Re: test of insert+F7 in jaws.

Harry,

I'm afraid I don't understand what you're saying here.  First of all, I 
don't have any trouble sending email messages to anyone, so I don't now what 
you're referring to, or why you're providing these instructions.

but even more important, I can't figure out why you're recommending to start 
a new email message by evoking the Jaws links list command that we use in 
Internet Explorer.  Just to be sure there wasn't some special use of this 
key command that I'd never heard of, I tried to use Insert f7 in Open Book 
while I was simply in my Inbox, and that didn't produce anything at all.  I 
thought, maybe you meant do this while you're in an open message?  So I 
opened your message again and tried the same familiar key combination. 
Again, nothing.

I really don't understand what you're suggesting, nor why you directed your 
suggestion to me personally.  I'm copying this message to the list at large, 
in case someone else may be able to explain something about it.


Thanks.
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "harry bates" <hdbates@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <yardbird@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, October 09, 2005 12:10 PM
Subject: test of insert+F7 in jaws.


To send a message directly to another person while using jaws just do an
insert+F7 and scroll down the list until you focus on the person you wish to
send a message and press the enter key.  Now you are ready to send a message
directly to the person selected and do it as if you were starting an
entirely new message, which means tabbing through the various message
fields.  This is at test message.  If you were not the intended one, please
let me know.





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