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In the latest Calc with the latest rc build of NVDA, I notice that navigating across cells using 
arrow keys produces additional verbiage which is, in my opinion, unnecessary.  As I move across 
cells, NVDA adds the word "editable" as in "cell a1 editable" or "cell b2 editable."  While I 
wouldn't say that this wording breaks the whole experience, just hearing the cell coordinates and 
any data contained within the cell is sufficient.  This is what NVDA used to do with Calc and what 
it does in Excel.  This is with JAB enabled.  If I disable JAB and enable experimental features, 
NVDA just says the word "zero" as I move across cells, which I feel is a serious bug.

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