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Thanks AWK. You were definitely right. Thanks for the information, it's going to save me a ton of time.J

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Hello All,I have a check box on a form. Upon tabbing to the check box the custom text is read by the screen reader. The custom text provides an explanation of the field as well as the current state (unchecked). Is there a way to have the screen reader announce the state of the check box upon changing from unchecked to checked? If this required scripting or the use of alternate text, an example or explanation would be greatly appreciated. Thanks,Jelf12

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Hello All.I have a button that repeats a subform when clicked. Everything works just fine, with one exception, screen readers only read the button's caption "+" and not the custom text. Using the Accessibility Pallette I typed an explanation of what the button does when pressed in custom text and in tool tip. Then I set screen reader precedence to "Custom Text". However, the screen readers (JAWS and Thunder) only read the "plus" and not the custom text. Am I missing something? For now I've added...

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