Browsing Product: Window-Eyes

  1. GWKB1000 - Screen Shots - ­What is a screen shot? A screen shot is like a photograph of the state of your system at any given...
  2. GWKB1001 - Set Files - What is a set file? A SET (short for settings) file is a place for Window-Eyes to store application specific data for retrieval at...
  3. GWKB1002 - Software Maintenance Agreement - What is an SMA? SMA stands for software maintenance agreement. How do I purchase the SMA? Please contact an authorized...
  4. GWKB1003 - Working With Window-Eyes User Windows - Working With Window-Eyes User Windows This guide describes how Window-Eyes standard, hyperactive, and float windows operate. For this guide, it is assumed that you are...
  5. GWKB1004 - Network and Multi-User Installation Guide - The following document will guide you through the Window-Eyes network installation process, and demonstrate how ­to set up multiple Window-Eyes user accounts.
  6. GWKB1005 - Smart Web Browsing with Window-Eyes - What is Browse Mode? Web browsers are designed with sighted users in mind. That is, the designers assume users can review the content of web pages with...
  7. GWKB1006 - So You Want to Write a Set File? - So You Want to Write a Set file? The information in this article applies to Window-Eyes 7.5. While the majority of the information is true for...
  8. GWKB1007 - The Window-Eyes API - Window-Eyes has the ability to communicate directly with applications by using an Application Programming Interface (API) called GWSpeak.Speak. The following example demonstrates the use...
  9. GWKB1008 - Navigating Microsoft Word Tables - Did you know that Window-Eyes makes it possible to navigate a table in Microsoft Word? Window-Eyes now offers keystrokes that will navigate through a table by following...
  10. GWKB1009 - Set File Associations - Associated means you or someone saved a set file and when Window-Eyes said "confirm association" you said yes. This means whenever the current Microsoft...
  11. GWKB1010 - About Active Accessibility Support - This article provides an overview of Active Accessibility SDK support provided by the MSHTML component of Internet Explorer. Accessibility aids are applications that help people with disabilities...
  12. GWKB1011 - How to Use Windows XP - Here's your one-stop shop for learning how to use the features and technologies that come with Windows XP. Working Remotely - Get as much work done...
  13. GWKB1012 - Microsoft Accessibility - Accessible technology enables opportunity for people of all abilities to scale new heights and achieve goals they never thought possible. Make your computer easier to use with accessibility options...
  14. GWKB1013 - Word 2000 Step by Step Tutorials - Following are step by step tutorials on adjusting accessibility options Word 2000. Instructions are provided for both mouse and keyboard implementation. Customizing Menus and Toolbars ...
  15. GWKB1014 - Word 2002 Step by Step Tutorials - Following are step by step tutorials on adjusting accessibility options in Word 2002. Instructions are provided for both mouse and keyboard implementation. Using Keyboard Shortcuts ...
  16. GWKB1015 - Using Accessible PDF Documents with Adobe Reader - Adobe is committed to promoting accessibility in both the Adobe Acrobat software and the information contained in Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) documents.
  17. GWKB1016 - An Introduction to Driver Chain Manager - Learn how Driver Chain Manager (DCM) helps reduce the errors that users of assistive technology products can experience when they have multiple screen readers, screen magnifiers or remote access...
  18. GWKB1017 - Windows XP Upgrade Advisor - The Upgrade Advisor is a tool that checks your system hardware and software to see if it is ready for upgrade to Windows XP. If you run Upgrade Advisor...
  19. GWKB1018 - Windows XP Step by Step Tutorials - Following are step by step tutorials on adjusting accessibility options and using accessibility utilities in Windows XP. Instructions are provided for both mouse and keyboard implementation. ...
  20. GWKB1019 - Five editions of Windows XP compared - Microsoft's most advanced desktop operating system, Windows XP, is at the center of ongoing personal computing innovation. With Windows XP, home users can experience the digital world like never...
  21. GWKB1020 - How to reinstall or repair Internet Explorer and Outlook Express in Windows XP - This article describes how to reinstall or repair Internet Explorer 6 and Outlook Express 6 in Windows XP. You may have to do this if you are having problems...
  22. GWKB1021 - Window-Eyes Hook Errors Under Windows 9X/Me - Symptom: When you launch Window-Eyes 5.0, or earlier, under Windows 9X/Me, you may receive an error that says: LoadCursor: Could not create...
