You may be using Norton, which causes problems with Word; somebody else can elaborate if you are indeed using Norton, as I won't use those products. As far as the parent and child windows are concerned, with Word open, hit alt-space, then x. Next hit alt-hyphen, x. Also, hit alt-v. You should hear the phrase "normal checked." If all you hear is "normal" hit enter.
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I am using JAWS 7.0 and Word 2003. When I open a document that has been previously created and try to arrow down the document one line at a time JAWS does not read the document correctly. There will be pauses in speech and sometimes the words are partially read as if there is a window on the screen. I was told that the daughter window and the main window in Word has to be maximized for the document to read correctly. What does this mean?
"The chief handicap of the blind is not blindness, but the attitude of
>seeing people towards them."
>- Helen Keller, 1925