[bksvol-discuss] Re: Cypress Point Upload

  • From: Cindy <popularplace@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 22 Aug 2006 02:05:02 -0700 (PDT)

I appreciated your explanation, Sue.

I don't know if this is possible with the Dell you
have, but...I, too, have folders with different things
in them, but when I'm validating a file I keep it on
the desktop and not in a folder. That way when I'm
ready to upload I just "browse" from the desktop. Is
that possible with your set-up or is it impossible,
i.e. keeping what you're working on outside any


--- siss52 <siss52@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Dilsia,
> My problem is that I do not know how much to post. 
> You see, I had jumped 
> from a big desktop with Windows 98se, a dial-up
> connection, and Jaws 4.5 to 
> a Dell Notebook (laptop) with Windows XP, a
> broadband connection, and Jaws 
> 7.0 professional.  So Pratik divided his
> instructions into parts, knowing 
> that part of the problem was that I am new at
> Windows XP, and it behaves in 
> a different way when compared to Windows 98se.  So
> the settings might be 
> different for people with different equipment or
> programs.
> The instructions are definitely fantastic.  It was
> like having an instructor 
> go through every step from the ground up, so to
> speak.
> I will tell you this much about uploading.  When I
> got to the path field and 
> selected the browse function, I got this prompt,
> which I assume everyone 
> gets, asking for the name of the file to upload.  I
> was starting from the 
> beginning of the tabs, where it says, "look in" and
> choosing something from 
> every tab group.  Well, he told me to do a shift-tab
> twice, which took me to 
> the list where you can select "my documents" and
> press enter.  Then on the 
> next tab you can choose your folder, assuming "my
> documents" is where you 
> stored it.  I had 5 folders in there, and you use
> the up or down arrow keys 
> to select the one where the file is stored, which,
> in my case, was 
> "bookshare".  He said to press enter so I would be
> inside that folder, and 
> "cypress.rtf" was the only file in it.  Otherwise
> you would use the arrow 
> keys to get the cursor on the right file, or hit the
> first letter of the 
> filename.  Then press spacebar to select that file. 
> After that, Iwas to do 
> nothing else, just accept the book.  I saw the path
> which Julie had 
> described but which I was never able to see.
> If that makes sense I am glad, but I am neither a
> tech expert nor a 
> writer/instructor.  <smile>
> The rest involves how to create a new folder, how to
> move the book to the 
> folder, and changing some settings in "folder
> options" in the tools menu.  I 
> am sure it could all be put on Jake's site in
> different parts, but since I 
> did not create and organize the instructions I would
> not feel free to post 
> them.  I would not presume to post something someone
> else designed, 
> organized and wrote.  <smile>
> Please understand that it is not that I want to be
> unhelpful, but rather 
> that I do not want to be presumptuous.  <smile>
> Regards,
> Sue S.
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: Dilsia A. Martinez
> To: bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Sent: Tuesday, August 22, 2006 1:36 AM
> Subject: [bksvol-discuss] Cypress Point Upload
> Dear Sue:I am very interested in the way Cypress
> Point problem was resolved. 
> Maybe it could be useful to put it on Jake
> Brownwell's site Tips.
> John you read my mind somehow
> DilsiaJohn Glass wrote:Date: Mon, 21 Aug 2006
> 16:18:23 -0700From: "John 
> Glass" <John.G@xxxxxxxxxxxx>Hi Sue, Congratulations
> on getting the book 
> uploaded, and a big thanks to Pratikfor helping
> solve the problem. When you 
> have a chance, please let me know which settings you
> had tochange to solve 
> the problem. I have been reading all of the messages
>  regarding this, and would liketo know which
> suggestions solved the problem? 
> Thanks    John GlassCustomer Support Manager,
> Bookshare
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