Re: NVDA and track changes in Microsoft word
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Hi Mary, Did you go to Longden Ave. school? I know this is off topic, but I saw your name and I think I know you. My name is Leslie Miller. Do you remember me?
Now to topic. NVDA. Is one of the best screen readers around. It probably doesn’t have nearly all the tech things like JAWS and aI’m not sure about the track changes because when I listen to music I just listen to Pandora or Amazon Music like I’m listening to the radio. I rhink this is the place to find people who know. I just joined about four days ago.
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From: Mary Otten
Sent: Thursday, September 10, 2020 12:16 PM
Subject: [nvda] NVDA and track changes in Microsoft word
I am sending this on behalf of a friend, who is considering getting a Windows machine, but really wants to know how well he can do track changes with NVDA. He used to have a Windows machine along time ago, and window eyesworked really well with Microsoft Word and track changes. I assume that he would have to use the latest version of office 365 these days. So if track changes does not work really well, then this would be a major consideration for him. Any comments?