Re: Question about the Outlook scheduling assistant
Van Lant, Robin
One more note. I just realized that JAWS is reading those keystrokes on other Outlook ribbons, but, when I tab across the Appointment or Meeting ribbon, there are no shortcuts read out. That leads me to think there are not keystrokes to quickly access the buttons on those ribbons. Best I can think is to hit alt once to land on that ribbon in your open meeting and tab a few times to the SHOW group. I think you can also do a control right arrow to jump to that Show Group, then arrow once to Scheduling Assistant.
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She’s asking about the Scheduling Assistant that is used in companies to look at other attendees’ availability. I usually open the home ribbon and just tab to it. I’m not sure of the key shortcuts, as I have those turned off in JAWS and cannot figure out how to turn them back on.
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If you’re talking about the appointment calendar you can do a control shift A.
Hi all! I was wondering if anyone knows how to reach the scheduling assistant in Outlook using a keystroke now. It seems that the command that I used to be able to use no longer works. Alt plus H followed by the letter U is not working like it once did. Is there another way? Many thanks!