[nobe-l] How to use Microsoft Outlook 2010 with Jaws
Rachel at BeckerConsultants.com
Mon Jan 16 22:59:42 UTC 2012
Do you have to have a sighted person click on the executable to run it?
From: nobe-l-bounces at nfbnet.org [mailto:nobe-l-bounces at nfbnet.org] On Behalf
Of Dr. Denise M Robinson
Sent: Monday, January 16, 2012 3:36 PM
To: National Organization of Blind Educators Mailing List
Subject: Re: [nobe-l] How to use Microsoft Outlook 2010 with Jaws
You can use just a regular unsecured thumb drive...then of course it can
easily go in the braille note and computer also. Just add the video
intercept and jaws to it and you are good to go Denise
On Mon, Jan 16, 2012 at 11:29 AM, David Andrews <dandrews at visi.com> wrote:
> It is possible to put JAWS on a thumb drive, or you used to be able to
> buy a dongle from them, a device that plugs into a USB port, and
> allows you to run JAWS from that computer. Contact your FS dealer,
> and/or look on the freedomscientific.com site.
> At 08:51 AM 1/16/2012, you wrote:
>> How do you put JAWS on a thumb drive? I've never heard of this and
>> I'm doing an internship where I will be working with people from
>> several different offices so it would be nice to have the flexibility
>> of putting JAWS on different computers as needed.
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: nobe-l-bounces at nfbnet.org
>> [mailto:nobe-l-bounces at nfbnet.**org<nobe-l-bounces at nfbnet.org>]
>> On Behalf
>> Of Dr. Denise M Robinson
>> Sent: Tuesday, December 20, 2011 2:15 PM
>> To: Discussion about issues related to blindness; National
>> Organization of Blind Educators Mailing List
>> Subject: [nobe-l] How to use Microsoft Outlook 2010 with Jaws
>> Outlook is an incredibly easy email client to use. I start my
>> students on Gmail, so I know they have an Internet based email where
>> they can go anywhere and do anything they need to no matter what.
>> They carry JAWS on a thumb drive and can plug into Grandma's or their
>> friends' computer when on vacation and still connect to the world.
>> Outlook needs to be configured to the computer you use, so does not
>> offer the flexibility as an Internet based email, however, if you
>> know you will only be on 1 or 2 computers and you want something easy
>> to use, Outlook is it.
>> Many business also use Outlook, so I highly suggest learning both
>> Gmail and Outlook, just so you will be that much more viable in
>> school, not to mention the work field. The more you know, the more
>> possibilities you will have at your disposal.
>> Here is a video on how easy it is to enter an appointment but even
>> greater is a tool for the student to keep track of homework during
>> the day, so they and the parents know exactly what needs to be
>> completed when they get home--setting bells and reminders that will
>> automatically go off: Dr.
>> Robinson teaches-Outlook Calendar with
>> For detailed lessons on Outlook and Jaws, go to : Microsoft Outlook
>> 2010 with Jaws - Import contacts to Outlook, Read, Reply to messages.
>> make a folder, an Appointment, a contact and
>> Merry Christmas
>> Denise M. Robinson, TVI, Ph.D.
>> CEO, TechVision
>> Virtual Instructor for blind/low vision
>> Website with hundreds of informational articles & lessons all done
>> keystrokes: www.yourtechvision.com
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