The numeric keypad is located on the right hand side of your keyboard. To write numbers with the Numeric pad, you will need to turn Num Loc on; the Num Lock key is located on the upper left-hand corner of the numeric keypad. The insert key is located on the upper left row of the six-pack of keys between the normal keyboard and the numeric pad on desktop computers. On the laptop computers that are loaned out to students, usually Dell, the Insert key is the third key from the right on the top row of keys. On desktop and laptop computers, functions keys F1 through F12 are located on the top row of your normal keyboard.
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Assistive Technology. Being a low vision user, before I was introduced to screen readers I always wondered if I could ever use a computer. As all I knew of computer was it was a powerful tool to get information over the internet, which had a monitor which displays the information, a keyboard to type the data and a mouse to navigate and click the interactive elements. Yes screen readers do not rely on mouse. I could perform all activities only by my keyboard that someone could do with a mouse.
Though at first I found it difficult and tiring job as I had to navigate to entire page with the arrow keys. But as I explored more I found many keystrokes that helped in scanning through a page through heading, quickly jumping to links, finding the form field etc.
But sometimes I too get confused with some of the keystrokes. So I always keep a Cheat sheet for screen reader commands handy with me!
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I would like to know if you provide any services for ADA testing including providing certification after your company performs ADA testing? If so, please share your pricing information at my email address. If yes, kindly advice on the key strokes. Thank you for this! How do you read noninteractive text? So I thought of sharing it with the community so that users can access a webpage with ease.
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Email: bob sweetmansystems. This document presents an overview of Jaws, Word and Internet commands. The reader will learn both JAWS and Windows commands by studying both the commands and examples showing the context in which the commands are used. Commands for Reading the Screen.. Speech Rate, Rewind, and Cursor Commands. Internet Commands.