JAWS with Microsoft Office Power Tip: Creating Headings in Microsoft Word
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Documents use headings to create structure within a document. There is an easy way to create "Headings" in documents.
• Move to beginning of where you want the heading.
• Select the text using SHIFT + END for a line or use normal selection commands.
• Press ALT + CTRL + NUMBER where the number represents the heading level.
• Use 1 through 3 for heading levels.
Note: There are only keystrokes for heading level 1 through 3 even though headings go up to level 6.
Here is another method that does enable you to create heading levels one through six:
• Type the text that you want to be a specific heading level.
• Press one of the following commands.
• ALT + SHIFT + RIGHT ARROW for next heading level.
• ALT + SHIFT + LEFT ARROW for previous heading level.
• Open Microsoft Word.
• Type "Title Slide".
• Press ALT + SHIFT + LEFT ARROW to set the text to Heading Level 1.
• Alternatively, press ALT + SHIFT +RIGHT ARROW to set the text to Heading Level 2.
Note: Headings are used to create a table of contents in documents.
#JAWSTip: Use INSERT+Z in JAWS to toggle on Quick Keys to navigate by heading using the letter "H".
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