Hi everyone. Coming from the standpoint that I normally use ProTools on my mac with Voiceover, I never ever thought I'd see the day that I'd even touch Audacity with a 10 foot poll, however, I'm really at this point eating crow pretty badly from the Windows standpoint side of Audasity. On Windows, I have access to JAWS 15, and 16, preferably 16, NVDA 2015.1, and Window-Eyes 9.1. I have downloaded the JAWS scripts for Audacity, although I really haven't had much chance yet to go through them. Before I ask my questions, I would like to make it very plainly clear to say that yes. I have! looked at the Audacity documentation in the keyboard shortcuts section. I've also looked in general, a bit at the accessibility section, which is actually ironically how I found out about this list. So here is my question. On Windows, I would personally prefer to use Audasity in combination with the scripts with JAWS. Again, I do have the other screen readers, but I really don't prefer them except for having them as backups. Looking in the help manual, I really don't see how to navigate around my project. For example: How do I move from track to track, if I have multiple tracks within a project? I've not set up a scenareo yet where I have to worry about that, as all I've done has been one track, but eventually, I know that will change. Second of all, how do I navigate around the project. I saw no keystrokes to do that. The only ones I really saw were home to move to beginning, and end to move to the end of the recording. I discovered by exploring, that left and right arrow keys seem to be moving me, according to what the scripts are announcing, by about half a secvond forward and backward in the recording. But, here is the thing that is really odd about that. I had an mp3 music track that I imported. I hit the right arrow and got it to the point where I was about 2 seconds into the song. I then hit the home key. That did! return me to 0. However, when I then hit the right arrow again at that point, rather than moving me a fraction of a second forward, it jumped me about 2 seconds inward. So, what's up with that? Secondly, I saw a keystroke to mute and unmute all tracks, but what if I only want to mute one particular track? I saw no way in the keyboard shortcuts to do this. did I overlook it? What if I want to go the other way, and solo! a particular track? I also didn't see a way to select multiple tracks contigulously nor noncontiguously to apply certain things on globally across the session. Getting back to navigating, I saw no way to drop a mark in, and mark out marker for editting a selection of audio, and believe me, I looked everywhere in the shortcuts reference. Also, if the markers are a little bit off, how do I then move each of them to the left or right just a tad bit in the project to fine tune my selection? Finally, when using left and right arrows, and I haven't tried, but I assume! page up and down to move in bigger chunks, how do I increase or decrease the nudge value to move forward or back? Again, I saw no way under the keyboard reference that stated how to do this. I'm totally confident that all of this can be done, and that you all can give me if not the direct answers, at least the rellavent sections of the documentation to look at. I'm sorry for all these questions, especially coming from a total newby, but believe me when I say I'm an incredibly! fast learner, so don't worry about overwhelming me. Just give me my answers, and I'll read all of you all's responses at my own pace. Also, is there an audio mp3 tutorial that I can download that demonstrates the basic functionality of Audacity from a blind perspective? And if so, how up to date is it? If not, I'd be happy to contribute and make one for free covered under the GPL, which I'll share with all Audacity users, blind or not. I can't though until I get my head around the above questions. Thank you for everyone's help! God bless. Chris.