[mac4theblind] Re: question about key strokes and voice over.

David, you need to explain this a little more please. So, I do what you say
here. How does that cut down on the key strokes? Jim

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Sent: Thursday, March 29, 2012 7:48 AM
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Subject: [mac4theblind] Re: question about key strokes and voice over.

you can cut it down by locking the vo keys with vo- semi-colon that is
control-option-semicolon

On Mar 29, 2012, at 10:42 AM, jim rawls wrote:

Hi all,
I'm very new to the Mac, and a former windows user. I'm trying to learn key
strokes for various things and notice that some of the key strokes for voice
over take 3 or 4 fingers to  perform it seems like. Is there a list of key
stroke short cuts to cut some of this down? I know this may seem old hat to
you guys, but for me, I'm having a tough time learning this. Jim

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