Join Us for Word Tips and Tricks From Power JAWS Users

Are you looking for ways to navigate in Word more efficiently with JAWS? Want tips for increasing your productivity while writing and editing documents? Join us with special guests Eric Damery and Matt Ater Thursday, June 17 at noon Eastern time for a live webinar, “Word, Tips and Tricks from Power JAWS Users.”

What is Word?

Included in the Microsoft Office suite, Word is used to write and edit documents. It is popular in homes, schools, and the workplace.

What We Will Cover

We will provide an overview of Word and demonstrate valuable tasks to help you use this application more efficiently. Topics include:

  • Turning off the Backstage menu
  • Using the traditional Save and Open dialog boxes
  • Using the F6 key to navigate to different areas in Word
  • Toggling between the Single-line and Multi-line Ribbon.
  • Checking word count statistics and virtualizing this information
  • Using or disabling the Paste recovery table
  • Creating headings in a document

Register for this webinar to become more proficient when navigating in Word. Can’t attend? We archive all webinars on the Freedom Scientific Webinars On Demand page.

Have questions? Send an email to training@vispero.com.

2 Comments

  1. Renee Jones

    I had trouble entering the zoom meeting this morning. I was able to listen to the entire meeting though.
    Initially, I had my monitor turned off. (I am training my ear to listen to JAWS.
    when we went to chat, I used the Alt H command toenter to the chat screen. I took a quick look because I couldn’t hear exactly what JAWS was reading.
    It was then I saw the error box stating, “this meeting is being recorded”
    I was given the option “continue” or “leave meeting”
    I could not select either. so, I continued listening.
    my question was
    How do you get to the “revised” feature?
    I could not get into the zoom meeting this morning

    • Elizabeth Whitaker

      Hi Renee,
      I’m sorry you had difficulty getting in, but glad you were able to listen. That recording dialog is new. If that occurs again, press TAB to locate the Continue button and press the SPACEBAR. Which “revise” feature are you referring to? Thanks!

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