Since this is an HTML window, you can use standard reading commands to review the search results.
If a particular command offers a braille keystroke, but a braille display is not currently connected when you performed the search, the braille keystroke will not be listed.
Each JAWS command name and its associated keystrokes are also displayed as links.
For example, you may need to locate a keystroke for working with formulas in Excel.
Instead of opening the JAWS help topic for Excel and searching through all of the available keystrokes, or starting Keyboard Help (INSERT 1) and pressing various keystroke combinations until you find the correct one, you can open the Search for JAWS Commands window while focused in Excel, type "formulas" in the search edit box, and then view a list of all keystrokes related to working with formulas.
JAWS 16 is designed to recognize all existing Standard licenses and will automatically work as a Home Edition now on both Home and Professional machines.
All new licenses of JAWS 16 that are shipped will be set up using either the new Home Edition license or the traditional Professional license.
Most end users who are buying new computers today, end up purchasing systems that come with professional editions of Windows 7 or Windows 8.
In order to make this easier and more affordable, we have changed the traditional JAWS Standard so it will now work on either Home or Professional versions of Windows.
As you type, the first result in the list is spoken automatically.
Pressing ENTER turns off Forms Mode and places you on the first result.
At the same time, we are changing the name from Standard to JAWS Home Edition and it is intended for Non-Commercial Use as well as ideal for anyone who intends to use JAWS on their personal laptop or desktop computer.