[macvoiceover] Re: question

Good evening Stephanie.  This answer assumes that voiceover is still on but for 
some reason the speech is muting.  Before trying this please first try pressing 
command-f5 to turn voiceover off and then press command-f5 to turn it back 
on.If that doesn't work then do the following.

Try the following.  
1. Press Control-Option-F8 (function key 8) which will bring up the voiceover 
utility.
2. Press the letter s for speech.
3. Press the tab key two times to bring focus to the check box for muting 
speech.
4. press the spacebar and speech should return.
5. Press command-w to close the window.
On Dec 25, 2009, at 8:02 PM, Stephanie Mitchell wrote:

> Hi all.
> I got a macbook pro for Christmas.
> When I turn on the  machine,  I get the following "voiceover is running" 
> followed immediately by "speech off".
> Any ideas how to get my speech back?
> Thknks.
> Steph
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