Depending on how much you know about working with
Windows and Windows programs and browsing, you may only need specific
information such as how to use object navigation, and screen review. The
quick navigation keys for browsing will be very similar between JAWS and NVDA
and my impression is that Window-eyes used roughly the same commands toward the
end of its versions.
I can't suggest specific tutorials but that may
help you know what to look for.
If you need more instruction, others can suggest a
lot of material.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, February 16, 2020 7:38 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] New Member Seeking Tutorials
first of all, understand basic NVDA features with the
available in NVDA help menu.
On 17/02/2020, hurrikennyandopo
> Hi Richard
> If you want both written and
audio tutorials for the nvda screen reader
> you can check out my website
the link is to the main page you see. It covers blindness related
material along with nvda tutorials.
> If you pick one off
the main page for nvda it will link to the internal
> website where the
nvda tutorials are all in one table if you get what I
> it will also point you in the right directions for
a lot of stuff plus
> you can also buy training material from nvaccess
shop for outlook, word,
> exce, nvda and a power point one is
> Hope it helps.
> By the
way the nvda tutorials covers a few of the features from before
> to now
of the latest release.
> hope it
> Gene nz
> On 17/02/2020
11:16 am, Richard Fiorello wrote:
>> I am a new user and just subscribed to this
list. I wonder if one can
>> obtain a daily digest of messages to
this list? Also I’m looking for
>> a good comprehensive
tutorisl. I’ve seen lots of youtube posts that
>> briefly cover
one or two features of the program but nothing that I
>> felt was very
comprehensive. I wonder if anyone has any
nothing is difficult unless you make it appear so.
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