Re: NVDA tutorials for MSWord and Track Changes CT
Track changes are not hard to use. Just practice. Here are some helpful (at least for me) ways to remember the track changes commands.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
Turing on and off track changes is something you know how to do.
Word’s status line will tell you if it is on or not. At least mine does.
If you just want to “hop” to the next revision, use Alt_R_H, pressed, not together, but in a series.
If you want to “accept” a change, press alt_R_A. That brings up a list of choices, including the specific occurrence, all changes in the document, and so on. If you want to “junk” the change, press Alt_R_J. Again, you will get a list of choices.
Also, at any change, a right mouse click (or shift + F10 or the Applications Key)” will give you a handy list of commands.
I’m a lawyer, and I use track changes nearly every day.
On May 22, 2019, at 4:13 AM, David Russell <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: