RE: Reply to sender

Hello Shannon,

I'm looking for the same information. Except I'm looking for outlook.
Hopefully someone will be able to get back to us.
I can't imagine O E and Outlook setting would be much different.
Take care,

Roger Bachelder

Hi, if anyone can assist me on creating a reply to sender key stroke would 
sure appreciate it.  Am using JFW 6.20 with windows XP home.  Am using 
outlook express and under that in jaws keyboard there says none for reply to

sender.
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Roger Bachelder" <bachelder3@xxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, January 23, 2007 9:24 AM
Subject: RE: Reply to sender


> Hello Steve,
>
> You certainly pointed me in the right direction. On the reply to sender, 
> it
> says none.
> Just want to note, I'm using Outlook. In case it matters for a key 
> setting.
> Does anyone know how to create this key combination?
>
> Thanks for the help Steve.
> Roger Bachelder
>
>
>
> Hey Roger lets give this a try. Hit insert f2 and down arrow to key board
> manager. You will hear it say outlook express 1 of 92 or something like
> that. tab once and you will be in a list of the keys and what they do. hit
> the letter r and you will hear some read commands. then down arrow and see
> if you find reply directly to sender. It should say what key combination
> makes it work. If it says "none" then we have to create one and I am not
> sure how to do it. I just did it once and was able to do it by tabbing
> around. But someone else can tell us how to do it. Lets just see if you 
> have
>
> A key stroke listed there.
>
> Hello everyone,
>>
>> First of all, Thanks Judith, Adrian and Yardbird for getting back to me.
>> I'm going to write below what is happening with all of the suggestions.
>> Hopefully I'm missing something simple.
>> When I replied to Judith, I used the Control Shift, R keystroke.
>> Unfortunately, the message was sent to the list.
>> When I do the Insert, shift, R keystroke. I get a ding. I'm guessing this
>> is
>> because, I'm using Jaws 7.0.
>> When I have a message open, and I do a Control R, and start tabbing down
>> to
>> see the original senders address, the size of the message starts to
>> change.
>> Either way I try, I can't get jaws to say, replying directly to Sender.
>> Does anyone have any suggestions?
>> Thanks again for all of the help.
>> It's much appreciated.
>>
>> Roger Bachelder
>>
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