Re: Reading "Say All" at the Top of the Page

Tyler Spivey

Replace insert+f5 with control+home. That's the standard Windows command
to move to the top of a document.

On 10/29/2018 6:46 AM, Rechell Schwartz via Groups.Io wrote:


Suppose I am in Edit mode, and I want to switch to “Say All” mode, and
start reading from the beginning of the page, not where I left off. What
I currently do is press Insert + space. Then I press Insert + F5 to get
me to the beginning of the page, then I Press Insert + down arrow to
start reading from the beginning of the page.


Is there a more direct way to accomplish this?






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