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9) Tab to “Keep settings” and press “Enter”. 10) Tab to “Save Settings” and press “Enter”. 11) Tab to “Minimize” and press “Enter” to minimize the Window-Eyes Control Panel. Note: You may need to restart Window-Eyes for Braille to begin displaying. Use the following keystrokes when using Braille EDGE with Window-Eyes: Enter: Dot 8. Backspace: Dot-7 End: Space-4-6, Right navigation-Down navigation. Escape: Space-1-5, or F1. Tab: Space-4-5, F2. Page Up: Space-1-2-6. Page Down: Space-3-4-5. Windows-M: f-7-dots-1-3-4. Applications: Space-1-2-3-4, F8. Delete: Space-1-4-5. Menu: Space-2-4-5-6. Left arrow: Space-3, or Left Navigation key. Ctrl-Escape: Space-2-3-4. Right arrow: Space-6 or Right Navigation Key. Alt-F 4: Space-1-2-3-4-5-6. Up arrow: Space-1 or Up Navigation key. Alt: Space-1-3-4, or F 4. Down arrow: Space-4 or Down Navigation key. Alt-Tab: Space-1-4-5-7 or F2-F 4. Ctrl-Left arrow: Space-3-8 or F3-Left Navigation.
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Shift-Tab: Space-1-2 or F2-F5. Ctrl-Right arrow: Space-6-8, or F3-Right Navigation key. Ctrl-Tab: Space-4-5-8 or F2-F3. Ctrl-Home: Space-1-2-3. Insert-Tab: Space-2-3-4-6 or F2-F6. Ctrl-End: Space-4-5-6. Caps Lock: Space-1-3-6. Ctrl-C: Dots-1-4-8, or F3-1-4. Grade 2 Braille Toggle: Up Scroll-Down Scroll. Select All: Dots 1-8, or Dot-1-F3. 6 / 8 Dot Toggle: F1-Down Scroll. Paste selection: Dots-1-2-3-6-8, or Dots-1-2-3-6-F3. Scroll Braille Left: Up scroll. Cut to Clipboard: Dots-1-3-4-6-8 or Dots-1-3-4-6-F3. Scroll Braille Right: Down scroll. Home: Space-1-3 or Up Nav-Left Nav. Continue Mouse Search: Dots-1-2-4-8. Mouse Search: Space-1-2-4. MSAA Application Mode: Space-1-8. Alt-Left arrow: Dots 1-2-3-4-7. Alt-Right arrow: Dots-1-3-4-5-7. Alt-Left arrow: Space-1-7. Alt-Right arrow: Space-4-7. Cell Left: Dot 8-Up scroll. Cell Right: Dot 8-Down scroll. Cell Up: Dot 8-F1. Cell Down: Dot 8-F 4. Enter Table Mode: Dots-3-4-6-8. Exit Table Mode: Dots 3-6-8. To First Cell of Column: Space-F1-dot-8. To Last Cell of Column: Space-F 4-Dot-8. To First Cell of Row: Dot-8-Space-Up scroll. To Last Cell of Row: Dot-8-Space-Down Scroll. 4.4.4 Using the Braille EDGE with JAWS for Windows Use the following instructions to set up the Braille EDGE 40 as a Braille display with the JAWS screen reader from Freedom Scientific:
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1) Make sure Braille EDGE 40 is powered on, in Terminal Mode, and the Bluetooth/USB switch is set to your desired connection type. If you are using USB, please connect the Braille EDGE to your computer via the included USB cable. 2) Navigate to the JAWS Window and press “Alt” to open the menu. 3) Press “Enter” on the “Options” menu. 4) Use the Up or Down arrow to navigate to “Braille” and press “Enter”. 5) Choose HIMS Braille EDGE as your Braille device. 6) Tab to “Advanced” and press “Enter”. 7) Choose USB as the port if connecting via USB, or the correct Com Port if using Bluetooth.
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