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Most NVDA functions can be enabled or changed via the NVDA settings.Settings, and other options, are available via NVDA's menu.To open NVDA's menu, press NVDA+n.To open NVDA's general settings dialog directly, press NVDA+control+g.Many settings screens have keystrokes to open them directly, such as NVDA+control+s for synthesizer, or NVDA+control+v for other voice options.

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If installing NVDA directly from the downloaded NVDA launcher, press the Install NVDA button.If you have already closed this dialog or are wanting to install from a portable copy, please choose the Install NVDA menu item found under Tools in the NVDA menu.

The installation dialog that appears will confirm whether you wish to install NVDA and will also tell you whether this installation will be updating a previous install.Pressing the Continue button will start installing NVDA.There are also a few options in this dialog which are explained below.Once the installation has completed, a message will appear telling you that it was successful.Pressing OK at this point will restart the newly installed copy of NVDA.

If you have add-ons already installed there may also be a warning that incompatible add-ons will be disabled.Before you're able to press the Continue button you will have to use the checkbox to confirm that you understand that these add-ons will be disabled.There will also be a button present to review the add-ons that will be disabled.Refer to the incompatible add-ons dialog section for more help on this button.

If creating a portable copy directly from the NVDA download package, press the Create Portable Copy button.If you have already closed this dialog or you are running an installed copy of NVDA, choose the Create Portable copy menu item found under Tools in the NVDA menu.

The Dialog that appears allows you to choose where the portable copy should be created.This can be a directory on your hard drive or a location on a USB thumb drive or other portable media.There is also an option to choose whether NVDA should copy the logged on user's current NVDA configuration for use with the newly created portable copy.This option is only available when creating a portable copy from an installed copy, not when creating from the download package.Pressing Continue will create the portable copy.Once creation is complete, a message will appear telling you it was successful.Press OK to dismiss this dialog.

If you have installed NVDA with the installer, then starting NVDA is as simple as either pressing control+alt+n, or choosing NVDA from the NVDA menu under Programs on the Start Menu.Additionally you can type NVDA into the Run dialog and press Enter.If NVDA is already running, it will be restarted.You can also pass some command line options which allows you to quit (-q), disable add-ons (--disable-addons), etc.

When NVDA starts for the first time, you will be greeted by a dialog box which provides you with some basic information about the NVDA modifier key and the NVDA menu.(Please see further sections about these topics.)The dialog box also contains a combo box and three checkboxes.The combo box lets you select the keyboard layout.The first checkbox lets you control if NVDA should use the Caps Lock as an NVDA modifier key.The second specifies whether NVDA should start automatically after you log on to Windows and is only available for installed copies of NVDA.The third lets you control if this Welcome dialog should appear each time NVDA starts.

Starting from NVDA 2018.3, the user is asked if they want to allow usage data to be sent to NV Access in order to help improve NVDA in the future. When starting NVDA for the first time, a dialog will appear which will ask you if you want to accept sending data to NV Access while using NVDA.You can read more info about the data gathered by NV Access in the general settings section, Allow the NVDA project to gather NVDA usage statistics.Note: pressing on "yes" or "no" will save this setting and the dialog will never appear again unless you reinstall NVDA.However, you can enable or disable the data gathering process manually in NVDA's general settings panel. For changing this setting manually, you can check or uncheck the checkbox called Allow the NVDA project to gather NVDA usage statistics.

NVDA currently comes with two sets of key commands (known as keyboard layouts): the desktop layout and the laptop layout.By default, NVDA is set to use the Desktop layout, though you can switch to the Laptop layout in the Keyboard category of the NVDA Settings dialog, found under Preferences in the NVDA menu.

NVDA allows you to read the contents of the screen, current document or current object by character, word or line.This is mostly useful in places (including Windows command consoles) where there is no system caret.For example, you might use it to review the text of a long information message in a dialog.

These extra mouse features are not turned on by default in NVDA.If you wish to take advantage of them, you can configure them from the Mouse settings category of the NVDA Settings dialog, found in the NVDA Preferences menu.

