Re: Outlook and NVDA
Try the following. Press alt so you're on the ribbon. Press the applications key or shift F10, and make sure collapse the ribbon is not checked. If it is, press enter so it is not checked.
In theory, that should solve your problem and enable ribbon keystrokes to work. It's also important to make sure you're not on the ribbon when you type them. For example in word, you'd do alt F, followed immediately by I, followed by P to protect with a password. You would not tab or shift tab whilst typing the command.
Very best wishes,
Mo.On 31/08/2021 19:08, Chris Smart wrote: