Re: Braille, NVDA, and Excel
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Firstly congratulations on the new job, I wish you every success with it!
Yes, NVDA works well with Excel 365. With your braille display, NVDA should show the cell contents, followed by the cell coordinates. So it will read "Title A1", "Number A2" for instance.
With the cell boundaries you mentioned, did you mean the coordinates (as above) or how the cells fit together? If you have text in a cell which is wider than the current cell, NVDA will report "cropped" if there is text in the cell to the right (and thus the text is cut off visually), or "overflowing" if there is no text in the cell to the right and so the text from this cell visually flows across into that cell. This is both read aloud and also displayed after the contents and before the coordinates on the display, eg "Here is too much text for this cell. Cropped C7"
If you want to brush up your skills on Excel with NVDA, there is the Microsoft Excel with NVDA training material from: https://www.nvaccess.org/product/microsoft-excel-training-for-nvda-ebook/
Otherwise, if you do get stuck with anything in particular, do shout out.
On Tue, Apr 5, 2022 at 5:32 AM Christopher-Mark Gilland <clgilland07@...> wrote: