Windows 10 with JAWS for Windows Test One Key

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Test One Key – Windows 10


10 Points Each

1. Give an overview of the Windows 10 Start Menu.


2. List three elements located on the Desktop of Windows

  • Start Button
  • Active Desktop
  • Taskbar
  • Notification Area

3. What is the screen reader command to read the clock?


4. How do you open WordPad through the Windows 10 Start Menu?

  • Open the Start Menu(WINDOWS KEY)
  • Type “WordPad”
  • Focus on “WordPad” in the search results
  • Press ENTER

5. How do you navigate among the icons on the desktop

  • First letter of an item
  • First several letters of an item

6. Give two ways to launch an application from within the Taskbar of Windows.

  • Focus on the Taskbar with WINDOWS KEY-T
  • focus on an application and press ENTER


  • Use the command WINDOWS KEY-NUMBER ROW 1 through 0

7. What is a jump list? How is a jump list accessed in the Task Bar?

A Jump List is a menu that contains options and recently accessed documents.

To open a jump list, do one of the following:

  • Focus on the Taskbar (WINDOWS KEY-T)
  • Use RIGHT and LEFT ARROW to select an application
  • Open the Jump List with WINDOWS APPLICATION KEY or SHIFT-F10


Open a Jump List directly with WINDOWS KEY-ALT-NUMBER ROW 1 through 0

8. What Windows keyboard commands do the following?

  • Move to the next letter RIGHT ARROW
  • Move to the next word CTRL-RIGHT ARROW
  • Move to the next paragraph CTRL-DOWN ARROW
  • Move to the bottom of the document CTRL-END
  • Move to the previous word CTRL-LEFT ARROW

9. What screen reader commands do the following?

  • Read the current letter NUMPAD FIVE or CAPS LOCK-COMMA
  • Read the current word JAWS KEY-NUMPAD FIVE or CAPS LOCK-K
  • Read the current line JAWS KEY-NUMPAD EIGHT or CAPS LOCK-I
  • Spell the current Word JAWS KEY-NUMPAD FIVE or CAPS LOCK-K twice quickly

10. What keystroke moves focus to the Notification Area? Is this a Windows, or Screen Reader Command?

WINDOWS KEY-B   It’s a Windows command

11. How do you increase and decrease the rate of speech on the fly?

  • Increase speech rate CTRL-ALT-PAGE UP
  • Decrease speech rate CTRL-ALT-PAGE DOWN

12. Both WINDOWS KEY-D and WINDOWS KEY-M place focus on the desktop but they are different, please explain the difference.

WINDOWS KEY-D is a toggle.  WINDOWS KEY-M is reversed with SHIFT.  A toggle will take an action and reverse it with the same keyboard command.

13. What keyboard command opens the jump list of the first item on the Windows Taskbar?


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