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Randall Sauchuck

Okay here is my work around.

I created a very small text box positioned slightly above and to the left of the text entry field. I usually position it behind the text entry field which has an opaque white fill.

When a sighted user comes to the slide they will not see the small hidden text box and will use the screen as usual.

When a user with a screen reader comes to the slide and TABS through the elements on the screen they will come to the hidden text box right before they come to the text entry field.

In the text box I insert instructions like "Press the TAB key and then type in your answer to the question ....blah blah blah."

Of course it would be EASIER if the screen reader could read the Alt Text on the text entry field itself. Not sure if that is a limitaion of JAWS or Storyline though.