  23. GWKB1022 - Speech Parameter Hot Keys Do Not Speak - Symptom: Using Window-Eyes 5.0, or greater, when pressing the Speech Parameters hot keys (CTRL-ALT-ARROW KEYS by default) Window-Eyes will not indicate the current...
  24. GWKB1023 - Serial Synthesizer Not Working - Symptom: Serial synthesizer, such as the DECtalk Express, are either not detected by Window-Eyes, or are not speaking correctly, such as random characters. ...
  25. GWKB1027 - Using the Braille Sense as a Bluetooth Braille Display with Window-Eyes - These instructions are relevant to firmware version 5.51 of all Braille Sense notetakers. The term "Braille Sense" is used to refer to all Braille Sense models whether...
  26. GWKB1029 - Adding Form Controls to Microsoft Word - Window-Eyes will easily read Microsoft Word form controls when designed with accessibility in mind. Creating accessible documents often falls on the part of a sighted individual who may...
  27. GWKB1034 - Accessing Attachments in Email Messages - Email attachments are files that are included (or "attached") with an email message. Documents, images, and even application files can be sent via email. Attachments...
  28. GWKB1036 - Learning New Applications with Window-Eyes - Window-Eyes makes accessing new applications quick and easy. Whether you've purchased a new program from a local computer store, or downloaded a popular application from the Internet, Window-Eyes...
  29. GWKB1037 - Window-Eyes LTO Internet Activation - Window-Eyes Lease-To-Own (or LTO) can be activated using an Internet connection.Initial Activation Using the InternetWhen choosing to...
  30. GWKB1038 - No Interruptability in Internet Explorer - Symptom: After launching Internet Explorer, Window-Eyes interruptability is non-existent, keystrokes are ignored, and menus and dialogs are not readable with any hot key, or key press.
  31. GWKB1039 - Understanding Windows Elements - Microsoft Windows uses an interactive Graphical User Interface (or GUI) method of communication that sits between the applications you command, and the nuts and bolts of the operating system. Windows...
  32. GWKB1040 - Window-Eyes and Firefox Extensions - One of the more powerful features that make Mozilla Firefox a good choice for a customized browsing experience is the support for extensions. Extensions are small, usually third-party, add-...
  33. GWKB1041 - ZoomText Not Tracking Focus with Window-Eyes - Symptom: When running ZoomText 8.1 (or greater) in conjunction with Window-Eyes, ZoomText will not track correctly when focus moves around the screen. ZoomText hot keys may also...
  34. GWKB1042 - Window-Eyes and Remote Access - Window-Eyes and Remote Access This guide describes how to configure Window-Eyes to work with various types of remote access software. Though the steps outlined below...
  35. GWKB1043 - Configuring the Braille Sense to Work as a Braille Display via the USB Port - These instructions are relevant to all firmware versions up to 5.51 of all Braille Sense notetakers. The term "Braille Sense" is used to refer to all Braille...
  36. GWKB1044 - Previously Accessible ActiveX Controls No Longer Speak - Symptom: Web pages containing accessible ActiveX controls (like Flash) no longer read automatically, and instead display a control called "inactive button" which, when pressed, simply...
  37. GWKB1045 - The Insert Key Layout: The Path from JAWS to Window-Eyes Made Easy - ­­The primary purpose of having the Insert Key Layout for Window-Eyes is to offer individuals who use JAWS an easy way to use Window-Eyes without...
  38. GWKB1046 - Using the Braille Sense as a Refreshable Braille Display with JAWS - Symptom: Braille Sense does not appear to be supported by JAWS.Cause: Freedom Scientific does not believe it "makes good business sense&...
  39. GWKB1050 - Window-Eyes and Autorun on USB Flash Drives - NOTE: The following steps require Windows XP SP 2 (Home or Professional) or greater. Previous versions of Windows will not support this feature. Simplifying...
  40. GWKB1051 - GW Micro Podcasts - Did you know that there are four GW Micro podcasts to choose from?Podcasting is a method of publishing files, most often MP3 audio files, on the...
  41. GWKB1052 - Internet Explorer 7 RC1 Causes Startup Problems - Symptom: After installing Internet Explorer 7 RC1 (or a version of Internet Explorer 7 prior to the final released version), Window-Eyes Load Before Startup no longer appears...
