I have tried f6. I get the same result.
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At 07:27 PM 7/9/2019, you wrote:
I had problems with the find command since I moved to windows 10. An
alternative key to use is the F6 which brings up the search box just like it
does with the ctrl+f, give it a try.
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Sent: July 9, 2019 6:22 PM
Subject: [jaws-users] Word 2016 "find"
windows 10, 1903
JAWS 2019 June version
Word 2016 retail
JAWS Word classic scripts.
When I press ctrl+f and type in the word 'team' and press enter, JAWS
tells me 'not available in tables or spellcheck ..." or some other
apps. then it says, "one of two". if I press enter on what is
obviously the "find next" button, JAWS speaks the same message, with
the addition of "two of two". It is finding the data. However,
insert+c generates the same "not available" message. Escaping from
the find dialog leaves the cursor on the word, selected.
How can I make JAWS tell me it has found the word and read the word