Ricky: Hello, my name is Ricky Enger. Today we'll learn a little about using Narrator in our every-day tasks, such as navigating documents and webpages. To accomplish our tasks, we'll use concepts we covered in previous workshops in this series. So if you haven't checked those out yet, you'll find lots of great info in the rest of the series that will be useful for what we're doing today. When we think about the kinds of things we wanna do on our computer, reading a document is definitely on that list somewhere, right? Let's check out how to use Narrator to accomplish that.
We've got a document open, but what is it? Let's press our Narrator key plus T as in tango, so that's Caps Lock+T, to read the title of our window.
Narrator: The Picture of Dorian Gray.docx, Word window.
Ricky: The title of our window tells us we have Microsoft Word open and our document is The Picture of Dorian Gray.
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