Re: Question regarding NVDA and speaking message columns in Outlook
I am using nvda with outlook 2013 and I used it at work with outlook 2016.
I have the preview pane turned off, as well as calander and contacts; that is, they are not deisplayed on the screen.
So I have the folders list on the left and the message list on the right.
When I arrow throught the message list, I hear the senders name, the subject, date and time.
If I move quickly through the list, I will not hear all this info for each message.
Also I have incoming mail grouped by subject.
Works fairly well.
I had some sighted help to set this up but it didn’t take long.
I’m confident there is someone on this list who can help you do this.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Cristóbal
Sent: July-06-18 5:59 PM
Subject: [nvda] Question regarding NVDA and speaking message columns in Outlook
So I’m mainly a Jaws user, but from time to time try to play around with NVDA or use it to get out of a pinch. When I’m in Outlook 2016 and arrowing among the list of emails in a particular folder, NVDA reads all sorts of columns like no associated draft, group by, date, etc. In Jaws I have as much extraneous info like this silenced, but don’t know where or how this could be done with NVDA. I don’t need all this extra stuff spoke every single time I arrow up or down my emails.
Any help would be appreciated.