um! there is no manual! This is something I have learned by using the yahoo
mail service. I use the t and e command to move through the pages. Now if
you want to make a manual be my guest!
----- Original Message ----- From: "Jon C. Pierson" <jpierson@xxxxxxxx>
Sent: Thursday, August 04, 2005 10:09 PM
Subject: Re: jaws and Yahoo web mail
Might I suggest reading the manual so that the studet in question can get a
real education instead of just lamely having to memorize how many T's or
E's need to be pressed for certain actions. This will not result in the
student learning but rather memorizing directions.
This person needs a complete understanding of the program and the tapes,
mp3's (downloadable) and other materials available from the program's web
site are a good start, especially for those who would teach.
www.hj.com or www.freedomscientific.com
At 06:42 PM 8/4/2005, you wrote:Hi, what version of jaws is being used. I am using 5.1 I use the t and e commands a lot when I am accessing my yahoo mail. I haven't accessed it in a while so can't remember the exact keystrokes, and how many times you hit the t and e. I will be accessing my yahoo mail though because I need to clear out junk mail. If you want I can tell you the keystrokes, and how many times I hit them and where. When you are done reading your mail, you can always hit the down arrow until you get to your choices like delete, or reply. ----- Original Message ----- From: <mailto:jessesgirl@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>Debbie Kessler To: <mailto:jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Thursday, August 04, 2005 8:58 PM Subject: jaws and Yahoo web mail
Hi all; I have a student using JAWS and presently has Yahoo web mail available to her. My preference is for her to receive her Yahoo mail through Outlook Express but I have been told this is impossible as long as she has the free Yahoo mail. She must pay a small fee in order to be able to set up a pop 3 server through Outlook Express.
Using what I have available to me. How does one read and edit ones composition using JAWS and Yahoo web mail? How does one get to the "send" button? Or, is there a shortcut key for sending off the e-mail?
Thanks in advance; Debbie Kessler Adaptive Computer Consultant Fullerton Community College
Jon C. Pierson
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