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Many thanks chris for the useful info you have sent me.
I really appreciated your help,
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Chris Mullins
Sent: 05 July 2017 00:24
Subject: Re: [nvda] query
Use the h and shift+h key to jump between the section headings within the manual then you can just read the parts you are interested in using the arrow keys. Use NVDA key+downarrow to start NVDA reading continuously. When continuous reading is in effect, you can use the shift key like a pause/play button or the control key to stop continuous reading mode.
To move around within a table control, you navigate using Control+alt+arrow key commands. Up/down arrows are used to navigate rows and left-right for columns. Don’t forget, you must hold down control+Alt then press the appropriate arrow key to move around a table.
I have met the word virtual used in previous emails and there was somebody who said that he had found it useful wit twitter and others, that’s why I mentioned it.
Secondly I managed to go to the manual as you had described to me,
Now can you explain to me how to jump from 1 row to another, and from 1 column to another in the manual please? >thanks very much for your help I really appreciated.
Thanks in advance
Could you explain further what you mean by Virtual version 2.1? Virtual what?
The NVDA manual is not on the General menu. You need to press N?VDA+n to open the top level menu, arrow down to Help and press enter.
Can someone explain to me the use of the virtual version 2.1 and if it is of any use to me from where I can download it please?
I also can’t access the NVDA manual from the general menu, can somebody explain to me what I should do please?
Thanks in advance