Re: NVDA shortcuts and some questions about it!

Heaven Botma <ehlbotma@...>

Good Day Helga

To switch on NVDA press Alt+Ctrl+N. To switch it off again press
Insert+Q. It works very well on Windows 10, better than JAWS. For
more shortcut keys look at the Key commands document or the User
mannual which you can find in the help menu. Go to the NVDA menu by
pressing insert+N and go down to help, enter, and look for the
document you want.



On 3/10/16, Rosemarie Chavarria <> wrote:
Hi, Helga,

Alt control N is the shortcut to start NVDA. Insert Q shuts it down. I'm
using the latest version of NVDA with windows 10 right now.

Hope this helps.


-----Original Message-----
From: Helga Schreiber []
Sent: Wednesday, March 09, 2016 11:38 AM
Subject: [nvda] NVDA shortcuts and some questions about it!

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!

Helga Schreiber

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