Thank you so much for writing.
1. After I wrote my message I reloaded NVDA and the list of sheets appeared.
2. I do have the screen maximised. I know the code is there because I
can see it when I use Window-Eyes. The disappearing code seems to hapenn
whether or not I have 1 or lots of modules loaded.
3. This is an intermittent problem. If I launch Excel from Windows
Explorer, Excel opens in the selected workbook, then I am not able to
change focus to Windows Explorer, even though, when I press <Alt Tab>
NVDA says it has changed to Windows Explorer. NVDA also makes the sound
which means something is wrong.
I suspect this is a MicroSoft rather than an NVDA problem. I just
included it as I was asking my other questions.
I am upgrading to Windows 10 shortly and will not be able to resort to
my trusty Window-Eyes any more.
On Mon, 13 Jan 2020 21:04:53 -0000
"Cearbhall O'Meadhra" <cearbhall.omeadhra@...> wrote:
My answers are indicated with the letter "A:" following your original
1. What is the trick in NVDA to go to a specific worksheet in a workbook?
I have a workbook containing nearly 150 worksheets and would like to
activate a sheet using its name. I can press <NVDA+F7> to bring up the
elements list and can see Worksheets, but it does not show me a list of
A: Tab twice after you see 2Worksheets" and you will have all the sheets
listed there. Press the first letter of the desired worksheet if you know
2. Is there a way to stop VBA 2010 missing out lines in my code? I seem to
be able to find the line I want and then it disappears.
2.1. Have you maximised the screen?
2.2. Have you more than one module in the VBA editor? Try pressing
control+tab to see if the code comes back.
3. Try using NVDA+control +F to search the VBA script and see if your code
2.4. Test to see if all your code is present by pressing control+shift+end
from the top of the document and copy the highlighted text to Notepad++ and
see if the text is actually present.
3. Recently Excel 2010 has been acting very strangely. If I am looking at a
worksheet or VBA macro and switch to another program it does not appear to
access it although the title bar says it has focus. The only way I can
resolve the situation is to close everything down.Can anyone advise?
A: I'm not sure what you mean here. Is it that the other program cannot be
accessed or that you cannot return to the Excel screen? Could yo clarify
your meaning here?
3.1. Try maximising the Excel screen when you return to it.
3.2. Press the left alt key twice to refresh the NVDA focus and see if that
brings up the details of the screen.
All the best,
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