Re: Using the Proof Reading Schemes

Hi, Yes you do.  You must be in a word document to invoke word  commands.
Judith
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From: "harry bates" <hdbates@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, September 11, 2005 11:55 AM
Subject: Re: Using the Proof Reading Schemes


> /Do you do this while in an MS Word document?
> When pressing keys consecutively would it read jaws key+/+alts
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "G.W. Cox" <gwcox2@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Sunday, September 04, 2005 8:45 PM
> Subject: Re: Using the Proof Reading Schemes
>
>
> > Hit Jaws key/alt/s and arrow to classic. Then hit enter.
> > ----- Original Message -----
> >    From: "Judith Bron" <jbron@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> > To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> > Sent: Sunday, September 04, 2005 6:24 PM
> > Subject: Re: Using the Proof Reading Schemes
> >
> >
> > Yesterday I used the stroke Jaws key/alt/s.  I just did it to see what
> > would
> > happen and today it is still using different pitches for quotes and
> > announcing capitol letters without pitch change.  I went back and hit
> > cancel
> > while in the scheme but I'm still getting the scheme while editting a
> > document.  Help!  What can I do to get out of proof scheme?  Thanks,
> > Judith
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: "Edward Marquette" <emarquette@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> > To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> > Sent: Wednesday, July 27, 2005 11:08 PM
> > Subject: Using the Proof Reading Schemes
> >
> >
> >>
> >> There was an earlier thread speaking about the easiest way to do
> > proofreading in Microsoft Word.  In one post, I made several
> > suggestions,
> > offering different alternatives, depending upon individual preferences.
> > Unfortunately, the thread wondered way off topic.
> >> Just before the end of the thread's life, someone wrote in perplexed
> >> about
> > the purpose of using the Alt-JAWS Key-S key combination.  If someone
> > explained this very powerful proof reading tool, I missed it.  I get the
> > list in digest mode; so, I easily could have skipped over it.
> >> Because I brought up the option, I felt I should explain it.
> >> JFW offers Speech and Sound Schemes.  Most of the time, the Classic
> >> works
> > fine.  When, however, you absolutely have to be certain that a document
> > looks perfect, consider turning on the "proof reading" speech and sound
> > scheme.
> >> Within Word, if you press the apparently awkward (for some) key
> > combination of JAWS Key plus Alt plus S, one is placed in a list box.
> >> If you hit the letter "P", you will land on the first of at least 2
> >> "Proof
> > Reading" schemes.  By default, this will enounciate capital letters with
> > "Cap" before a capitalized word.  "Solid Caps" will be called out for a
> > word
> > in all upper case.  So, the gentleman who started the ill-fated thread
> > might
> > have avoided capitalizing both the "N" and the "O" in the word "no," had
> > he
> > used this scheme.  It also changes voices and pitch to describe
> > attributes.
> >> In the list box, at the very top, there is a toggle.  Until you get
> >> used
> > to how the different pitch and voice changes work, turn on training
> > mode.
> > That way, not only will the voice change for bold type, but JAWS will
> > announce "bold text."  Later, you can turn off this feature.
> >> I don't use this scheme all the time, but I use it fairly frequently.
> >> You
> > can also access the Speech and Sounds Schemes through the Configuration
> > Manager from the JAWS Control Pannel.
> >> I hope this clarification helps.
> >> Also, someone was impressed that Word's grammar checker could find
> >> places
> > where two spaces appeared between words.  Did you know JAWS could do
> > this
> > too?
> >> Go to configuration manager.  Then, press Alt plus S.  Arrow down to
> >> "Text
> > Processing Options."  Under "say repeated characters," have JAWS "count
> > repeated characters."  When you have two spaces together, JAWS will
> > announce
> > that.  Of course (dare I mention this), if you put two spaces at the end
> > of
> > a sentence, it will announce those two spaces.  So, for those who favor
> > not
> > putting two spaces after a period, here is a practical reason.
> >> Well, I'm old-fashioned.  I'm keeping my two spaces.
> >>  Happy computing.
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