Re: Is the NVDA Commands Quick Reference available in some searchable document format? (e.g. PDF, docx)
Is saving it as a text file wile the document is opened in a browser unsatisfactory?
I really don't know the answer to that question
I realize that I can open it in the browser and search there, but I often like to save this sort of thing as a PDF that I can search whenever I wish. However, when I do that either using the PDF Creator virtual printer or Google's Print as PDF option, I cannot OCR process the resulting file such that it's searchable. This is most peculiar, given that the entire thing is mostly text. I even tried on an old copy I'd saved from 2018.1 and that didn't work.
I'd just like to have this documentation in some sort of format besides HTML that I can search in for specific text.
Brian - Windows 10, 64-Bit, Version 21H1, Build 19043
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