[icon-discuss] Re: Address book question

I realize that.  I was just trying to point out that in the real world, things 
are done alphabetically, last name first.  



Pamela Rader, TECHNICAL SUPPORT
American Printing House For The Blind
1839 Frankfort Ave.
Louisville, KY  40206

PHONE:  1-800-223-1839, Ext. 307


>>> staceyr75@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 02/21/08 08:24AM >>>
Hi Pam,
Well, It doesn't make sense to me this way.
I'm changing everything around so that first and last name are in the last 
name field.
That's the only way I could get it to pronounce things the way I like them.


Stacey Robinson and GEB dog Chesley
In Tennessee.
staceyr75@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "PAMELA RADER" <PRADER@xxxxxxx>
To: <icon-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Thursday, February 21, 2008 7:17 AM
Subject: [icon-discuss] Re: Address book question


No.  It used to be that way and then it was changed.  If you think about it, 
it makes more sense this way.  If you were sighted and could look up a 
number in a phone book, you would look it up by last names.



Pamela Rader, TECHNICAL SUPPORT
American Printing House For The Blind
1839 Frankfort Ave.
Louisville, KY  40206

PHONE:  1-800-223-1839, Ext. 307


>>> staceyr75@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 02/21/08 08:14AM >>>
Hi,
Are there any plans to change the way the address sorts names so that
Addresses are sorted by first name?
I'm having trouble keeping addresses organized on my braille plus.

Stacey Robinson and GEB dog Chesley
In Tennessee.
staceyr75@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 










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