Noreen, please consider giving the following a try: First, open the E-mail with the attachment Second, press Shift+Tab and the cursor should move to the general area where the attachment is Third, use the right or left arrow to locate the attached document; if you wish to open it, press the <enter> key and follow the prompts Fourth, if you wish to save the attachment, press the Applications Key or Shift+F10, then arrow down to Save As, whack <enter> and follow the prompts.
This is how I've find attachments using Outlook, no idea if it differs with another mail reader. It also does not matter for me which screen reader I'm using. Sometimes, at least for me, the screen reader would alert me about an attachment only for me to find out that there isn't an attachment of any kind. I don't know why that is! In general though, when there is an attachment, it is located between the subject header and the body of the message. Sincerely, Olusegun Denver, Colorado _______________________________________________ Any views or opinions presented in this email are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of Ai Squared. For membership options, visit http://lists.window-eyes.com/options.cgi/talk-window-eyes.com/archive%40mail-archive.com. For subscription options, visit http://lists.window-eyes.com/listinfo.cgi/talk-window-eyes.com List archives can be found at http://lists.window-eyes.com/private.cgi/talk-window-eyes.com