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Tip. If you go to the Zoom website, the app for windows is not listed there. Just clients and addons. I found out if you do a Google search for this, “download Zoom Meeting” the first link is the download for Windows based Zoom.
Lastly, if you are on the Home tab, and you tab through to settings, open that and arrow to accessibility, from there you can see a list of keyboard commands in a meeting.
What link are you using? Let us know so we can check it. If listmembers confirm that it is the correct link, try a different browser.There have been times when one browser has told nme a secureconnection can't be provided and another didn't.GeneOn 3/29/20, The Gamages via Groups.Io<james.gamage@...> wrote:
I have tried to get on the Jonathon Mozen site, but I get a message that
this site cannot provide a secure connection.
Any ideas please?
Best Regards, Jim.
From: Brian Vogel
Sent: Saturday, March 28, 2020 10:58 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] How accessible is Zoom with NVDA?
Jonathan Mosen's publication is about as comprehensive as you could hope
for, and covers scheduling meetings. Please go to his site, listed in the
previously referenced message, and read his overview of what's covered and
then download his publication.
Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 1909, Build 18363
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