Can you see the buttons outside the links list? If you can, try right clicking--single or double. I had an HP page like that, which drove me bonkers a couple of months ago,and finally got the desired result by double right clicking. Ted -----Original Message----- From: jfw-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:jfw-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Judith Bron Sent: Monday, January 15, 2007 11:15 AM To: jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: Re: Problem with reading a web page Angel, You are right. I did an insert f7 for the links list and the buttons came up and jaws announced each button as a link. I think you should get in touch with the web designer to voice your regret that this site is totally inaccessible. Judith ----- Original Message ----- From: Angel <mailto:Angel238@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> To: jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Monday, January 15, 2007 10:10 AM Subject: Problem with reading a web page I went up to the NAC home page just to read their annual report, and to determine which were their members. There were no links, only buttons, on the page, with the exception of the e-mail address of the executive director. When clicking on any button, the item to which the button refers is never brought up. I am using jaws 8 on an xp machine. I also press the letter b to determine whether, in truth, there were buttons on the page, and jaws said there were none. How does one read the things indicated by the buttons. The address of the page is www.nacasb.org You would think if this is an acredetiting counsel for agencies serving the visually impaired, it's web page should be able to be read by those whom it's accredited agencies serve?