Re: Getting Out of a Table With Jaws

Earl,
I'm a little confused, because I've never felt stuck in a table as you 
describe.  You can arrow down to get past it, and explore what's below, or 
you can press a key like H for header, P for paragraph, N for next 
occurrence of text that isn't the name of a link, and other keystrokes 
people here know more of, probably.  In any case, you are never stuck inside 
a table.  I wish I knew why you felt trapped.  But try playing with your 
down arrow key, with these navigation commands (at least in later versions 
of Jaws), and try again.
.or you can
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Earle" <e.zwicker@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Thursday, April 14, 2005 4:10 AM
Subject: Getting Out of a Table With Jaws


There are times when I'm on the net and find myself in a table, is there a 
keystroke to skip passed
the table, and get to the material below it?  I thought the N command would 
do it, but it doesn't
always work.  In fact, most of the time it won't.
Earle

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