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If you have a installed copy of NVDA use the CTRL key +ALT key +the
letter N key. This will start your copy of NVDA.
To get into your preferences of NVDA where you can make changes like
speeding it up or down etc, use the NVDA key + the letter N
To quit your copy of NVDA use the NVDA key + the letter Q
Where I refer to the NVDA key this is a modifier key which can be
either the insert key, the extended insert key or the capslock key.
So you would use one of these that you chose say to quit your copy
of NVDA For example the insert key + the letter Q
All of my machines here are on Windows 10, and I like it. When bus
are found and reported, you will notice what has been done under the
whats new section in NVDA which is under the help section also where
the user manual is.
On 10-Mar-16 8:38 AM, Helga Schreiber
Hi all!This is helga! How are you all? I I actually just
realize I install NVDA on my windows computer! Before,but I
actually forgot about it! LOL! Now i want to learn hwo ot use
it so I'm going to practice soeme things with it! Now my
questions, is therre a shortcut key in ordr to turn on and turn
off NVDA guys? You know JAWS has alt plus control J in ordr to
turn it on. And to turnit off insert F4. So I was thinking
nVDA maybe has the same thing! So if it does, do you know what
it is? If it does not have one, how can I create one in ordr to
accomplish that? Just wondring! On my computer i have NVDA and
JAWS 14, but I want to explore adn learn with NVDA guys! And
one last question, does NVDA works great with Windows 10 so far
guys? Just owndring! Whati your experience about it? I
apologize for all these questions! I look forward in hearing
form you soon. I will really appreciate any help tht you gusy
can help me regarding this matter! Thanks and God bless!
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