  42. GWKB1053 - How to Create Drawings with Window-Eyes and PowerPoint - What a Winning Combination.With Braille embossers able to print graphics, blind people are entering the "Graphics Age". Technical fields are becoming increasingly more visual...
  43. GWKB1054 - Adding New Appointments to Non-Default Outlook Calendar - Did you know that adding appointments to calendars other than the default in Outlook can be accomplished with a few simple keystrokes? Appointments added via the Window-Eyes Outlook...
  44. GWKB1055 - Window-Eyes Speaks "Go To" Continuously in Microsoft Word - Symptom: While working in Microsoft Word, Window-Eyes continually speaks the phrase “Go to” or “Go to, Control G.” Cause: By default,...
  45. GWKB1057 - Arrowing Through Combo Box Items on Web Pages Automatically Loads New Page - Symptom: When you navigate to a combo box on a web page, press ENTER to turn off Browse Mode, and then down arrow to move through the...
  46. GWKB1059 - Braille Sense Reports Incorrect Battery Status and/or Discharges Rapidly - These instructions are relevant to all firmware versions up to 5.51 of all Sense notetakers. The term "Sense notetaker" is used to refer to all Braille Sense...
  47. GWKB1060 - Uninstalling Window-Eyes Manually - If you encounter problems when attempting to remove Window-Eyes from your PC through the standard software removal process, you will need to remove Window-Eyes using the Window-...
  48. GWKB1061 - Disabling Smart Tags in Microsoft Word - Symptom: When navigating through text, or modifying text, in Microsoft Word, you repeatedly hear the phrase, "Smart tag, undo auto action," or "Smart tag,"...
  49. GWKB1062 - Small-Talk Battery Does Not Hold Charge - Symptom: The Small-Talk Ultra battery does not hold a charge, will not charge at all, or does not charge properly.Cause:...
  50. GWKB1065 - Turning Off Sticky Keys In Windows Vista - Symptom: Sticky keys dialog comes up while using Windows Vista and you don’t want it to. Cause: There...
  51. GWKB1066 - Window-Eyes and Mouse Pointers - Window-Eyes and the Mouse Pointers Did you know that Window-Eyes gives you the ability to hear the name of an active mouse pointer? ...
  52. GWKB1067 - Understanding Window-Eyes Mobile - Running applications from a removable device, such as a USB drive (also known as Flash or Pen drives), allows you to keep your most commonly used programs with you...
  53. GWKB1068 - Deploying Window-Eyes Through Group Policy - Using the silent install, it is possible to deploy Window-Eyes 6.1 using a group policy object. This document describes how to do so. It is assumed the reader...
  54. GWKB1069 - Window-Eyes Silent After Installing Under Windows Vista - Symptom: After installing Window-Eyes 6.1 under Windows Vista with the DECtalk Access 32 (Window-Eyes) set as the active synthesizer, Window-Eyes launches, but is silent.
  55. GWKB1070 - Window-Eyes Does Not Run Automatically After Installation - Symptom: After installing Window-Eyes 6.1 with startup options set to load Window-Eyes automatically, Window-Eyes does not launch automatically. Cause:...
  56. GWKB1071 - Window-Eyes 6.1 Everlock Upgrade Information - Window-Eyes 6.1 Everlock upgrades use a new authorization scheme. There are a few things to note about this new scheme:Instead of having multiple license numbers,...
  57. GWKB1072 - Window-Eyes 6.1 LTO Upgrade Information - Window-Eyes 6.1 LTO (Lease To Own) upgrades use a new authorization scheme. There are a few things to note about this new scheme:The License Manager...
  58. GWKB1073 - Understanding Window-Eyes Video Support - To enable Window-Eyes to read information from the screen, Window-Eyes video support must be installed.Understanding Video Support in Adaptive SoftwareWhether you are installing...
  59. GWKB1074 - Window-Eyes API Functions Unavailable in Windows Vista - Symptom: Window-Eyes API functions under Windows Vista do not work as expected.Cause: Windows Vista security restrictions prohibit the Window-Eyes API...
