Creating a Shortcut Key, Starting JAWS, and More
Module 2 Objectives
From time-to-time throughout these modules you will encounter different graphic icons. Click the "info" graphic link below to learn more about what these icons represent.
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By the end of this lesson you will understand, be able to discuss, and/or perform the following tasks as they relate to creating shortcut keys for Windows apps, starting JAWS, using the JAWS Startup Wizard, and creating or renaming files and folders:
- What is a Shortcut Key?
- Why Might Having a Shortcut Key be Useful?
- Create a Shortcut Key in Six Easy Steps
- JAWS can be configured to start automatically during the Windows startup process.
- Use the Windows Run dialog box to manually start JAWS.
- You can assign a shortcut keystroke to the JAWS icon on the Desktop to quickly start JAWS at any time.
- Launch the Startup Wizard
- Navigate through the Startup Wizard and make settings changes
- Create a folder from the Ribbon in Windows Explorer
- Create a folder using a Windows keystroke
- Rename a folder from the Ribbon in Windows Explorer
- Rename a folder using a Windows keystroke
NOTE: Please allow approximately 1.5 hours to complete this module.