The elements list provides access to a list of various types of elements in the document as appropriate for the application.For example, in web browsers, the elements list can list links, headings, form fields, buttons or landmarks.Radio buttons allow you to switch between the different types of elements.An edit field is also provided in the dialog which allows you to filter the list to help you search for a particular item on the page.Once you have chosen an item, you can use the provided buttons in the dialog to move to or activate that item.

This dialog allows you to search for terms in the current document.In the "Type the text you wish to find" field, the text to be found can be entered.The "Case sensitive" checkbox makes the search consider uppercase and lowercase letters differently.For example, with "Case sensitive" selected you can find "NV Access" but not "nv access".Use the following keys for performing searches:

Pages can include rich content using technologies such as Oracle Java and HTML5, as well as applications and dialogs.Where these are encountered in browse mode, NVDA will report "embedded object", "application" or "dialog", respectively.You can quickly move to them using the o and shift+o embedded object single letter navigation keys.To interact with these objects, you can press enter on them.If it is accessible, you can then tab around it and interact with it like any other application.A key command is provided to return to the original page containing the embedded object:

Sometimes mathematical content might be displayed as a button or other type of element which, when activated, can display a dialog or more information related to the formula.To activate the button or the element containing the formula, press ctrl+enter.

Please see the Supported Braille Displays section for information about the supported braille displays.This section also contains information about what displays support NVDA's automatic background braille display detection functionality.You can configure braille using the Braille category of the NVDA Settings dialog.

NVDA supports entry of both uncontracted and contracted braille via a braille keyboard.You can select the translation table used to translate braille into text using the Input table setting in the Braille category of the NVDA Settings dialog.

Commonly-used keys, such as the arrow keys or pressing Alt to reach menus, can be mapped directly to Braille inputs.The driver for each Braille display comes pre-equipped with some of these assignments.You can change these assignments or add new emulated keys from the Input Gestures dialog.

You can set the language to use for text recognition in the Windows OCR category of the NVDA Settings dialog.Additional languages can be installed by opening the Start menu, choosing Settings, selecting Time & Language -> Region & Language and then choosing Add a language.

NVDA is able to automatically announce appropriate row and column headers when navigating around tables in Microsoft Word.This firstly requires that the Report Table row / column headers option in NVDA's Document Formatting settings, found in the NVDA Settings dialog, be turned on.Secondly, NVDA needs to know which row or column contains the headers in any given table.After moving to the first cell in the column or row containing the headers, use one of the following commands:

NVDA is able to automatically announce appropriate row and column headers when navigating around Excel worksheets.This firstly requires that the Report Table row / column headers option in NVDA's Document Formatting settings, found in the NVDA Settings dialog, be turned on.Secondly, NVDA needs to know which row or column contains the headers.After moving to the first cell in the column or row containing the headers, use one of the following commands:

NVDA can also display a specific dialog for adding or editing a certain note.NVDA overrides the native MS Excel notes editing region due to accessibility constraints, but the key stroke for displaying the dialog is inherited from MS Excel and therefore works also without NVDA running.To add or edit a certain note, in a focused cell, press shift+f2.

Note: it is possible to open the note editing region in MS Excel also from the context menu of any cell of the work sheet.However, this will open the inaccessible note editing region and not the NVDA specific note editing dialog.

In Microsoft Office 2016, 365 and newer, a new style comment dialog has been added.This dialog is accessible and provides more features such as replying to comments, etc.It can also be opened from the context menu of a certain cell.The comments added to the cells via the new style comment dialog are not related to "notes".

Most configuration can be performed using dialog boxes accessed through the Preferences sub-menu of the NVDA menu.Many of these settings can be found in the multi-page NVDA Settings dialog.In all dialog boxes, press the OK button to accept any changes you have made.To cancel any changes, press the Cancel button or the escape key.For certain dialogs, you can press the Apply button to let the settings take effect immediately without closing the dialog.Some settings can also be changed using shortcut keys, which are listed where relevant in the sections below. 041b061a72


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