[AI] Excel Help

Tarannum Rathi tarannumrathi at gmail.com
Sat May 29 16:33:53 EDT 2010


Hi Vicky,
Thanks for your mail, but the keystrokes that you mentioned are used
in Jaws 10 and below. In jaws 11, these are changed.

On 5/27/10, Vicky Singh <ask.champs at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey,
>
> recently there was an email query regarding reading column heading in
> MS Excel. The query was regarding some JAWS settings. I am unable to
> answer the query but can provide a solution for reading column
> headings.
>
> This is an extract from Stafee bleaks website :
>
> Alt 1 through 4.
> This keystroke will read cells located in the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th
> rows of the current column. this is useful if you want to glance up
> and see what is in those cells (usually titles).
> Alt Ctrl, 1 through 4.
> These keystrokes will read the cells in the first 4 columns of the current
> row.
> Alt, Ctrl, Shift, C.
> Set column titles to row range.
> Move to the row within the table where the column titles are located
> and use the above keystroke command.
> This will set the column title association to each cell within the
> table and will allow JAWS to automatically speak the title of the cell
> while you navigate the table.
> This will, of course, offer valuable contextual reference to each cell
> especially with larger, more complex tables.
> Note: Yes, this keystroke consists of 4 keys. Hold down the Alt, Ctrl
> and Shift keys and tap the letter C.
> Note: You will want to use this keystroke when you encounter a table
> where the title row is located below the 4th row.
> Alt, Ctrl, Shift, R.
> Set row titles to column range.
> Move to the column within the table where the row titles are located
> and use the above keystroke command.
> This will set the row title association to each cell within the table
> and will allow JAWS to speak the title of the cell while you navigate
> the table.
> This will, of course, offer valuable contextual reference to each cell.
> Note: A very useful trick is to move to the cell that intercects both
> the row and column titles and then perform both the Ctrl Alt Shift R,
> and Ctrl Alt Shift C keystrokes.
> This will allow JAWS to speak the row and column titles as you
> navigate through the table.
>
> Hope that helps
>
> Regards,
>
> VS
>
>
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