JAWS does not read Outlook 2007 email subject line


Andrew E

when scrolling through Outlook 2007 email the subject line, from or date does
not read.

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Andrew said:
when scrolling through Outlook 2007 email the subject line, from or date does
not read.

JAWS, huh? And what might JAWS be? There are lots of possible acronyms
listed at http://www.acronymfinder.com/JAWS.html.

"does not read". Fields in a database or shown in a UI do not "read". They
display the values in those fields in a record. You'll need to better
explain what you meant to say.

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don't expect others to know what is your situation. Explain YOUR computing
environment and just what actions you take to reproduce the problem.

Often you get just one chance per potential respondent to elicit a reply
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to the next post and never return to yours.

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like your username in an e-mail address but not the domain).
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reproduce it.

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