De: Chris Mullins
Data: 22 de janeiro de 2017 19:19
Assunto: Re: [nvda] Two Excel Questions
There is no specific NVDA command I am aware of but the Excel command to select a column is Ctrl+spacebar from anywhere in the target column and to select an entire row it’s shift+spacebar, again from anywhere in the row.
There is probably a way to see all the sheet names but I just use Ctrl+pageup/down to read them, so I don’t know the specific command.
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Greg Rhodes
Sent: 22 January 2017 17:33
Subject: [nvda] Two Excel Questions
Question 1: If a sighted user wants to format all the cells in column C, he would click on the letter C at the top of the column to highlight all the cells in that column. How do you do that with NVDA?
Question 2: What is the NVDA command to get to the worksheet listing at the bottom of the page? Once you get there, I know that you use the Control/Page Up or Down to move between worksheets you have created.