[AI] AccessIndia Digest, Vol 49, Issue 195

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Sun May 30 07:47:02 EDT 2010


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>    1. Re: shortcut keys for google talk (sunilsangtani)
>    2. PCC/IPCC students (Milan Mittal)
>    3. Re: Excel Help (Tarannum Rathi)
>    4. Re: regarding Proof reading webcaste (Shadab Husain)
>    5. The next step in telephony (Renuka Warrier)
>    6. Coming soon: Bluetooth's new, low-energy consuming avatar
>       (Renuka Warrier)
>    7. Re: shortcut keys for google talk (labhendra mhatre)
>    8. Re: shortcut keys for google talk (labhendra mhatre)
>    9. Re: Query regarding Hindi typing with JAWS. (Sandeep Singh)
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> Message: 1
> Date: Sun, 30 May 2010 00:39:05 +0530
> From: sunilsangtani <sunilsangtani99 at gmail.com>
> To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in
> Subject: Re: [AI] shortcut keys for google talk
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> hallo sir,
> if you have jaws scripts installed, then press the insert+H KEY in the
> google talk window or skype window to get the detailed information
> about shortcut keys to use the program.
>
> On 5/29/10, labhendra mhatre <dr.labhendra at gmail.com> wrote:
>> hallo list,
>> does any one using google talk ? if so tell me the shortcut keys for the
>> same.
>>
>> i know one shortcut key to receive the call that is F11, but how to
>> send a call with the help of shortcut key.
>>
>> or else
>> use of skype.
>> awaiting for your early reply. thanks in anticipation.
>> --
>>
>> Dr. Labhendra Mhatre.
>> Physiotherapist
>> Paraplegic Foundation, Mumbai
>> +91 9819918844
>> Email:
>> dr.labhendra at gmail.com
>>
>>
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> And I have miles to go before I sleep."
> sunil sangtani
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> Message: 2
> Date: Sun, 30 May 2010 02:00:00 +0530
> From: Milan Mittal <milan.mittal at gmail.com>
> To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in
> Subject: [AI] PCC/IPCC students
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> Hello list members,
> I hope everything is fine. Sorry for not being active on list for such
> a long time.
> Well this time i am looking for people doing CA PCC/IPCC on the list.
> If anybody out there can contact me off the list.
> My contact details are given as under.
>
> --
> Thanks and regards,
> Milan Mittal
> Mobile - 09910043004
> Email ID - milan.mittal at yahoo.com
> Skype - milan.mittal
>
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 3
> Date: Sat, 29 May 2010 08:33:53 -1200
> From: Tarannum Rathi <tarannumrathi at gmail.com>
> To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in
> Subject: Re: [AI] Excel Help
> Message-ID:
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> 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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> Message: 4
> Date: Sun, 30 May 2010 09:33:58 +0530
> From: Shadab Husain <shadabhsn at gmail.com>
> To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in
> Subject: Re: [AI] regarding Proof reading webcaste
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> Dear Sir,
>
> Thanks for this alternative.
>
> Sometimes people capitalise the first letter of the words, though it
> is not needed. The spell check command doesn?t show such kind of
> errors. If there is any way to check this, could you please include it
> in the presentation?
>
> With warm regards,
>
> Shadab
>
>
>
>
> On 5/28/10, Subramani L <lsubramani at deccanherald.co.in> wrote:
>> Folks:
>>
>> A bit of a bad news... Due to technical glitches, mostly from my end, it
>> looks like live presentation is difficult. As an alternative, we have
>> decided to post  a pre-recorded version on Prateek's site (most likely
>> by late Saturday or Sunday) that can be listened to by everyone later.
>> Those who have questions can send them to me and probably I can do one
>> more recording to answer all of them. Hope this is a satisfying
>> compromise. Appologies for not being able to fulfil the promise of a
>> webcaste. We shall do this in future.
