Re: Draft view in Microsoft word.
toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
This is one of those cases where Word tries to be a little bit too clever for its own good. You can set the default view to Draft, however Word saves the view within individual documents, so unless you last saved the document in Draft view, it could open in another view.
The ribbon shortcut key for draft view is alt+w, then e.
There is a direct shortcut key, which is control+alt+n. Most of you should recognise that keystroke as the one that you can use to start NVDA. You can change that keystroke, or the other option is to create an entry on Word's Quick Access Toolbar to switch to draft view. You can then press ALT+1 to access the first item on the Quick Access Toolbar, ALT+2 for the second and so on.
To edit the Quick Access Toolbar, open Word, then press ALT+F, then T to open the Options. Press CONTROL+TAB until the focus moves to the "Quick Access Toolbar" category. Press TAB once to "Choose commands from". Either choose "All Commands" or "View Ribbon", then TAB to the list of commands and find "Draft" and press ALT+A to add that to the toolbar.
On Thu, Mar 7, 2019 at 12:26 AM Robert Kingett <kingettr@...> wrote: