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Brian, I would love to have that type of training. I would need
the time to be able to write down specific notes and steps to
follow so I could relate to them later as they will not be
remembered (refer to my most recent post before this one).
Please let me know what we need to arrange to make this training
I would also love to have training using NVDA of how to feel
comfortable navigating a site such as NV Access and purchasing
something. I am one of those that was mentioned the other day of
doing something wrong and not being able to get out of it. I have
always been a little fearful of that but with this memory
situation that fear has only become worse. This is why I try to
write down what I will hear when certain steps are taken or
I desire to become more independent in situations like this in
case my daughter is not here to help as she does now.
Brian, I think I mentioned the other day that I have appreciated
your help in the past.
On 1/4/2021 6:23 PM, Brian Vogel wrote:
On Mon, Jan 4, 2021 at 05:57 PM, Betsy Grenevitch wrote:
I am so technologically challenged that most manuals
are not written in a vocabulary or step order that I am able to
And you're far from alone in that. Believe me, even for computer
geeks there is an awful lot of documentation that leaves a very
great deal to be desired.
Betsy, you know I've lent you a hand directly on occasions, and I
would be happy to keep doing so in regard to polishing your web
and/or archive search skills such that you know the process for
zeroing in on what you're looking for in a very great many cases.
That would be a great Chat Subgroup topic for any and all who want
to join in and improve such skills.
It's impossible to get things such that you will likely get the
one and only answer that's the one you prefer, but at least you
can get something that will allow you to plow through the minimum
number of search results to get maximum information. It's an art
form where, when teaching it, I try to teach people to "aim for
the middle by being as specific as one reasonably can," then
either becoming less specific if you get nothing or next to
nothing, or supply a few more specific terms in the search if
you're inundated by many thousands of results. You, and anyone,
can develop the skill that allows you to turn a fire hose down to
a syringe and any volume in between.
Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit,
Version 20H2, Build 19042
The depths of denial one can be pushed to by
outside forces of disapproval can make you not even recognize
yourself to yourself.
~ Brian Vogel