>>
>> Subramani
>>
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> --
> Easy tips for improving English at
> shadablucknow.blogspot.com
> My contributions to the press
> http://shadablucknow.blogspot.com/2008/10/my-contributions-to-press.html#links
> Shadab Husain interviews Danny Bloom
> shdb101.blogspot.com
> Many posts on one page
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> Message: 5
> Date: Sun, 30 May 2010 10:17:02 +0530
> From: "Renuka Warrier" <erenuka at gmail.com>
> To: "access india" <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
> Subject: [AI] The next step in telephony
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> Date:30/05/2010 URL:
> http://www.thehindu.com/2010/05/30/stories/2010053061371100.htm
> _________________________________________________________________________________
>
> Link: Front Page
> The next step in telephony
>
> Ajai Sreevatsan and Shyam Ranganathan
>
> 3G phone allows simultaneous use of speech and data services
> CHENNAI: If a mobile phone is an integral part of your identity, all the
> recent talk about 3G might have left you a bit lost and confused. The
> government has earned windfall revenue from the recent 3G spectrum auction,
> but what does the acronym mean to users hooked to their mobile device?
>
> 3G or 3rd Generation is the next step in the evolution of mobile telephony
> standards. A mobile phone is essentially an extremely sophisticated radio
> (one which can send and receive a voice message overlapped on top of a
> carrier signal), and wireless telephony has come a long way since Marconi's
> first successful trans-Atlantic radio-telegraph message in 1902.
>
> "The significant difference in the functionality offered by a 3G phone is
> that it allows simultaneous use of speech and data services," says Bhaskar
> Ramamurthi, head of the Centre of Excellence in Wireless Technology (CEWiT),
> IIT-Madras.
>
> Packet Switching
>
> The 3G phone uses a method of data transmission technology called Packet
> Switching. Data is split into packets that have a unique address. Data can
> be sent on any path in a network and recombined and inter-connected. Thus
> data will be transmitted faster than voice calls, though both are routed
> through the same virtual band of frequencies called the spectrum.
>
> The higher data rate, however, comes at a cost. During the recent spectrum
> auctions, 5MHz slots were allotted to various telecom players.
>
> Imagine the 2G GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications) standard of 31
> carriers of 200KHz to be 31 cycle tracks, says Dr. Ramamurthi, "then the
> 5MHz 3G spectrum split into four 1.25MHz carrier pathways (as per
> International Telecommunication Union standards) can be viewed as a highway
> with traffic in both directions. Voice and data can be accommodated in the
> same channel, as the carrying capacity is greater. Data transfer rates can
> go up to several Mbps."
>
> Services like video calling and on-demand TV essentially tap into this extra
> space in the air waves. The amount of bandwidth required to explore the full
> potential of 3G could be as much as 15-20 MHz, a 500-fold increase in the
> amount of bandwidth required.
>
> The widened spectrum means that an upgrade of both the handset (due to the
> requirement for a baseband chipset architecture that supports the 3G
> cellular modem) and the air interfaces of the existing cellular network is
> required. The dominant 3G air interface technologies are W-CDMA (Wideband
> Code Division Multiple Access) and CDMA200, which are 'revolutionary'
> upgrades of GSM and CDMA.
>
> As devices get upgraded, 3G will be at the convergence of computing,
> communications and consumer devices.
>
> "How many are going to upgrade their handset just to get 3G services" asks
> J. Shivkumar, Chief Technology Officer of Wi5, a wireless solutions
> provider. "It is going to be a premium service and will be available only in
> high density zones like Central Business Districts. Data access speeds will
> drop outside these zones. In other locations, coverage will be available,
> but not the required bandwidth to offer fast data access." A mobile voice
> call typically consumes only 6-13 kbps.
>
> Pointing out that data usage revenue has already overtaken voice revenue in
> the U.S., A. Subramanian, Chief General Manager, BSNL Chennai, says: "The
> focus is now going to be on getting more customers into 2.5G services such
> as GPRS and EDGE through cheaper rates. Most of the existing handsets can
> handle GPRS. Once initiated to data services, customers will tend to shift
> to 3G for better access speeds."
