Re: Help with Find command
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Greg is doing what I put in the Microsoft Word with NVDA module. Which worked great when I wrote it.... Evidently Microsoft have changed how that find toolbar works, yippee!
Ok, if you type your search term, press TAB twice and it will say "Previous result". You can then press NVDA+numpad 4 (laptop: NVDA+shift+left arrow) to move to the previous item, which is the number of results.
If there are no results, when you press TAB twice, it will say "Tab control, Results tab selected". There is a piece of text before that (and before the headings and pages tab headers) which reads "No matches" but it's not proving easy to get to.
The good thing about Office 365 is that you may not need to wait for Office 2019 for things to be fixed, added or updated. The bad thing about Office 365, is it's proving to be a moving target in trying to pin down exactly how to do some tasks.
This is the perfect example - visually, that find toolbar doesn't look any different to how it previously look, so most users wouldn't even noticed any change, but it's often little changes like this which can easily trip up keyboard and screen reader users.
On Wed, Jul 26, 2017 at 12:36 PM, Gene <gsasner@...> wrote: