[Pibe-division] Answers on How to Use Windows 7

Dr. Denise M. Robinson dmehlenbacher at yahoo.com
Tue Oct 18 05:41:50 CDT 2011

Answers on How to Use Windows 7 
When you are using Windows 7, every time you hit the start key, think of it as entering a huge search engine for your computer. Any word you 
type in, Windows 7 will find. 

Your Start Key or Windows Key is the second key in on the left of a 
desktop keyboard (the key with the windows symbols picture on it). For 
sighted people it is the round button you most likely click on at the 
bottom left hand corner of the screen.

Let's do some keystrokes to see how fast Windows 7 is:
Hit the start key and type in: volume and down arrow to adjust system 
volume or what is applicable to your version of Windows 7. Enter on the 
volume and your options open. Up and down arrow to adjust the volume. 
Hit ESC --top right hand corner on keyboard to get out of the volume

Hit the start key again and type: documents and down arrow to documents 
and enter to open--down arrow through all the documents you have already
 created on your computer
ALT+F4 to close the documents folder

Hit the start key again and type in the name of a file on your computer,
 down arrow to find the file and enter to open it. The file opens.
ALT+F4 to close the file

You can search for anything on your computer with that START Key....it 
is very powerful. Now go have some fun and look for other things on your
 computer using the Start key.

If you would like to learn how to use Windows 7 and Office products using just the keyboard or keystrokes with JAWS, go to yourtechvision.com and go through the site either with a mouse or with JAWS using 
Insert+F7. You can move through your options easily on every page, using your TAB key.

If you don't see a lesson you want, just go to the contacts page and 
request a particular lesson you need and it will be added to the site. 
Denise M. Robinson, TVI, Ph.D. 
CEO, TechVision
Specialist in blind technology/teaching/training
email:  yourtechvision at gmail.com
Website with hundreds of lessons: yourtechvision.com 
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