>
>
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 6
> Date: Sun, 30 May 2010 10:22:17 +0530
> From: "Renuka Warrier" <erenuka at gmail.com>
> To: "access india" <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
> Subject: [AI] Coming soon: Bluetooth's new, low-energy consuming
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> Date:30/05/2010 URL:
> http://www.thehindu.com/2010/05/30/stories/2010053061341100.htm
> _________________________________________________________________________________
>
> Link: Front Page
> Coming soon: Bluetooth's new, low-energy consuming avatar
>
> T. Ramachandran
>
> Will pave the way for its use in a whole new range of devices
> _________________________________________________________________________________
> Small devices that run on button cell batteries can be equipped with
> Bluetooth
>
> 'Next generation watches will act as hubs of information and interact with
> other devices'
>
> _________________________________________________________________________________
> KOCHI: The availability of a new, low-energy consuming avatar of Bluetooth,
> the technology that facilitates short-range wireless communication between
> devices, will soon pave the way for its use in a whole new range of devices,
> say experts.
>
> The Bluetooth technology is now commonly used in mobile phones, computers
> and many other devices.
>
> There are three versions of this technology - the classic one that is used
> in a wide range of consumer devices; the Bluetooth high speed technology
> which is used for transfer of videos, music and photos between devices; and
> the low-energy technology.
>
> In recent weeks, the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) has released
> more information about its forthcoming Bluetooth Core Specification Version
> 4.0, the highlight of which is low-energy technology.
>
> Thanks to this technology, small devices that run on button cell batteries -
> the small coin-like batteries used in watches, for instance - can be
> equipped with Bluetooth. This means that small devices which receive data
> through various sensors will be able to transmit it real time to nearby
> gadgets like a mobile phone, laptop or computer and even a watch.
>
> For instance, the 'next generation' watches will act as hubs of such
> information and interact with other devices, say the promoters of this
> technology.
>
> So a range of button-cell powered gadgets connected with automotive and
> automation home entertainment, security, fitness and sports and mobile
> health will come enabled with this technology.
>
> Executive director of the Bluetooth SIG Mike Foley told The Hindu , "I
> believe that 'hub'-type devices [mobile phones, personal computers, and
> television sets] will quickly include the low energy feature of the v4.0
> specification. This is because the design of low energy makes this a simple
> hardware upgrade to existing design."
>
> What are the challenges the manufacturers face in deploying the new
> technology?
>
> "The chipset is designed to be a replacement for an existing Bluetooth
> module allowing the antenna and other components in a design to be reused.
> However, to take advantage of the new use cases, additional software must be
> created, tested and deployed. Thus, some work needs to be done to take
> advantage of the new capabilities supported," Mr. Foley said.
>
> In the home environment, information provided by sensors could probably make
> it easier to track happenings and trigger activities - in the kitchen, for
> instance.
>
> In automobiles, such sensors could keep track of parameters like tyre
> pressure and alert the driver when there is need for attention.
>
>
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 7
> Date: Sun, 30 May 2010 11:04:46 +0530
> From: labhendra mhatre <dr.labhendra at gmail.com>
> To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in
> Subject: Re: [AI] shortcut keys for google talk
> Message-ID:
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> hallow sir,
> thank you for your kind reply.
>
>
> On 5/30/10, sunilsangtani <sunilsangtani99 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> hallo sir,
>> if you have jaws scripts installed, then press the insert+H KEY in the
>> google talk window or skype window to get the detailed information
>> about shortcut keys to use the program.
>>
>> On 5/29/10, labhendra mhatre <dr.labhendra at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> hallo list,
>>> does any one using google talk ? if so tell me the shortcut keys for the
>>> same.
>>>
>>> i know one shortcut key to receive the call that is F11, but how to
>>> send a call with the help of shortcut key.
>>>
>>> or else
>>> use of skype.
>>> awaiting for your early reply. thanks in anticipation.
