Re: Endnotes in Word


kelby carlson
 

I don't really need to buy the entire training package; most of the
features of Word carry over from JAWS to NVDA. What I'm trying to
figure out how to do is go immediately to a particular
footnote/endnote, say note 80 of a document, without having to arrow
through the entire thing.

On 8/30/16, Quentin Christensen <quentin@nvaccess.org> wrote:
Hi Kelby,

You didn't mention which version of Word you are using, but in recent
versions:

alt+s (to open the references ribbon)
h to "show notes'

this moves from the main part of the document to the endnote / footnote
section at the nearest note, or if in the endnote or footnote section, it
moves back to the main part of the document. If you have both endnotes and
footnotes it will ask which to go to.

There is a longer section on this and other referencing features in Word in
the upcoming Microsoft Word with NVDA which will be available from NV
Access shortly.

Regards

Quentin

On Sun, Aug 21, 2016 at 1:35 AM, kelby carlson <kelbycarlson@gmail.com>
wrote:

hello,

Is there an easy way to either (a) get a list of all of the
endnotes/footnotes in a Word document or to move from the place in the
text where there is a footnote/endnote directly to the endnote itself?




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