 3 on the numpad and nothing happened.  The only way 
that I can get that site to
work is to unload JAWS.  Am I still doing something wrong?  Thanks for all 
of your help.

See ya,
Scooter



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[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Bill Gallik
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To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Having Trouble With A Web Site



The problem with this web page is that if you have JAWS running and you
enter in any of the numbers JAWS presumes that you are looking for a heading
level equivalent to the number you entered.  You need to use the Pass Key
Through feature of JAWS; you do this by pressing JAWS Key+3 (on the
number pad).  Then if you enter in the number of your choice the web site
will act appropriately.

I suppose there are other ways around this little glitch from JAWS such as
unloading JAWS while on this web page or putting JAWS in sleep mode but
that has other ramifications that I prefer to avoid.

Bill Gallik
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[JAWS-Users] Re: Having Trouble With A Web Site

2007-01-25 Thread ANDREW GODWIN

Know problem, Glad to be of assistance.
- Original Message - 
From: Donnie Parrett [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
Sent: Thursday, January 25, 2007 2:31 PM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Having Trouble With A Web Site



Hey Andrew,

Thanks a million.  It finally worked!

See ya,
Scooter



Contact me at:
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1956 Asa Flat Road
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Sent: Thursday, January 25, 2007 2:19 PM
To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Having Trouble With A Web Site



The JAWS bypass key command is Insert plus number row 3 not numpad 3. Hope
this helps.
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From: Donnie Parrett [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
Sent: Thursday, January 25, 2007 1:27 PM
Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Having Trouble With A Web Site



Hey Bill,

I tried the Insert + 3 on the numpad and nothing happened.  The only way
that I can get that site to
work is to unload JAWS.  Am I still doing something wrong?  Thanks for all
of your help.

See ya,
Scooter



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The problem with this web page is that if you have JAWS running and you
enter in any of the numbers JAWS presumes that you are looking for a heading
level equivalent to the number you entered.  You need to use the Pass Key
Through feature of JAWS; you do this by pressing JAWS Key+3 (on the
number pad).  Then if you enter in the number of your choice the web site
will act appropriately.

I suppose there are other ways around this little glitch from JAWS such as
unloading JAWS while on this web page or putting JAWS in sleep mode but
that has other ramifications that I prefer to avoid.

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[JAWS-Users] Re: Having Trouble With A Web Site

2007-01-25 Thread ANDREW GODWIN

The insert Plus number row 3 bypass key command only allows one key to be 
past thru. If you need to pass another one thru you must perform the bypass 
key command again.
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Okay...dumb question?

After the insert plus 3...then do you do the same thing to return JAWS to
its original function?

I went to the start list and restarted JAWS...this other method sounds
easier.

How does it work on the finish part of the game?

Ch
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 Hey Cathy,

 Andrew told me about the Insert + the number 3 on the number row.  I tried
 that and it works
 perfectly.

 See ya,
 Scooter



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 1956 Asa Flat Road
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 Cell #  606-438-2557
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 Donnie,

 That is how I got it to work...unloaded JAWS.

 CH
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 Sent: Thursday, January 25, 2007 1:27 PM
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Having Trouble With A Web Site



 Hey Bill,

 I tried the Insert + 3 on the numpad and nothing happened.  The only way
 that I can get that site to
 work is to unload JAWS.  Am I still doing something wrong?  Thanks for
 all
 of your help.

 See ya,
 Scooter



 Contact me at:
 Donnie Parrett
 1956 Asa Flat Road
 Annville, KY  40402
 Home #  606-364-3321
 Cell #  606-438-2557
 Church #  606-364-PRAY
 Email  [EMAIL PROTECTED]

 -Original Message-
 From: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Bill Gallik
 Sent: Thursday, January 25, 2007 9:36 AM
 To: jaws-users-list@googlegroups.com
 Subject: [JAWS-Users] Re: Having Trouble With A Web Site



 The problem with this web page is that if you have JAWS running and you
 enter in any of the numbers JAWS presumes that you are looking for a
 heading
 level equivalent to the number you entered.  You need to use the Pass
 Key
 Through feature of JAWS; you do this by pressing JAWS Key+3 (on the
 number pad).  Then if you enter in the number of your choice the web site
 will act appropriately.

 I suppose there are other ways around this little glitch from JAWS such
 as
 unloading JAWS while on this web page or putting JAWS in sleep mode but
 that has other ramifications that I prefer to avoid.
 
 Bill Gallik
 E-Mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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 run.
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[JAWS-Users] Re: Tables in Word

2007-01-17 Thread ANDREW GODWIN

Greetings Andy,

I found the below info in the JAWS help menu.
HTH, Andrew
Tables in Word

JAWS detects when you move into, out of, and within a table (from row to row 
or column to column) and even warns you when you TAB into the last cell. 
JAWS
also indicates when the number of columns changes from one row to another. 
Table detection includes nested tables.

Press CTRL+INSERT+T to list all tables in the document. The list shows each 
table and its dimensions. Select the table you want, and press ENTER to move
to it. The insertion point is placed in the first cell of the table, or in 
the first form field in the table if the document is protected.

Reading Tables

In Word, once in a table, press TAB to move to the next cell, and press 
SHIFT+TAB to move to the prior cell. The JAWS standard commands for reading 
tables
are also supported. Refer to
Using JAWS to Navigate Tables.

