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| Hello again Ollie,
If you enable the browsing mode in word with
Nvda+spacebar, you can jump to one comment/annotation by
When you are on the comment you want to see, right click
with the appropriate key or shift+f10 and use the down and
up arrow keys. You will find a menu entry to modify,
answer, delete or mark the comment as closed.
You can also display the list of comments in pressing
nvda+F7, you can choose to display the list of annotations
and browse through the different comments.
If you don't know the keystroke, when NVDA says "has a
comment", you can have it read in pressing nvda+alt+C.
Le 30/10/2018 à 16:55, Mallard a
My friend says to thank you very much for your help, and has
another related question:
How can he return to a comment after exiting it with Esc?
Thanks again, also on his behalf.
Il 30/10/2018 16:45, Mallard ha scritto:
It definitely helps, thanks! My friend will be happy to know
that it's as simple s that!!!
Il 30/10/2018 15:51, Sylvie Duchateau ha scritto:
When you finish writing the comment, just press escape to
return to the text.
Hope this helps.
Le 30/10/2018 à 12:10, Mallard a écrit :
A friend of mine is a teacher. His students do their
homework in Word, and he needs to corect them.
He'd like to insert comments to explain his corrections, and
has found the keyboard shortcut to do so, but doesn't know
how to return to the main text.
Would anyone know if there's a shortcut to exit the comment
and return to the place in the text where he left off?
Thanks in advance; I don't have Word installed, so I can't