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Tutorial: Open the Ease of Access Center


The Ease of Access Center is located in Ease of Access in Control Panel. You can open the Ease of Access Center using either the mouse or keyboard.





Mouse actions

Keyboard actions

1

To open the Ease of Access Center, select:

  • Start

  • Control Panel

  • Ease of Access

  • Ease of Access Center

To open the Ease of Access Center, press:


Tutorial: Turn on Narrator


There are two ways to start Narrator:

  • Start Narrator from Quick Access to common tools for use in the current session, or

  • Turn on Narrator so that it starts automatically each time you log on.

Start Narrator for the current session





Mouse actions

Keyboard actions

1

To open the Ease of Access Center, select:

  • Start

  • Control Panel

  • Ease of Access

  • Ease of Access Center

To open the Ease of Access Center, press:

  • Windows logo key U

2

Under Quick access to common tools, select:

  • Start Narrator

Under Quick access to common tools, select:

  • Start Narrator by pressing ALT N


Turn on Narrator so that it starts automatically each time you log on to your computer





Mouse actions

Keyboard actions

1

Under Explore all settings, select:

Under Explore all settings, select:

  • Use the computer without a display, by pressing TAB, then ENTER

2

Under Hear text read aloud, select:

  • Turn on Narrator

  • Select OK

Under Hear text read aloud, select:

Tutorial: Turn on Audio Description


Set your computer to describe what's happening in videos by hearing an audio description (only available on some videos where video authors have provided this information).




Mouse actions

Keyboard actions

1

To open the Ease of Access Center, select:

  • Start

  • Control Panel

  • Ease of Access

  • Ease of Access Center

To open the Ease of Access Center, press:

Windows logo key U



2

Under Explore all settings, select:

  • Use the computer without a display

Under Explore all settings, select:

  • Use the computer without a display by pressing TAB, then ENTER

3

Under Hear text read aloud, select:

  • Turn on Audio Description

  • Select OK

Under Hear text read aloud, select:

  • Turn on Audio Description by pressing ALT I

  • Select OK by pressing ALT O


Tutorial: Turn off all unnecessary animations


If you use your computer without a display, or prefer to block unnecessary animations, you can turn them off in programs that support this option.




Mouse actions

Keyboard actions

1

To open the Ease of Access Center, select:

  • Start

  • Control Panel

  • Ease of Access

  • Ease of Access Center

To open the Ease of Access Center, press:

  • Windows logo key U

2

Under Explore all settings, select:

  • Use the computer without a display

Under Explore all settings, select:

  • Use the computer without a display by pressing TAB, then ENTER

3

Under Adjust time limits and flashing visuals, select:

  • Turn off all unnecessary animations (when possible)

  • Select OK

Under Adjust time limits and flashing visuals, select:

  • Turn off all unnecessary animations (when possible) by pressing ALT W

  • Select OK by pressing ALT O

Tutorial: How long should Windows notification dialog boxes stay open?


You can adjust the time limits and flashing visuals including how long notification dialog boxes stay open.




Mouse actions

Keyboard actions

1

To open the Ease of Access Center, select:

  • Start

  • Control Panel

  • Ease of Access

  • Ease of Access Center

To open the Ease of Access Center, press:

  • Windows logo key U

2

Under Explore all settings, select:

  • Use the computer without a display

Under Explore all settings, select:

  • Use the computer without a display by pressing TAB, then ENTER

3

Under Adjust time limits and flashing visuals, select:

  • An interval from the list for How long should Windows notification dialog boxes stay open from 5 seconds to 5 minutes

  • Select OK

Under Adjust time limits and flashing visuals, select:

  • An interval for How long should Windows notification dialog boxes stay open from 5 seconds to 5 minutes by pressing ALT X and the arrow keys

  • Select OK by pressing ALT O

Tutorial: Choose a High Contrast theme


High Contrast heightens the color contrast of some text and images on your computer screen, making those items more distinct and easier to identify. Increasing the contrast in colors reduces eyestrain and makes things easier to read for many people.




Mouse actions

Keyboard actions

1

To open the Ease of Access Center, select:

  • Start

  • Control Panel

  • Ease of Access

  • Ease of Access Center

To open the Ease of Access Center, press:

  • Windows logo key U

2

Under Explore all settings, select:

  • Make the computer easier to see

Under Explore all settings, select:

  • Make the computer easier to see by using TAB, then ENTER

3

Under High Contrast, select:

  • Choose a High Contrast theme

Under High Contrast, select:

  • Choose a High Contrast theme by pressing ALT R

4

On the Change the visuals and sounds on your computer screen, under Basic and High Contrast Themes, select:

  • A High Contrast theme

On the Change the visuals and sounds on your computer screen, under Basic and High Contrast Themes, select:

  • A High Contrast theme by pressing the arrow keys, then ENTER

  • Close the dialog box by pressing CTRL W


Tutorial: Turn on or off High Contrast when Left Alt Left Shift Print Screen is pressed


This option allows you to toggle a high-contrast theme on or off by pressing the Left Alt Left Shift Print Screen keys.