  60. GWKB1076 - Window-Eyes is not picky about what graphic adapter you use. - There have been recent concerns regarding graphic adapters and Window-Eyes on new computers. Let me say that bottom line, Window-Eyes does not have any problems with one particular...
  61. GWKB1077 - Disabling the Graphical Interface in NOD32 - Please note that this article only applies to the older version 2.7 of Eset NOD32 anti-virus. It does not apply to newer versions and it does not apply...
  62. GWKB1081 - Window-Eyes 6.1 Patch for Miscellaneous Issues - Symptom: Three possible symptoms could exist:After installing Window-Eyes 6.1 with the DECtalk Access 32 (Window-Eyes) set as the active synthesizer, Window-...
  63. GWKB1082 - Display Driver Error After Installing Window-Eyes Under Windows Vista - Applies to: Window-Eyes version 6.1 or greater. Windows Vista, (Any 32-bit version.)Symptom: Window-Eyes gives the following error after installing on...
  64. GWKB1083 - Windows Vista Causes Window-Eyes To Crash When Navigating The Contacts Folder - Applies to: Window-Eyes version 6.1 only. Windows Vista, (Any 32-bit version.) Symptom: Window-Eyes crashes and you lose speech when you open the...
  65. GWKB1084 - Software Speech Synthesizers - Getting Window-Eyes to sound exactly how you want is the job of a speech synthesizer. Software speech synthesizers are the most popular kind of synthesizer these days; Window-...
  66. GWKB1088 - Switching To The New ECI Eloquence Speech Synthesizer Included With Window-Eyes 7.0 - Window-Eyes 7.0 comes with a newer version of the Eloquence software synthesizer called ECI Eloquence 6.1. This version of Eloquence is directly tied to Window-Eyes and therefore does...
  67. GWKB1089 - FAQs for Using Window-Eyes and ZoomText simultaneously - This guide will help answer some of the most frequently asked questions...
  68. GWKB1093 - Location of Window-Eyes Program and User Files - Beginning with version 6.1, Window-Eyes conforms to the Microsoft standard practice of keeping application files and user data files separate rather than combined in a single directory.
  69. GWKB1096 - Getting and Reading the Current Line Number in Word 2007 - Getting access to line numbers, and other miscellaneous document information, on the status line in Microsoft Word 2007 is easily accomplished in just a few steps:1. Open...
  70. GWKB1097 - Buying a New Computer That Works with Window-Eyes - So, you are ready to take the plunge and buy a new computer. This is usually a purchase that is well thought out, and typically happens every several years. Or,...
  71. GWKB1098 - Making Outlook say, "read, unread, attachment" and other tips regarding labeling graphics - If you are using Outlook, you typically like to know if the message has been read, if you haven't read it, or if there is an attachment. These items...
  72. GWKB1099 - Changing Spacing and Styles in Word 2007 - While sighted people have the ability to see blank lines that now exist in the new styles that Word 2007 incorporates, blind consumers cannot access them.  The following...
  73. GWKB1106 - Window-Eyes and Mail Merge with Word 2007 - Mail Merge with Word 2007 Microsoft Word provides you with the ability to mail merge. First, what is mail merge? It is where you have...
  74. GWKB1110 - Using Window-Eyes with Office 2007 (list of hotkeys) - When Office 2007 was introduced, it used a whole new concept called the Ribbon. The Ribbon replaced the menu system, and thus created many new and different hotkeys. To...
  75. GWKB1111 - Upgrading to Windows 7 with Window-Eyes - Before upgrading to Windows 7 through a supported operating system upgrade path, you will need to first uninstall Window-Eyes (after backing up any customized settings), and then re-...
  76. GWKB1112 - Startup Order Warning when Running ZoomText and Window-Eyes - Symptom: Under Windows Vista, or Windows 7, using a version of ZoomText prior to 9.18.5, and a version of Window-Eyes prior to 7.11, when running ZoomText...
  77. GWKB1113 - Deploying Window-Eyes using Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007 - IntroductionMicrosoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007, or SCCM for short, is a tool used by organizations to easily manage a large number of client and...
  78. GWKB1115 - Getting to Know the GW Toolkit - The GW Toolkit is one of the building blocks used by most scripts that work with Window-Eyes. Window-Eyes provides a powerful scripting language to handle virtually any task....
  79. GWKB1116 - Twitter: How to Sign Up, Become a GW Micro Follower, and Retweet Using Window-Eyes - The following steps will walk you through signing up for Twitter, guide you through the process of becoming a follower of GW Micro on Twitter, and retweeting messages from...
  80. GWKB1120 - Disable Constant Refreshing While Typing Search Queries on Google's Webpage - Symptom: When typing a search phrase on Google's website, the Window-Eyes Browse Mode buffer will reload numerous times, often with each key press....
  81. GWKB1121 - Improve software speech performance in Windows Vista and Windows 7 - Symptom: Under Windows Vista or Windows 7, software speech synthesizers such as DECtalk Access 32 and Eloquence are slow to respond.Cause: Windows...
  82. GWKB1122 - Installing Window-Eyes Onto a Netbook - Symptom: You seem unable to use the CD to install Window-Eyes onto a netbook computer. Cause: Some small portable computers such as...
  83. GWKB1123 - Using Window-Eyes with Office 2010 (list of hotkeys) - To help our customers better navigate the Ribbon, we have created a list of keystrokes for Word 2010, Excel...
  84. GWKB1124 - Working With Window-Eyes User Profiles - Working With Window-Eyes User Profiles User profiles allow Window-Eyes to be customized with various speech environments either on a stand alone machine or across a...
  85. GWKB1125 - Custom Controls and Reclassing - Custom Controls and Reclassing ­ This guide describes how to fix any problems with Window-Eyes and reclassing a custom control. For this guide, it is...
  86. GWKB1126 - Block Audio Ads and Popups on SendSpace and similar Websites with Internet Explorer - Have you ever had the need to download a file from sites such as www.sendspace.com only to be greeted by one or more nasty popup ads? These ads can...
  87. GWKB1127 - Reviewing a Web Page With the Mouse Pointer While Using Mozilla Firefox Version 4 or Thunderbird version 5 and newer - Symptom: When using Mozilla Firefox version 4 or Thunderbird version 5 or newer, reviewing web pages or emails using the mouse pointer is problematic. ...
  88. GWKB1128 - Converting Older Set Files So They Can Be Used In The Current Version Of Window-Eyes - Symptom: The current version of Window-Eyes is not recognizing set files which were created using an older version. Cause: Set files which...
  89. GWKB2007 - Adobe Audition - ­Adobe Audition started life as a simple audio editor called Cool Edit Pro.  In 2003, Adobe purchased the product from Syntrillium Software and after investing a significant amount...
  90. GWKB2008 - Window-Eyes and Windows 8 - Windows 8 support is available in Window-Eyes 8.0.0.0. A list of the latest features can be found on the
  91. GWKB2009 - How to Access the Thesaurus in Microsoft Word 2010 - There may be times when you need to access the Thesaurus in Microsoft Word 2010.  It is important to know that there is a Microsoft bug in Word 2010...
  92. GWKB2012 - How to Change Window-Eyes Settings for the Login Screen - How to Change Window-Eyes Settings for the Login ScreenNote: The following steps apply when using Windows Vista or above. When at the...
  93. GWKB2013 - Reply to All in Outlook Using Window-Eyes - While in Microsoft Outlook, you may want to reply to all people in a message.  Reply to all allows you to reply to the sender as well as everyone...
  94. GWKB2014 - Window-Eyes Remote Assistance - Have there been times that you have needed to help friends or family members with something on their computer, but you have had to try to talk them through...
  95. GWKB2015 - Optimizing the ReadIt software for use with Window-Eyes - The ReadIt Wand is a digital USB camera solution that includes a powerful software application enabling individuals who are blind or visually impaired to convert both printed materials and...
  96. GWKB2016 - Links Not Accessible in HTML Emails -
  97. GWKB2017 - Java and OpenOffice Accessibility - Java support was introduced with the release of Window-Eyes 8.0 Beta 1.  This means that programs like OpenOffice will work with Window-Eyes. OpenOffice is an open-...
  98. GWKB2018 - Using Window-Eyes in Safe Mode - According to http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/What-is-safe-mode, Safe Mode is a "...
  99. GWKB2019 - Can I use Window-Eyes on my Mac? - Starting in 2006, Apple began using Intel based processors and chipsets in their Macintosh computer systems and now all Apple computers including the MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac Mini, iMac...
