Re: outlook 2007

  • From: "Dave Carlson" <dgcarlson@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 20 Jul 2009 12:47:57 -0700

Not JAWS-related, but you simply hit the application key on the name in the 
header. The context menu will bring up things you can do with the name.

Dave

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Laura Shumate" <LShumate@xxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, July 20, 2009 10:57
Subject: RE: outlook 2007


Hi List,
     Is there a way to add a sender like in Outlook express.  Where you go 
to the Tools menu and then add sender.  I know that is not simple.
Laura Shumate
The Arc of Dauphin and Lebanon Counties
Harsco Center
2569 Walnut St
Harrisburg, PA 17103

Phone: (717) 920-2727
Fax: (717) 920-2730

www.arcofdc.org

Affiliate of The Arc of PA
Advocacy & resources for citizens with intellectual and developmental 
disabilities &their families

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-----Original Message-----
From: jfw-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:jfw-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf 
Of Shannon Hannah
Sent: Saturday, July 18, 2009 6:30 PM
To: jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: outlook 2007

This is great! Thanks!
Shannon
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Chris Hallsworth" <christopherh40@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Saturday, July 18, 2009 4:34 PM
Subject: Re: outlook 2007


> Outlook Helpful Hints
> The following are some helpful hints for using Outlook with JAWS.
>
> Outlook Reading Pane
> When using JAWS, the Outlook Reading Pane must be set to the bottom of the
> window or disabled. If the Reading Pane is set to the right, it forces the
> Message List Headers into Two-line mode, and only the first line is
> announced.
>
> To set the Reading Pane to the bottom of the window, or to disable it, do
> the following:
>
> Open Outlook.
> Press ALT+V to open the View menu.
> Choose the Reading Pane sub menu.
> Select Bottom to set the pane to the bottom of the window, or select Off
> to disable the reading pane.
> Outlook Options
> While working in Outlook, you can press INSERT+V to change your options.
> Select an option with the arrow keys and then press SPACEBAR or use the
> Execute button to cycle through the available settings. Press ENTER to
> accept your changes and close the dialog box.
>
> For information on the standard JAWS options that are not described in
> this section, see Adjust JAWS Options.
>
> Announce Header Fields with Message
> If this option is set to "Yes," then JAWS automatically reads the From and
> Subject fields when you open a message. If you change this option to "No,"
> then JAWS does not automatically read this information.
>
> Announce Frame and Link Count
> When opening an HTML message, JAWS gives you a number of frames and links
> contained within the message. If you do not want to hear the count, set
> this option to "No."
>
> Read Messages Automatically
> If you want JAWS to automatically read the message body from beginning to
> end, change this option to "Yes." If you do not want JAWS to automatically
> read the message body after reading the message header, then leave this
> option set to "No."
>
> Tip: When reading messages automatically, the cursor may move faster than
> JAWS speech. If you stop speech with CTRL, you should press CTRL+HOME to
> move to the beginning of the message before continuing to read.
>
> Auto-Complete Announcement
> When you type an e-mail address into the To, CC, or BCC edit boxes,
> Outlook searches for matches in your address book and then automatically
> completes the entry for you. JAWS will now announce the address that
> Outlook automatically inserts into the edit box. To disable this feature,
> press INSERT+V, select "Announce Address List Auto-complete," and press
> the SPACEBAR to choose "Off."
>
> Message Attachment Notification
> Turn this option on if JAWS is not detecting and announcing the presence
> of file attachments when you select a message.
>
> Announce Information Bar Messages
> In Outlook, the information bar frequently displays useful status
> information. For example, this bar informs you when attachments have been
> removed from a message, which account a message will be sent from, when
> you last replied to the current message, when the appointment/meeting you
> are creating conflicts with an existing appointment, when an appointment
> time has passed, and so on. If you want JAWS to automatically announce the
> contents of the information bar when reading messages, leave this option
> set to "Yes."
>
> Read/Unread Message Verbosity
> Choose "Say Unread" if you want JAWS to announce, "Unread," when you
> select a message that you have not yet opened. If you change this option
> to "Silent," JAWS does not indicate unread messages.
>
> Indicate Meeting Requests
> If this option is on, JAWS indicates when the currently selected message
> is a meeting request. Turn this option off if you do not want JAWS to
> indicate whether a message is a meeting request. This option is only
> available in Outlook 2002 or later.
>
> Forwarded Flag Announcement
> Turn this option on if JAWS is not indicating messages that you have
> forwarded when you select them.
>
> Replied Flag Announcement
> Turn this option on if JAWS is not indicating messages that you have
