• Make items on the screen appear bigger (Magnifier)
  • To choose where Magnifier focuses
  • To change the zoom level
  • To set the zoom increment
  • To set the lens size
  • To turn on color inversion
  • To display the Magnifier toolbar
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    Windows 7 introduces significant improvements to the Microsoft accessibility tools Magnifier, On-Screen Keyboard, and Narrator.

    In this section learn how to:

    Make items on the screen appear bigger (Magnifier) 22



    Type without using a keyboard (On-Screen Keyboard) 26

    Hear text read aloud with Narrator 29

    Use Speech Recognition 34

    Make items on the screen appear bigger (Magnifier)


    Magnifier enlarges different parts of the screen. This is especially useful for viewing objects that are difficult to see, but also for seeing the whole screen more easily.

    There are three modes:



    • Full-screen mode. In full-screen mode, your entire screen is magnified. You can then have Magnifier follow the mouse pointer.

    • Lens mode. In lens mode, the area around the mouse pointer is magnified. When you move the mouse pointer, the area of the screen that's magnified moves along with it.

    • Docked mode. In docked mode, only a portion of the screen is magnified, leaving the rest of your desktop in a normal state. You can then control which area of the screen is magnified.



    Figure 9: Image of Magnifier magnifying a portion of the screen

    Note

    Full-screen mode and lens mode are only available as part of the Aero experience. If your computer doesn't support Aero, or if you're using a theme other than an Aero theme, Magnifier will only work in docked mode.



    1. Open Magnifier by clicking the Start button, clicking All Programs, clicking Accessories, clicking Ease of Access, and then clicking Magnifier.

    2. On the Views menu, click the mode that you want to use.

    3. Move the pointer to the part of the screen that you want to magnify.

    Notes

    When you're using full-screen mode, you can quickly preview your entire desktop by clicking the Views menu, and then clicking Preview full screen.

    For a list of keyboard shortcuts that you can use with Magnifier, see Keyboard shortcuts.



    Magnifier topics in this section:

    To choose where Magnifier focuses


    1. Open Magnifier by clicking the Start button, clicking All Programs, clicking Accessories, clicking Ease of Access, and then clicking Magnifier.

    2. Click the Options button, and then select the option that you want:



    Option

    Description

    Follow the mouse pointer

    Displays the area around the mouse pointer in the Magnifier window. When you select this option, you can choose to have the Magnifier window move when the mouse pointer approaches or when the mouse pointer hits the edge of the Magnifier window.

    Follow the keyboard focus

    Displays the area around the pointer when you press the Tab or arrow keys.

    Have Magnifier follow the text insertion point

    Displays the area around the text that you're typing.


    To change the zoom level


    1. Open Magnifier by clicking the Start button, clicking All Programs, clicking Accessories, clicking Ease of Access, and then clicking Magnifier.

    2. Do one of the following:

    To

    Do this

    Zoom in

    Click Zoom in or press the Windows logo key Plus sign

    Zoom out

    Click Zoom out or press the Windows logo key Minus sign


    To set the zoom increment


    The zoom increment determines how quickly Magnifier zooms in and out.

    1. Open Magnifier by clicking the Start button, clicking All Programs, clicking Accessories, clicking Ease of Access, and then clicking Magnifier.

    2. Click the Options button, and then move the slider to adjust the zoom increment. Moving the slider to the left causes Magnifier to zoom slower, with smaller changes between zoom levels. Moving the slider to the right causes Magnifier to zoom faster, with larger changes between zoom levels.

    To set the lens size


    When you're using lens mode, you can adjust the size of the Magnifier lens.

    1. Open Magnifier by clicking the Start button, clicking All Programs, clicking Accessories, clicking Ease of Access, and then clicking Magnifier.

    2. Click the Options button, and then, under Magnifier Lens Size, move the sliders to adjust the size of the Magnifier lens. The lens size changes right away. Adjust the level until it's right for you.

    Notes

    • You must be using lens mode for the lens size options to appear.

    • You can quickly change the lens size by pressing Ctrl Alt R, and then moving the pointer up and down to change the height, and left and right to change the width.

    To turn on color inversion


    Turning on color inversion increases the contrast between items on your screen, which can help make your screen easier to see.

    1. Open Magnifier by clicking the Start button, clicking All Programs, clicking Accessories, clicking Ease of Access, and then clicking Magnifier.

    2. Click the Options button, and then select the Turn on color inversion check box.

    To display the Magnifier toolbar


    1. Open Magnifier by clicking the Start button, clicking All Programs, clicking Accessories, clicking Ease of Access, and then clicking Magnifier.

    2. Click the magnifying glass icon or click Magnifier on the taskbar.
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