  100. GWKB2020 - Removing Toolbars in Internet Explorer - Symptom:If you are using Internet Explorer (IE) and have seen from time to time you are having focus issues or browse mode is not available...
  101. GWKB2021 - Using Windows 8 with Window-Eyes - Support for Windows 8 was introduced with the release of Window-Eyes 8.0 Beta 1. It supports all flavors of Windows 8 excluding Windows 8 RT.Window-Eyes...
  102. GWKB2022 - How to Unmute Your Sound with Window-Eyes - Starting in Window-Eyes 8.0 Beta 1, you have the ability to unmute your sound.  This can be done in two ways:1.  Window-Eyes can...
  103. GWKB2023 - Window-Eyes and Blackboard - Question: What is Blackboard?Answer: Blackboard has become a common name among institutions of higher learning.  Blackboard is a software tool that allows...
  104. GWKB2024 - Changing Comments in Word to Work with Window-Eyes - Symptom:When trying to read a comment in Microsoft Word with Window-Eyes, the comment cannot be read or you cannot exit the comment.
  105. GWKB2025 - Stop Attachments from Opening Automatically in Outlook 2010 - Symptom:In Outlook 2010, attachments automatically open without asking.Solution:There may be times in Outlook 2010 when attachments...
  106. GWKB2026 - Installing Window-Eyes on Windows 8 - If you have purchased a brand new computer running Windows 8, one of the first things you will want to do is install your copy of Window-Eyes so you...
  107. GWKB2032 - General Software Accessibility Guidelines - Understanding Accessibility Before you can begin to make an application accessible, it helps to­ know what &...
  108. GWKB2033 - Creating Custom Objects in VBScript - Using an object to store and retrieve information can provide you with a comprehensive way to move data between various routines and different parts of your script. You can...
  109. GWKB2034 - Understanding Keyboard Key Inserts - Assume a script contains the following instruction: Sub Test() Keyboard.InsertKey vk_H, kmAlt End Sub Set myHotkey = Keyboard.RegisterHotkey("Alt-F1", "Test") Lets...
  110. GWKB2035 - Using ExecuteGlobal to Include VBScript Code - Many programming languages include the ability to include external code to make common code tasks available without having to re-type the code every time you want to use...
  111. GWKB2036 - Internal and External Scripts - General Window-Eyes defines a script as any procedure, document, or process that is launched by Window-Eyes. It is possible to...
  112. GWKB2037 - Custom MSAA Event Handling - There may be times when you want to tell Window-Eyes to ignore specific MSAA events so that you can handle them yourself. The first step in...
  113. GWKB2038 - Accessing Text in a Custom Control - The following example demonstrates how to get the text of a custom control. More specifically, the code editor in Visual Studio 2008, although the technique can be applied to...
  114. GWKB2039 - How to Disable the Windows 8 Lock Screen - ­­According to Microsoft, the Windows 8/8.1 Lock Screen serves three basic purposes: Prevents accidental sign-in attempts on touch devices Provides...
  115. GWKB2040 - Configure Windows to go to the Desktop instead of the Start Screen - ­­If you would like to configure Windows (8.1 and higher) to go to the Desktop instead of the Start Screen when you sign in, please follow these...
  116. GWKB2041 - Configure Windows to display the All Apps screen instead of the Start Screen when the Windows key is pressed - ­If you would like to configure Windows (8.1 and higher) to display the All Apps screen instead of the Start Screen when you press the Windows key, please...
  117. GWKB2042 - Unassigning Hot Keys for Input Languages in Windows 7 - When Windows 7 is installed, it often assigns a hot key which might conflict with Window-Eyes in some situations. Windows 7 commonly assigns the keystroke "Control-Shift&...
  118. GWKB2043 - Outlook Enhance Installation/Configuration/Troubleshooting - If you are using Outlook 2003 or above, you will want to ensure that you have the Outlook Enhance app installed to receive the most functionality with Window-Eyes.&...
  119. GWKB2044 - Configuring Outlook for Window-Eyes - If you have not already done so, make sure that you have the Outlook Enhance app installed.  For more information, please refer to
  120. GWKB2045 - Accessing HTML Email in Outlook - You may receive emails that contain links and other content that is best read when using a web browser.  This is because emails may be formatted using Hyper...
