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Thanks for your help. I think he's mostly trained with jaws.
He just told me that he's doing an NVDA presentation tomorrow at
noon central time, so he obviously doesn't have a lot of time to
study. I guess he figured everything else out except for the top
and bottom of page thing but I will tell him to make sure he's not
in a forms field before trying ctrl-home or end and see if that's
On 5/16/2022 8:14 PM, Quentin
Mostly just chiming in to reiterate that
control+home and control+end should generally work. The main
time I can think where they might not, is if the focus is on a
form, eg on an edit box, and NVDA is in focus mode - then those
commands will move to the start and end of that field (as is
normally desirable in an edit field).
We also have training material for NVDA which will teach
you from scratch, which is the "Basic Training for NVDA"
module. Despite the name, it actually goes from initially
starting NVDA and using common commands, up to more advanced
concepts like object navigation and the review cursor and
using configuration profiles. You can find that module, and
our modules on the various Microsoft Office programs here: https://www.nvaccess.org/shop/
On Tue, May 17, 2022 at 10:11
AM Monte Single <mrsingle@...
To go to the top or bottom of a
web page, is the same as any page.
Control plus home for top of page and
Control plus end for bottom of page.
On Behalf Of Troy Burnham
Sent: May 16, 2022 3:00 PM
Subject: [TechTalk] NVDA question for a friend
A friend has asked me to find out what the command is for
going to the top and bottom of a web page using NVDA. He said
he's looked through all of the documentation and can't find
Training and Support Manager