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Luke, and Sarah,
for your replies.
NVDA Version 2021.3.4 and Word (Version 2204 Build
I have tried
editing footers again and am able to do it as long as the footer
I’m trying to
edit doesn’t contain a table. When I wrote my first Email, I had
a footer including a table and didn’t think of removing the
table to see if the
table caused my problem.
I can edit
the footer including the table when UIA use in Word isn’t
selected, I can’t
when it is selected.
Am 05.05.2022 um 05:55 schrieb Quentin
I just tested on:
Windows 10 (64-bit) Version: 21H2 (2009), Build: 19044.1645
Office 365 (64-bit) Version: 16.0.15128.20140
And using either NVDA 2021.3.5, or NVDA 2022.1Beta4,
everything works as expected with UIA enabled (2021.3.5) or
set to "Always" (2022.1beta4).
I can add or edit footers and read the text.
Which build of Office and version of NVDA are you using?
On Thu, May 5, 2022 at 7:51 AM
Sarah k Alawami <marrie12@...
I'v enot seen that seeint as of yet
myself, I'll have to see if I have that on my windows
computer which I'm not on at the moment. I'm at work.
Yee I get to learn something new when I get out today.
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On 4 May 2022, at 14:25, Luke Davis wrote:
You left out some key information.
What version of NVDA do you have?
You said that the difference occurs when
you turn UIA on or off. However, in the most recent
versions of NVDA, there is an intermediate setting,
which allows NVDA to use UIA only when necessary,
and fallback to IAccessible otherwise.
That sounds like the setting you need here.
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