Monday, 27 June 2016

The Accessibility Menu in Google Docs- The Comments Menu

This is my second video about the accessibility menu in Google Docs.

In this video, I list the four keyboard shortcuts that let you edit and respond to any comments that have been made in your Google Doc.

The video includes a full set of subtitles but if you would prefer to read from a transcript, then please find it below.

Start of Video Transcript

Hello everyone. It is James from the Visual Impairment Team in Devon.

In this video I am going to demonstrate part of the Accessibility menu in Google Docs.

This menu can be turned on and off by pressing the Ctrl, Alt and Z keys together.

The Accessibility menu is there to help a screen reader user to navigate and read a document.

Once the menu is open, there are 11 sub menus.

I have created another video about the speak sub menu.

The second sub menu is “comments” which is what we will focus on in this video.

The comments feature enables people to provide feedback or ask questions about your document.

There are four keyboard shortcuts to help you interact with comments.

To open a list (or thread) of all the comments, press Shift + Ctrl + Alt + A.

To enter  the current comment press Ctrl + Alt + E then Ctrl + Alt + C. To move to the next comment press Ctrl + Alt + N, then Ctrl + Alt + C.
And to move to the next comment, press Ctrl + Alt + P, then Ctrl + Alt + C.

And that is it. 

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