Re: reading a Microsoft excel sheet letter by letter
I never use NVDA up arrow; I find it much more convenient to use numpad 8. So I had forgotten that command. As far as NVDA up arrow is concerned, it is much better to be in object review if you are going to use it. It is more reliable because by default, NVDA will always move to the object you move to.
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NVDA+up arrow in Desktop layout is the command to read the current line - the equivalent of NVDA+L in laptop keyboard layout.
NVDA+up arrow in laptop keyboard layout is the command to move to the previous line with the review cursor.
Up arrow on the number pad is numpad 8, which reads the current line in review which, if the review cursor hasn't moved from the current location, should work similar to NVDA+up arrow in desktop layout or NVDA+L in laptop layout.
On Sat, Jan 11, 2020 at 3:02 AM Gene <gsasner@...> wrote: