Re: JFW and Microsoft Word.

There's no way you should be able to use up 512 MEGs in windows 98SE unless 
you have some real gamer over there, sighted or you run a lot of stuff on 
that computer. I had 256 with SE for years and didn't use half of that.
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "George Marshall" <geom4@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Thursday, December 09, 2004 1:24 PM
Subject: Re: JFW and Microsoft Word.


> Thanks David all of my options were set as you suggested.  I am beginning 
> to
> think my word problems may have something to do with memory.  As I said
> before I am running Windows98(SE), 512 MEGS OF MEMORY, AN amd 2.0 MHZ
> PROCESSOR CHIP.  DAVID i HAVE TURNED OFF EVERYTHING i DARE TO IN THE
> "MSCONFIG" START-UP.  I only boot up with resources in the mid 60's and 
> when
> the machine is on for a while it drops to the mid 40's.
> Thanks,
> George R. Marshall
> geom4@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "david the wildthing" <d.h.whitehead@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
> To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Tuesday, December 07, 2004 9:42 AM
> Subject: Re: JFW and Microsoft Word.
>
>
> Hi, George;
>
> have you tried any of these settings?
>
> To optimize Jaws performance in Word 2000, try configuring these items in
> Word.
>
> Change the View to Normal
> 1. Press Alt V to bring up the View menu
> 2. Press Enter on Normal
>
> Change the Zoom to 75 percent:
> 1. Press Alt V to activate the View menu
> 2. Arrow down to Zoom and press Enter
> 3. Use the up and down arrow keys to look for 75 percent.  Then press 
> Enter.
>
> Turn off Screen Tips:
> 1. Press Alt T to activate the Tools Menu
> 2. Arrow down to Options and press Enter
> 3. Make sure you are on the View Tab.  To do this, press Shift plus Tab 
> and
> if it is on View, you are in the right place.  If it isn't on View, use 
> the
> left and right arrow keys to locate View.
> 4. Tab to Screen Tips and uncheck this box by pressing the space bar.
> 5. Press Enter.
>
> Turn off animated Text:
> 1. Press alt T to activate the Tools menu
> 2. Arrow down to Options and press Enter
> 6. Make sure you are on the View Tab.  To do this, press Shift plus Tab 
> and
> if it is on View, you are in the right place.  If it isn't use the left 
> and
> right arrow keys to locate View.
> 7. Tab to animate text and uncheck this box by pressing the space bar.
> 8. Press Enter
>
> Turn off Provide Feedback with Animation:
> 1. Press Alt T to activate the Tools Menu.
> 2. Arrow down to Options and press Enter.
> 3. Press Control Tab to move to the General Page Tab.
> 4. Tab to Provide Feedback with animation and uncheck this box by pressing
> the space bar.
> 5. Press Enter.
>
> Do one of the following 2 steps of getting the Clipboard Toolbar out of 
> the
> way:
>
> 1. Turn off Clipboard Toolbar or
> 2. Dock the Clipboard so that it won't be in the way.
>
> Turning off the Clipboard Toolbar:
> 1. Press Alt plus V to activate the View menu.
> 2. Arrow down to Toolbars and press Enter.
> 3. Arrow down to Clipboard and if it says that it is checked, press Enter 
> to
> turn it off.
>
> Docking the Clipboard menu:
> Before completing the steps below to dock the clipboard toolbar, this
> toolbar must be on the screen.  To do this, be sure that the toolbar is
> turned on and then copy or cut some text from within a Word document. 
> Then
> follow the steps below.
> 1. Route the Jaws to PC by pressing an Insert plus Minus.  (the minus key 
> is
> the top right key on the number pad.)
> 2. Arrow up and down until you hear Jaws say something about the clipboard
> toolbar.  It should say something like, Clipboard 1 of 12, Close button.
> 3. Move word by word until the cursor is on the word Clipboard.
> 4. Press the left mouse button twice.  (the Left mouse button is the 
> Number
> pad slash which is to the right of the Num lock key.)
> 5. Pres the Plus key to activate the PC cursor.  (the plus is located
> underneath the minus on the number pad.)
> 6. Now the Clipboard will no longer float in the middle of the document. 
> To
> access this toolbar, press Alt to activate the menu bar then press control
> tab one time.  To move among the buttons on the toolbar, use the left and
> right arrow keys.
>
> This last option is just a matter of preference.  Word 2000 is set to only
> display commonly used commands on the menu.  When a menu is activated, 
> only
> a few commands are shown for a few seconds, then after waiting a few
> seconds, the rest of the menu options appear.  If you want to turn this
> feature off so that the menus will always display all of the options,
> complete the steps below:
> 1. Press Alt T to activate the Tools menu.
> 2. Arrow down to Customize and press Enter.
> 3. Tab to Show recently Used Menu Items First and uncheck this box by
> pressing the spacebar.
> 4. Press Enter.
>
> http://jfwlite.com/messagesword.html
>
>
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