FYI----- Original Message ----- From: "Steve Cook" <STCook@xxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <VICUG-L@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Friday, July 08, 2011 8:36 AM Subject: [VICUG-L] IE 9 with JAWS 12 Hi All,Here is some information from the Freedom Scientific free webinar training for IE 9 with JAWS that I have already signed up for.
August 2NOTE: You do not need to have Internet Explorer 9 installed to take this free Webinar. If you are still using IE8 you may not be able to follow along as we practice, but you can still listen to the Webinar and ask questions even without having IE9 installed. We only recommend that you update to IE9 if you have JAWS 12 or later. For MAGic 11 users we recommend that you stay with IE8 at the present time.
Have you installed Internet Explorer 9 yet? If so, you have probably found that many of the keystrokes have changed, and there are several new features that you need to learn how to use. In this free Webinar we will look at the following items:
The Notification Bar, which replaces the Information Bar in prior versions of IE
The View Downloads dialog box New and changed keystrokes RSS feeds in IE9 Clear browsing history and cookies Turn on keystroke to enable Quick Tabs And more Time: 12:00 PM Eastern Time (16:00 GMT) Cost: No charge Level: Beginner to intermediate Length: One hour http://www.freedomscientific.com/training/Free-Webinars.asp Steve Cook Assistive Technology Consultant SC Commission for the Blind 1430 Confederate Avenue Columbia, SC 29201 Office: (803) 898-8788 Fax: (803) 898-8882 E-Mail: stcook@xxxxxxxxxxxJune 26-July 2, 2011 is Deaf-Blind Awareness Week. For more information about Deaf-Blind Awareness, contact the South Carolina Commission for the Blind at 1-800-922-2222.
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