[macvoiceover] Re: iCal Calendar information

Neither have I, and I would certainly like to learn how to use them. Richie Gardenhire, Anchorage, Alaska.



On Mar 2, 2010, at 4:38 PM, Keith Reedy wrote:

ical has alarms which will even e-mail you when the event is near, but, I have never used it.

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On Mar 2, 2010, at 4:37 PM, Nicole Hutchins wrote:

Thank you very much for your help Keith. Will the calendar notify me when the date is near or is this something I have to set up?

Nicole
On Mar 2, 2010, at 3:13 PM, Keith Reedy wrote:


Here is some info about ical.



I use the calendar every day and it works very well.

Lets start with adding an event.

Open ical and when you have heard that ical is up, press command-n for new event. Type the name of your new event then press command-e to edit the time and all. With VO keys-right arrow, or left arrow move to, event detales and interact. move around in this area with VO Keys-right and left arrow. You will find buttons and check boxes and date fields, interact with the date fields. To change the date information, use, VO keys-up and down arrows to change Month, date and time. When you are through making changes in the date field, stop interacting.
When you are through with editing the event, stop interacting.
Move to done with VO keys-right or left arrow and press VO keys- shift-space bar to complete the process.

Read the calendar area canvas by interacting and move around with VO keys-right, or, left arrow keys.

HTH.

Keith Reedy


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