>>> --
>>>
>>> Dr. Labhendra Mhatre.
>>> Physiotherapist
>>> Paraplegic Foundation, Mumbai
>>> +91 9819918844
>>> Email:
>>> dr.labhendra at gmail.com
>>>
>>>
>>>
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>>
>>
>> --
>> "Woods are dark and deep,
>> I have promises to keep,
>> And I have miles to go before I sleep."
>> sunil sangtani
>>
>>
>>
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>
>
> --
>
> Dr. Labhendra Mhatre.
> Physiotherapist
> Paraplegic Foundation, Mumbai
> +91 9819918844
> Email:
> dr.labhendra at gmail.com
>
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 8
> Date: Sun, 30 May 2010 11:05:27 +0530
> From: labhendra mhatre <dr.labhendra at gmail.com>
> To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in
> Subject: Re: [AI] shortcut keys for google talk
> Message-ID:
> 	<AANLkTik6kOGOTWHKybYXVe--uzvxAqTV2iTuojEUZPF2 at mail.gmail.com>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1
>
> On 5/30/10, labhendra mhatre <dr.labhendra at gmail.com> wrote:
>> hallow sir,
>> thank you for your kind reply.
>>
>>
>> On 5/30/10, sunilsangtani <sunilsangtani99 at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> hallo sir,
>>> if you have jaws scripts installed, then press the insert+H KEY in the
>>> google talk window or skype window to get the detailed information
>>> about shortcut keys to use the program.
>>>
>>> On 5/29/10, labhendra mhatre <dr.labhendra at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> hallo list,
>>>> does any one using google talk ? if so tell me the shortcut keys for the
>>>> same.
>>>>
>>>> i know one shortcut key to receive the call that is F11, but how to
>>>> send a call with the help of shortcut key.
>>>>
>>>> or else
>>>> use of skype.
>>>> awaiting for your early reply. thanks in anticipation.
>>>> --
>>>>
>>>> Dr. Labhendra Mhatre.
>>>> Physiotherapist
>>>> Paraplegic Foundation, Mumbai
>>>> +91 9819918844
>>>> Email:
>>>> dr.labhendra at gmail.com
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> To unsubscribe send a message to accessindia-request at accessindia.org.in
>>>> with
>>>> the subject unsubscribe.
>>>>
>>>> To change your subscription to digest mode or make any other changes,
>>>> please
>>>> visit the list home page at
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>>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> --
>>> "Woods are dark and deep,
>>> I have promises to keep,
>>> And I have miles to go before I sleep."
>>> sunil sangtani
>>>
>>>
>>>
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>>
>>
>> --
>>
>> Dr. Labhendra Mhatre.
>> Physiotherapist
>> Paraplegic Foundation, Mumbai
>> +91 9819918844
>> Email:
>> dr.labhendra at gmail.com
>>
>
>
> --
>
> Dr. Labhendra Mhatre.
> Physiotherapist
> Paraplegic Foundation, Mumbai
> +91 9819918844
> Email:
> dr.labhendra at gmail.com
> Skype Id:
> labhendra.physio
>
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 9
> Date: Sun, 30 May 2010 13:51:37 +0530
> From: Sandeep Singh <sandeepsingh477 at gmail.com>
> To: navneet <dubeynavneetk at gmail.com>,accessindia at accessindia.org.in
> Subject: Re: [AI] Query regarding Hindi typing with JAWS.
> Message-ID: <4c02201a.0c7c8d0a.5fab.0485 at mx.google.com>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"; format=flowed
>
> Hi,
> Here's the mail that was sent by Mr. Amiyo Biswas:
>
> If you install Hindi from XP cd, you can use Hindi Mangal font. It's
> the default font for XP Hindi. Here are the instructions for
> installing Hindi extracted
> from the Safa programme of NAB Delhi:
>
>    5.1 Installing complex script for Indian languages
>
> Step1: Go to Control Panel > Regional and Language Options >
> Languages tab and check "Install files for complex script and
> right-to-left languages (including
> Thai)" checkbox. This may require Windows OS Installation CD.
