Re: Seeking JAWS Documentation to Help Sighted Instructor Learn

  • From: mostafa almahdy <mostafa.almahdy@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 15 Mar 2011 17:29:12 +0200

To learn the elementary features of JAWS , it is nearly comprehensive
to review the JAWS basic  tutorials  , produced by FreedomScientific
training department which easily could be found at:
In which you can furthermore contact the department itself , whereupon
you could potentially write to sighted instructors therein , so they
can give any mandate additional details on that particular regard , as
they are experiencing the identical situations , I would of strongly
to seek that recommend.
         I sincerely wish that's help.
Mostafa Al'mahdy.

On 3/14/11, Ray Campbell <ray.campbell@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hello:
> Our Seniors Program Manager, who is new to the Chicago Lighthouse and
> sighted,  wants to be able to learn enough about JAWS so she can teach at
> least the basics of how to use it to go on the internet, get e-mail, and use
> Microsoft Word.  What documentation would people recommend she study to
> learn JAWS, especially the keyboard commands?  I've shown her how to use
> insert-1 to toggle on and off keyboard help, and how to use insert-W in any
> program to get a list of keyboard shortcuts.  Any other ideas or
> documentation suggestions?
> Thanks,
> Ray Campbell, Instructor, Seniors Program
> Chicago Lighthouse for People Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired
> 312.666.1331 Ext. 3083
> ray.campbell@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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