Re: How to have Jaws read the title of a message within MS Outlook2016
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Press alt V, and arrow down to the arrangement submenu press the right arrow and down arrow down to the split button and press enter.
If, I remember,you will land on the date menu, so right arrow across the menu and the subject is there.
Or, arrow 2 more times down past the arrangement submenu to the reverse sort order and the add collums button.
Woe, that’s as far as I go!
if not tomorrow is another day.
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Thanks, somehow I have totally messed up my ribbons in Outlook so don’t see the choices you mention. Any idea how to get the ribbons back to their defaults with JAWS?
Hi, as well as turning off the reading pain as someone has already mentioned you need to go into view menu, arrangement menu, then add columns. In there you can choose what is shown in the list as you arrow up and down it.
Hope this helps.
Hi all, I have a client that when she opens Outlook, the subject of the message doesn’t show when arrowing down the list. Is there a way to reset Outlook so it displays the message?
We get instead, click here to download pictures, Outlook blocked some of the downloads of this messages.
This is coming up all the time.
How can we fix this error message within Outlook.