>
> Step 2: Follow the on screen instruction to let windows copy all the
> necessary files.
>
>    5.2 Extending support of advanced text services to all programs
>
> To use advanced text services in notepad and other applications that
> do not normally support them, you should change some language
> options. To do this follow
> the instructions given below.
>
> Step 1: Go to "Regional and language Options" section from control panel.
>
> Step 2: Go to "Languages" tab, then navigate and activate "Details" button.
>
> Step 3: In the resulting dialog box of "Text Services and Input
> Languages" Go to the "Advanced" tab.
>
> Step 4: Check "Extend support of advanced text services to all
> programs" check box.
>
> Step 5: Activate "Apply", and close all control panel windows.
>
>    5.3 Enabling input for Indian languages
>
> After Indic language support has been added, the need is to enable
> input for Indian regional language. An example is given below to
> enable input for Hindi
> language. Same steps can be followed to enable input for other Indian
> regional languages.
>
> Step 1: Go to Control Panel > Regional and Language Options > Languages tab.
>
> Step 2: In the resulting dialog move to and activate "Details" button.
>
> Step 3: In the resulting dialog of "Text Services and Input
> Languages" move to and activate "Add" button.
>
> Step 4: In the resulting dialog of "Add Input Language", select
> "Hindi" in "Input language" combo box.
>
> Step 5: Check "Keyboard layout/IME" check box and select Devanagari
> -INSCRIPT as input method in the next combo box.
>
> Step 6: Now tab to "Ok" button and activate the button, repeat the
> step to close all the control panel windows.
>
>    5.4 Adding keyboard for an input language
>
> After enabling support for an input language you can add keyboard
> layouts by following the steps given below:
>
> Step 1: Go to Control Panel > Regional and Language Options > Languages tab.
>
> Step 2: In the dialog box press enter on Details button. A new dialog
> box of "Text Services and Input Languages" will appear.
>
> Step 3: Press tab once to go to Installed services tree view and
> select the input language for which you want to add a keyboard layout.
>
> Step 4: Now press tab once to go to "Add" button and press enter to
> activate it. This will launch "Add Input Language" dialog box.
>
> Step 5: In the dialog, the input language combo box will have the
> input language which you selected in the previous step. If the
> language in this combo
> box is different then select your desired language.
>
> Step 6: Press tab once and make sure that the "Keyboard layout/IME"
> checkbox is checked. If not then check it by pressing space bar.
>
> Step 7: Now select the desired keyboard layout from the next combo
> box which you want to add for the selected input language.
>
> Step 8: Tab to Ok button and activate it. Repeat the step to close
> all open window of control panel.
>
>    5.5 Switching between different input languages and keyboard
>
> To switch between input languages use left Alt + left shift keys.
>
> To switch between keyboard for currently selected input language use
> Ctrl + Shift keys.
>
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> At 11:27 PM 26-05-10, you wrote:
>>when on wich day can you forword the said mail once again please
>>navneet dubey
>>
>>----- Original Message ----- From: "Sandeep Singh"
>> <sandeepsingh477 at gmail.com>
>>To: <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
>>Sent: Saturday, May 01, 2010 2:53 PM
>>Subject: Re: [AI] Query regarding Hindi typing with JAWS.
>>
>>
>>>Hi,
>>>Amiyo sir had given a very detailed account of how to install hindi
>>>or any local language in your computer. If you can locate that,
>>>that will help you immensely.
>>>Regards,
>>>Sandeep
>>>
>>>At 10:49 AM 30-04-10, you wrote:
>>>>Dear list members,
>>>>As the subject line reveals itself, I have a query related to Hindi
>>>>typing with JAWS. I am using JAWS 10 in my PC. Could any one of you
>>>>guide me how to add Hindi to JAWS. Thanks in advance. God bless you
>>>>all.
>>>>
>>>>--
>>>>Thanks and regards
>>>>
>>>>
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