Re: Reply to sender

Good evening:  What version of Outlook Express are you using>?  The reason for 
questioning you on this matter, is I don't see what you are referring to on 
step6.  I go from the place that I assign the key strock to ok or concil by 
tabbing.  In order to take any action in this script the enter key is required.
Your Friend
Dave

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: G.W. Cox 
  To: jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
  Sent: Tuesday, January 23, 2007 7:43 PM
  Subject: Re: Reply to sender


  Control, shift Q is a hot key to list open tab pages in Internet Explorer 7. 
  This is from an old message...
  In JAWS 7, there are new scripts in both the Outlook and
  Outlook Express script files that, when enabled, allow you to reply 
  directly
  to the individual who sent a message to a list without replying to the 
  whole
  list. The scripts are named ReplyDirectlyToSender and here's how to 
  enable
  them:

  1. Open your e-mail program, Outlook or Outlook Express. This function 
  is
  not available to Eudora users.
  2. Press INSERT+8 to open the Keyboard Manager.
  3. If necessary, press TAB once to move focus into the list if 
  individual
  scripts within the script source file.
  4. In the list of scripts, locate the ReplyDirectlyToSender script.
  5. Press CTRL+A to assign a keystroke to this script. I used 
  CTRL+SHIFT+A
  since it wasn't assigned to anything else, but you can use any other
  unassigned keystroke.
  6. Press TAB once and uncheck the check box that asks if you want to 
  assign
  the keystroke only to whatever keyboard configuration (desktop or 
  laptop)
  you're using.
  7. TAB to the OK button and press ENTER.
  8. Press ENTER again to save and exit.
   
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Roger Bachelder 
  To: jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
  Sent: Tuesday, January 23, 2007 6:21 PM
  Subject: Reply to sender


  Hello everyone,

   

  I did get the reply to all working again. But I'm back to the original 
problem. Chris, I even tried a Control, Shift, Q, for the hell of it. And I got 
the same response, Jaws said, reply directly to sender. And when I shift tabbed 
to the to field, it said, jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx

  And I know    there is no command in Outlook with Control, shift, Q, as a 
keystroke.

  I'm most likely not going to post this question again. But, if anyone can 
help me with this issue, or have any suggestions, I'd really like to hear them.

   

  Thank you all for trying to help.

  Very much appreciated.

   

  Roger Bachelder

   

  mailto:bachelder3@xxxxxxxxxxx



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