3.5 Chapter Exercises
Exercise 3.1: Performing Scripts
The objective of this exercise is to show how a single keystroke can
activate either an application-specific script, or a script found in the
default script file.
- Press WINDOWS KEY+M to minimize all of your running applications.
- Start Notepad from the start menu. You can find the Notepad application in your
Programs | Accessories group within your Start Menu.
- After Notepad starts make sure it is the active application by pressing INSERT+T.
You should hear JAWS speak "Untitled - Notepad".
- Press INSERT+V
to activate the Adjust JAWS Options dialog. Note how many items are found
within this dialog. How many are there? What was the first item in the tree
- Press ESC to close the Adjust JAWS Options dialog and return to Notepad.
- Press WINDOWS KEY+M to minimize all of your running applications and make
the Desktop active.
- Press I until you locate the Internet Explorer icon on your
desktop. When you find the icon, press ENTER to start Internet
- Press INSERT+T to read the title of the active window. Internet Explorer should be the
- Press INSERT+V to display the Adjust JAWS Options dialog. How many items are in this tree
view? Is the tree view different from the tree view you saw while in