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On 2023-06-30 07:04, David Goldfield wrote:
Michael wrote:
At first I was baffled as I was encountering this behavior rather consistently. However, I now 
understand why you weren't seeing the problem as well as how to correct it.
In NVDA's Document Settings I had the "Cell Coordinates" option in the "Table Information" group disabled. 
Once I enabled this option cell coordinates are being announced correctly in the manner expected. Normally, if this option is 
disabled you will just hear NVDA announce "cell" instead of the coordinates, such as A1, B1, etc. However, if this 
option is disabled I think you'll encounter the issue. If you start at cell A1 move to the right a few times and then move back 
to the left. You should notice that NVDA attempts to read the cell coordinates but often reads the incorrect reference.

Thanks for your further analysis. I can reproduce the issue with that option disabled and have reported an issue in NVDA's issue tracker and submitted a PR that fixes the issue in my tests:

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