Re:Google docs and spreadsheets
- From: "Amar Jain" <amarjain@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 26 Mar 2011 12:15:26 +0530
Hi Dave, Now I completely understood your point... I am using J12, and I could access the menues using jaws curser. Will try the things, and will trouble you once more if required. Thanks a lot for nice suggestion. Regards Amar Jain. RE: Re:Google docs and Spreadsheets ---------------------------------------------------------------------- From: "Marquette, Ed" <Ed.Marquette@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Date: Fri, 25 Mar 2011 22:00:18 -0500 Subject: RE: Re:Google docs and Spreadsheets OK. You are mostly guessing. Just to be certain, I checked with Freedom Scientific support by phone today. I was told that Google Docs is not accessible, with either JAWS 11 or JAWS 12. That is the same report I received from the other major screen reader makers and the same report I received from "support" at Freedom Scientific's email help system. . The Google Docs help system, which has a section specifically addressed to screen reader users, appears to be a complete fraud. If you use the JAWS cursor, you can get the mouse up to the file menu. Warning, this is not Explorer's menu or FireFox's menu. It is the Google Docs menu. It appears below the browser's menu. If you double click on file, a drop down menu will appear. By playing around, you may be able to find an export choice. I think it works sometimes. I couldn't get it to work tonight. I'm told that you can export to a file which can be read and edited by Excel. I noted that, on the same File menu, there was an import option, which I am told permits one to import Excel documents. I think I would rather try to catch butterflies with a pair of tweezers than edit something with Google Docs. ________________________________ From: jfw-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:jfw-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Amar Jain Sent: Friday, March 25, 2011 5:59 PM To: jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: Re:Google docs and Spreadsheets Hi Dave, Well my previous mail did not hit to the list. Asking basic questions here, as my basics are not clear with google docs: When my company gives me a link which has excel sheet, and I am required to fill in the data, now going by your suggestion I will first export that. So, how do I go about exporting the sheet. Second, once exported and data filled using excel, how do I re-upload the same sheet in a way that the same link which I got can be used to access the changed sheet? Is the second thing mentioned above really possible? Because otherwise giving the fresh link will be troublesome. Any ideas are welcomed. Regards Amar Jain.
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