Screen Reader Tidbits

Choosing a Braille Display – TTT Companion

Choosing a Braille Display – TTT Companion

Prerequisites ✔︎ CHECK Before moving on, does your learner even need a braille display? Before deciding WHICH braille display matches your learner, it is important to consider if a braille display will even help. Sometimes it doesn’t. To best guide...

Creating Tables in Google Docs with a Screen Reader

Creating Tables in Google Docs with a Screen Reader

The text discusses the similarities between screen readers, operating systems, and programs, emphasizing that the key commands in Microsoft Word and Google Docs are almost exactly the same. It then provides steps for creating tables in Google Docs using a screen reader, highlighting the importance of understanding rows and columns.

Navigating the Ribbon in Microsoft Word with JAWS or NVDA

Navigating the Ribbon in Microsoft Word with JAWS or NVDA

The ribbon in MS Word can be intimidating at first, but it is actually simple to use once you understand that it is split into tabs and each tab contains related functions. To navigate the ribbon, use shortcuts to jump to the desired tab and use the “Tab” key to navigate through the functions within the tab.

Navigating Gmail with JAWS or NVDA

Navigating Gmail with JAWS or NVDA

This email provides instructions on how to navigate and read emails using screen readers such as JAWS or NVDA. It includes key commands for switching modes, going to the inbox, scrolling through emails, reading emails, navigating email threads, searching for emails, and some additional useful shortcuts.

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