> replied to when you select them.
>
> Message Flag Announcement
> If this option is on, JAWS announces when the currently selected message
> has one of Outlook's message status flags, such as Important, Business,
> Follow up, Personal, and so on. Turn this option off if you do not want
> those flags announced. This option is only available in Outlook 2002 or
> later.
>
> Block Quote, Frame, Heading, List, and Table Announcement
> You can turn off block quote, frame, heading, list, and table announcement
> when reading HTML formatted e-mail messages, just as you can when viewing
> Web pages. To change these options, press INSERT+V, select the option you
> want to enable or disable, and press the SPACEBAR. For more information
> about these options, see HTML Options.
>
> Optimizing Outlook
> The following are choices and suggestions for optimizing Outlook options
> for use with JAWS:
>
> Calendar
> TAB from the Folder List view to Calendar. From the View menu choose the
> Current View submenu. Choose from the following list: Day/Week/Month,
> Day/Week/Month with Auto Preview, Active Appointments, Events, Annual
> Events, and Recurring Appointments, By Category. All of these list views
> work well with JAWS.
>
> Note: For best results with the Outlook Calendar, it is suggested that you
> use the Windows Classic theme for your system. This can be set through the
> Display option in the Windows Control Panel.
>
> In Day/Week/Month view, use LEFT and RIGHT ARROW to move between the days
> of the month. Use UP and DOWN ARROW to move between the different time
> slots for the current day. Press TAB or SHIFT+TAB to cycle through your
> appointments for the current day. To open an appointment, select it and
> press ENTER.
>
> Tip: If JAWS does not read time slots or appointments in Day/Week/Month
> view, press ALT+CTRL+SHIFT+Z.
>
> Contacts
> TAB from the Folder List view to Contacts. From the View menu choose the
> current view submenu. Choose from the following list: Address Cards,
> Detailed Address Cards, Phone List, By Category, By Company, By Location,
> and By Follow Up Flag. All of these views work with JAWS.
>
> Journal
> TAB from the Folder List view to Journal. From the View menu choose the
> Current View submenu. For best results, use one of the following lists
> with JAWS: Entry List, Next 7 Days, and Phone List. List items By Type, By
> Contact, and By Category can be used, but are not recommended.
>
> Notes
> TAB from the Folder List view to Notes. From the View menu choose the
> Current View submenu. Choose one of the following lists: Notes List, Last
> Seven Days, By Category, or By Color. Icon view can be used with some
> trial and error.
>
> Tasks
> TAB from the Folder List view to Tasks. From the View menu choose the
> Current View submenu. Choose from the following list: Simple List,
> Detailed List, Active Tasks, Next Seven Days, Overdue Tasks, By Category,
> Assignment, By Person Responsible, Completed Tasks. List item Task Time
> Line can be used with some trial and error.
>
> Note: Turn Preview Pane and AutoPreview OFF for best results. To turn OFF
> the Preview Pane, go to the View menu and press the DOWN ARROW key to move
> to the Preview Pane choice and press ENTER on the option to toggle the
> check mark OFF. To turn off the AutoPreview feature, do the same, but
> choose AutoPreview instead of Preview Pane.
>
> Reading MSAA Information
> If you find that the selected item is abbreviated or not read completely
> by JAWS, press ALT+CTRL+SHIFT+M to read the MSAA (Microsoft Active
> Accessibility) information for that item. MSAA provides more details to
> JAWS, so it can read all the information available.
>
> Visual Basic for Applications
> JAWS only partially supports Visual Basic for Applications when launched
> from within Outlook.
>
> Replying Directly to Senders on Mailing Lists
> Users that subscribe to mailing lists have the ability to reply directly
> to the message sender's address, rather than the mailing list address, by
> using the Reply Directly To Sender command, INSERT+SHIFT+R.
>
>
> Back
>
> List of all Supported Applications
>
>
>
> --
> Chris Hallsworth
> E-mail: christopherh40@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> MSN: ch9675@xxxxxxxxxxx
> Skype: chrishallsworth7266
>
> --------------------------------------------------
> From: "Shannon Hannah" <hannah74@xxxxxxx>
> Sent: Saturday, July 18, 2009 10:27 PM
> To: "JFW" <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Cc: <jfw-employment@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: outlook 2007
>
>> I am having major problems using outlook at work. I am using jaws 10 pro
>> and xp pro. I thought I could just change a few things in the options in
>> outlook, which I have done in the past when setting up outlook express on
>> a new computer but I can't even find the options. Also I will be
>> receiving many e mails with attachments from my supervisor. I tried to
>> open even the e mails and it was impossible. I got a co-worker to look at
>> the screen and she said my e mils were open but jaws reads they are
>> unread. I am looking for some instructions on making outlook more
>> accessible. If anyone has some information or knows where I can find it
>> that would be great. I did a search on the FS site but most of the
>> information I found didn't help.
>> Shannon
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