JAWS Topic: Transferring NLS Books from Downloads to USB

  1. Open Windows File Explorer by pressing the Windows button and E.
  2. Use Shift + Tab to move from the Item list to the tree view.
  3. Use the up and down arrows to navigate to your downloads folder.
  4. Press enter to open the downloads folder and then tab to move into the list view.
  5. Use the up and down arrows to navigate to your book.
  6. From your book, use Shift + F10 to open the context menu.
  7. Use down arrow to navigate to extract all and press enter.
  8. The Extract Compressed dialog will open. Press enter.
  9. A file explorer window with your extracted files will open. Use Alt + F4 to close it. This will return you to the initial file explorer window.
  10. Use the down arrow to find the extracted copy of your book. It will appear below the zipped version. If you are unsure you have the correct version, press right arrow twice on the book. The extracted version should have be type file folder.
  11. Use Ctrl + C to copy your extracted book.
  12. Use Shift + Tab to move from the list view to the tree view.
  13. Use the up and down arrow to navigate the tree view to find your external drive.
  14. Press enter to open your external drive and then tab to move into the list view.
  15. Use the down arrow to move through the items on your external drive. If you’d like to clear your external drive, use Ctrl + A to select all and then delete to clear the contents. If your drive is already empty, you will get no voice feedback when you use the arrow keys.
  16. Use Ctrl + V to paste your extracted book onto your external drive. 

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