  121. GWKB2046 - Accessing Attachments in Outlook - When you receive an email in Outlook, it may contain an attachment.  An attachment is a file or folder that is included in addition to the text that you...
  122. GWKB2047 - How To Access Multiple Calendars in Outlook - Window-Eyes provides a completely accessible way to access the Outlook Calendar via the Window-Eyes Outlook Calendar dialog.  You can open this dialog whenever Outlook is open by...
  123. GWKB2048 - Window-Eyes Does Not Read A Microsoft Word Document - Symptom: Window-Eyes does not read any text when moving the cursor in a Microsoft Word document.Solution:  First, make sure you have exited Protected View...
  124. GWKB2049 - Exit Protected View In Microsoft Office - When a document is in Protected View, you will not be able to read or edit the document.  When this happens, you will hear "Protected View" announced...
  125. GWKB2050 - Panes Silent in PowerPoint 2013 - Symptom: When navigating panes in PowerPoint 2013, Window-Eyes is silent when navigating to the Thumbnails or Slide pane.Solution:  It is possible...
  126. GWKB2051 - Reading the Slide Show in PowerPoint 2013 - Symptom: After pressing F5 to start the Slide Show in Microsoft PowerPoint 2013, the slide content is not spoken.Solution:  When the Slide...
  127. GWKB2052 - Updating the Window-Eyes Startup and Shutdown Sounds - In the Windows Sounds control panel, where all of your system sounds are defined,...
  128. GWKB2053 - Window-Eyes Offer for Users of Microsoft Office Runs as a Demo - ­­­­­­Symptom: Window-Eyes Offer for users of Microsoft Office is installed, a copy of Office 2010, 2013, or the Office 365...
  129. GWKB2054 - Window-Eyes Offer for Users of Microsoft Office Default Voices - ­The Window-Eyes Offer for Users of Microsoft Office includes up to two synthesizers, depending on the language. The following list details each language and the synthesizers included...
  130. GWKB2055 - Creating Digitally Signed Content - Creating Digitally Signed Content Contents
  131. GWKB2056 - Participating in a Webinar with Talking Communities - ­Ai Squared currently uses a Talking Communities conference room to facilitate online training webinars. The information provided in this guide will help you make the most of your...
  132. GWKB2057 - Unable To Use Browse Mode Quick Keys In Internet Explorer - Browse mode seems to work but I am unable to use hot keys such as H or SHIFT-H to navigate by heading in Internet Explorer. The issue seems to...
  133. GWKB2058 - McAfee Found to Block Important Functionality in Window-Eyes - ­­The Window-Eyes screen reader uses VBScript, a COM (Component Object Model) enabled scripting engine built into Microsoft Windows, to implement key accessibility enhancements for a number...
  134. GWKB2059 - Skype Crashes on Launch When Screen Reader is Running - Problem: Skype crashes as soon as it starts when a screen reader is active.Cause: Windows update (KB2977629) can cause instability within programs that embed...
  135. GWKB2060 - GData Total Security or GData Internet Security Configuration for Use With Window-eyes - Browse mode seems to work but I am unable to use hot keys such...
  136. GWKB2061 - Using Becky Internet Email with Window-eyes - Making Becky Internet Email accessible with Window-eyes.You can download the latest version of Becky from http://www.rimarts.co.jp.After creating your email account with Becky, follow...
  137. GWKB2062 - How To Update Window-Eyes Apps Manually - To manually update Window-Eyes Apps, do the following:Press Control-Backslash to open the Window-Eyes control panel.Press Alt-A to open...
  138. GWKB2063 - Get Started in Google Docs with Window-Eyes - What is Google Docs? Google Docs is an online word processor that lets you create and format text documents and collaborate with other people in real time....
  139. GWKB2064 - Using the F8 Text Selection Method when in Browse Mode - Window-eyes version 9.0 has introduced a different way of selecting text when in browse mode. Use the following steps for selecting text. When...
  140. GWKB2065 - Reading Selected Text in Eudora - Window-eyes 9.2 no longer announces selected text in the Eudora email client. When composing an email message and you wish to select text using the Windows standard method...
  141. GWKB2066 - Windows 10 Installation and Upgrade Scenarios - This article will help explain the different Windows 10 installation and upgrade scenarios as well as the steps you need to take to ensure a successful experience when using...