To read a table row, press ALT+INSERT+R. To read a table column, press 
ALT+INSERT+C.

Column and Row Titles

JAWS can be set to automatically announce the title of columns and/or rows 
as you move through tables. To configure row and/or column title reading:

list of 4 items
1. Move to the column or row that contains the titles. If you are setting 
both column and row titles, move to the cell where the column and row 
containing
the titles intersect.
2. Press INSERT+V to open the Adjust JAWS Verbosity dialog.
3. Move to Set Row Titles Column to specify row titles are within the 
current column. Move to Set Column Titles Row to specify that column titles 
are within
the current row.
4. Press ENTER to close the dialog.
list end

The Title Reading verbosity item is automatically set based on whether you 
configured row titles, column titles, or both. If you feel you are receiving
too much information, return to the Adjust JAWS Verbosity dialog, move to 
Title reading, and select the setting you want to use. The available 
settings
are:

list of 4 items
. Read No Titles
. Read Column Titles
. Read Row Titles
. Read Both Titles
list end

To reread a column title, press ALT+INSERT+SHIFT+C and to reread a row 
title, press ALT+INSERT+SHIFT+R.

To reset the row and column title definitions to the default and turn off 
title reading, open the Adjust JAWS Verbosity dialog, move to Clear Title 
Definitions,
and press SPACEBAR.

Non Uniform Tables

Non uniform tables are tables with rows that span more than one column, or 
columns that span more than one row. JAWS can provide detailed information 
about
the table that can help you navigate and get oriented. If you do not want to 
hear this information, press INSERT+V, select Table Description, and press
the SPACEBAR to choose Off. This setting is retained even after you quit 
Word.

While Table Description is on, JAWS informs you when you move into a 
non-uniform table. You can then press INSERT+F1 to learn more about the 
table. If the
table contains merged columns, JAWS says, At least one cell in this table 
spans more than one column. If the table contains merged rows, JAWS says, 
At
least one cell in this table spans more than one row.

Tables with Merged Columns

If a table has merged cells that span one or more columns and Table 
Description is on, JAWS announces when the number of columns changes as you 
move from
row to row with ALT+CTRL+UP or DOWN ARROW. For example, in a table with 
eight columns, if you move from a regular cell to a cell that spans five 
columns,
JAWS says, Number of columns changed from eight to four.

If you set a row to be used for column headers that contains a non uniform 
number of cells, JAWS cannot properly associate the column headers. For 
example,
if you have a table with eight columns, but the first row contains only four 
cells, and you assign that row for column headers, JAWS does not read the
column headers, but only states the position within the table.

If the first or last rows contain differing numbers of cells from the other 
rows in a table, it may not be possible for JAWS to identify the top or 
bottom
of a column. In this case, if you use the commands to move to the top or 
bottom of a column, ALT+CTRL+SHIFT+UP ARROW and ALT+CTRL+SHIFT+DOWN ARROW, 
JAWS
announces that the move cannot be made, and the insertion point is not 
moved.

Tables with Merged Rows

A table may have columns that span multiple rows. JAWS does not indicate 
when you have moved from a regular cell into a cell that spans multiple 
rows. In
addition, you cannot use ALT+CTRL+UP or DOWN ARROW to navigate a table with 
merged rows. If the table also has both merged rows and merged columns, you
may not be able to use ALT+CTRL+RIGHT or LEFT ARROW to navigate the table 
either. Instead, use TAB and SHIFT+TAB to move through the table cells.

Creating Accessible Tables

You can create accessible tables for JAWS 6.0 or later solely by using 
functionality available in Microsoft Word. This means that even those who do 
not
use JAWS can mark table row and/or column headings for 

[JAWS-Users] printing business cards using JAWS?

2007-01-11 Thread ANDREW GODWIN
Greetings All, Was wondering if any one could answer the below question 
from a friend. He is using XP with JAWS and MS Word 2003.

How would one go about printing business cards with a computer and a printer? 
Is there a program for doing such a thing?

Thanks,
Andrew 

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[JAWS-Users] Re: real speak voices in jaws 8

2007-01-03 Thread ANDREW GODWIN

It is my understanding that the only way to get the voices is to purchase JAWS 
8 and you then will receive a CD with the real speak voices along with the JAWS 
CD.
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 Hi listers, I downloaded the jaws 8.0, demo 
 from the freedomscientific web site, 
 I want to try the real speak voices, Please, tell me from where can I get these voices for demo purposes...
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[JAWS-Users] Re: Multiple Selections in an Extended List Box with IE

2006-12-20 Thread ANDREW GODWIN


Great, glad to hear it.
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Thanks Andrew, that worked like a champ!

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[JAWS-Users] Windows Media player 11 volume control

2006-12-11 Thread ANDREW GODWIN

Greetings all,



I downloaded Windows Media player 11, and found that F9 and F10 no 
longer work to control the volume of a file. Any and all suggestions are 
welcome.



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[JAWS-Users] Re: Windows Media player 11 volume control

2006-12-11 Thread ANDREW GODWIN

Yes, that does work. I looked at the JAWS hot key list for Windows Media 
player and it said F9 and F10. But you are correct it is now F8 and F9. 
Thanks,
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Perhaps with F8 and F9 possible?




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