The Jumbled Text Challenge is designed to give you practice selecting, cutting, deleting, and pasting text without using your monitor to visually see the screen if you are sighted. The exercise begins when you reach the text in the edit box on the right.
There are 30 blank lines in the text edit box so the text to be modified in the practice is not in view visually when the page first loads. No cheating! Do not scroll to view the text visually!
NOTE: To re-read the selected text while JAWS is running press SHIFT+INSERT+DOWN ARROW.
The beginning of the exercise starts with the following text:
This is the beginning of the Jumbled Text Challenge.
Turn off your monitor or cover your screen with a piece of paper.
Choose the "Start timer!" button to start the timer (in seconds).
Press the TAB key to move to the Jumbled Text Challenge edit box. When using JAWS, forms mode comes on automatically. The PC cursor is the active cursor while in the edit area.
NOTE: If needed, press F5 to refresh the text and restart the clock.
Complete the instructions in the edit box.
When you are finished editing the jumbled text you may select all the text in the edit box by pressing CTRL+A, copy it to the clipboard with CTRL+C, and then paste it into a Word document or an email.
Press SHIFT+TAB to move back to the "Stop Timer" button, and then activate it with the SPACEBAR.
Note how long it takes you to complete the Jumbled Text Challenge. The goal is to improve your editing time with practice.