Re: findingout the version of jaws I have

did they just introduce this feature in Jaws 7.1?
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From: "Anthony P Schnurr" <aschnurr@xxxxxxx>
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Sent: Thursday, September 21, 2006 10:00 AM
Subject: Re: findingout the version of jaws I have


To find out whether you are authorized for the professional eddition:
Go to the JAWS 7.1 menu then tools menu and enter on ILM Authorization
Viewer.  It may take a few seconds to find and display your information.
You will see an edit box showing all your ILM details including the
edition.

Regards.

Tony


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Re: findingout the version of jaws I have






 From the JAWS window, or JAWS context menu if you have it running
from the system tray, go into the help menu, and select about JAWS
for Windows. A dialogue will come up, giving you information like the
current version, your serial number, and some other stuff. I don't
know if that will tell you whether or not you're running JFW
Professional, but it's the best place to look I'd think.

James,
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At 12:15 PM 9/21/2006, you wrote:
>     I just recently upgraded to JAWS Pro and I wanted to make sure
> that it had been implimented. i remember someone asking about how
> to find out what version of JAWS they had, but I can't remember the
> answer. could someone refresh my memory?

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