1. JAWS Keystrokes Checklist. Action (What). Shortcut (How). Learning Knows. Open JAWS menu / Quit JAWS. JAWS+J / JAWS+F4 JAWS key default is INSERT . List Links: JAWS+F7 Prior rather than Next: SHIFT with the below keystrokes. Next Visited Link: V Next Unvisited Link: U Next Heading: H List Headings: JAWS +. JAWS Keyboard Commands / Shortcuts in any control in a dialog box for context sensitive help on the type of control and keystrokes that work in that control.

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JAWS Keystrokes Checklist | Statewide Vision Resource Centre

If you choose the Individual Voice Adjustment option, you can change the pitch of the voice you are currently using to read this document. Press Enter on the Global Voice Settings option. All, Labeled and None. Activating the PC cursor is the same as turning off Forms Mode in an internet browser.

F2 Find a File or Folder from the Desktop: To manually label the graphic: Press Enter to save your settings or Escape to cancel.

This setting is useful to have on when surfing the web, because it tells you how much of a web page is loaded. On the laptop computers that are loaned out to students, usually Dell, the Insert key is the third key from the right keysttokes the top row of kaws.

JAWS Web Page Commands

There are two options in this menu: You can either label a graphic manually or use the auto-labeler. To choose one of these aliases: You can either turn this setting on or off.


Keysrtokes time you press the spacebar, you will hear JAWS say, “all, most, some, or one. Use the up- or down-arrow keys to change the pitch. Press Enter again to save your new voice alias settings and close the dialog box, or press Escape to cancel. There are four cursors in JAWS: None, Highlighted, and All.

Once you feel comfortable labeling graphics, you can find a graphic to label by first activating the JAWS cursor and then going to the toolbar in HJ-Pad, where there are quite a few unlabeled graphics. Backspace Select One Character: On the bottom left is Delete, End, and Page Down. If you choose By Paragraph, JAWS will pause momentarily at the end of the paragraph that has just been read before proceeding to the next paragraph.

Search this Guide Search. You might need sighted assistance to determine how to label graphics properly. Use your down-arrow key to navigate through the list of settings you can alter. If you choose By Lines with Pauses, JAWS will pause for a moment at the end of the line of text it has just finished reading before moving to the next line. You can turn this setting on or off.

If you choose not to have any screen echo, JAWS will not speak any text changes on your screen that might occur. The key describer identifies the key or key combinations that you press.

This setting, which you can turn on or off, will announce indentation according to the rules you set in the Speech and Sounds Manager. Options, Utilities, Language, Help. You can use the graphics labeler to label these graphics so they make sense.


There are three levels of verbosity for this option: In the JAWS Configuration Manager, the Voice Aliases option allows you to choose different voices for certain instances of text, such as bold or quoted text; you can also use the “Web Rentacrowd” option, and JAWS will use different voices to denote links.

Find the graphic you want to label. This function describes JAWS keystrokes specific to the active application. Delete Delete Prior Character: Tab to the pitch scroll bar, where keytsrokes will hear JAWS announce “pitch,” followed by a number. If you choose the setting for no typing echo, JAWS won’t begin to speak until you use the arrow ,eystrokes to read the line of text where your cursor is located.

JAWS Shortcut Keys

On desktop and laptop computers, functions keys F1 through F12 are located on the top row of your normal keyboard. Browse through the twenty different options and listen carefully to the descriptions. To do this, press Page-Up to move to the top keystdokes the window, and then the Home key to move to the top-left portion of the toolbar.