Mouse actions

Keyboard actions

1

To open the Ease of Access Center, select:

  • Start

  • Control Panel

  • Ease of Access

  • Ease of Access Center

To open the Ease of Access Center, press:

  • Windows logo key U

2

Under Explore all settings, select:

  • Make the computer easier to see

Under Explore all settings, select:

  • Make the computer easier to see by using TAB, then ENTER

3

Under High Contrast, to use the shortcut to turn High Contrast on or off, select:

  • Turn on High Contrast when left ALT left SHIFT PRINT SCREEN is pressed

  • Select OK

Under High Contrast, to use the shortcut to turn High Contrast on or off, select:

  • Turn on High Contrast when left ALT left SHIFT PRINT SCREEN is pressed by pressing ALT L.

  • Select OK by pressing ALT O

Tutorial: Change the size of text and icons


Now you can make things larger and easier to see without losing graphic quality. You can change the text size by choosing high DPI (dots per inch). Machines should be configured to use native resolution, thus providing the highest resolution and monitor quality.

Now, users can change resolution on a per user basis, so if you share a machine with your spouse, and both of you have different resolution preferences, you can set up your computer such that each user has their preferred resolution settings applied.







Mouse actions

Keyboard actions

1

To open the Ease of Access Center, select:

  • Start

  • Control Panel

  • Ease of Access

  • Ease of Access Center

To open the Ease of Access Center, press:

  • Windows logo key U

2

Under Explore all settings, select:

  • Make the computer easier to see

Under Explore all settings, select:

  • Make the computer easier to see by pressing TAB, then ENTER

3

Under Make things on the screen larger, select:

  • Change the size of text and icons

Under Make things on the screen larger, select:

  • Change the size of text and icons by pressing ALT Z

4

Select the size you want (from the available options):

  • Smaller - 100% (default)

  • Medium - 125%

  • Larger – 150%

  • Select Apply

Select the size you want (from the available options):

  • Smaller - 100% (default) by pressing ALT S

  • Medium - 125% by pressing ALT M

  • Larger – 150% by pressing ALT L

  • Select Apply by pressing ALT A

Note: This option requires administrator privileges on your computer. If you are authorized to change settings, when the User Account Control dialog box appears, select Continue (ALT C).

Tutorial: Turn on Magnifier


There are two ways to start Magnifier:

  • Start Magnifier from Quick Access to common tools for use in the current session, or

  • Turn on Magnifier so that it automatically starts each time you log on.

Start Magnifier for the current session





Mouse actions

Keyboard actions

1

To open the Ease of Access Center, select:

  • Start

  • Control Panel

  • Ease of Access

  • Ease of Access Center

To open the Ease of Access Center, press:

  • Windows logo key U

2

Under Quick access to common tools, select:

  • Start Magnifier

Under Quick access to common tools, select:

  • Start Magnifier by pressing ALT G

Turn on Magnifier so that it starts automatically each time you log on to your computer





Mouse actions

Keyboard actions

1

Under Explore all settings, select:

  • Make the computer easier to see

Under Explore all settings, select:

  • Make the computer easier to see, by pressing TAB, then ENTER

2

Under Make things on the screen larger, select:

  • Turn on Magnifier

  • Select OK

Under Make things on the screen larger, select:

  • Turn on Magnifier by pressing ALT N

  • Select OK by pressing ALT O

Tutorial: Adjust the color and transparency of the window borders


You can change the color of windows, the Start menu, and the taskbar. Pick a color or make your own.




Mouse actions

Keyboard actions

1

To open the Ease of Access Center, select:

  • Start

  • Control Panel

  • Ease of Access

  • Ease of Access Center

To open the Ease of Access Center, press:

  • Windows logo key U

2

Under Explore all settings, select:

  • Make the computer easier to see

Under Explore all settings, select:

  • Make the computer easier to see by pressing TAB, then ENTER

3

Under Make things on the screen easier to see, select:

  • Adjust the color and transparency of the window borders

Note: If the Adjust the color and transparency of the window borders link is not active, your computer does not support this setting.

Under Make things on the screen easier to see, select:

  • Adjust the color and transparency of the window borders, by pressing ALT J

Note: If the Adjust the color and transparency of the window borders link is not active, your computer does not support this setting.

4

Under Change the color of your window borders, Start menu, and taskbar, select:

  • A color scheme from the available options

  • Enable transparency to apply that effect

  • Adjust Transparency by moving the slider to the desired level

Under Change the color of your window borders, Start menu, and taskbar, select:

  • A color scheme from the available options by pressing TAB and the arrow keys

  • Enable transparency to apply that effect by pressing ALT N

  • Adjust Transparency by moving the slider to the desired level by pressing ALT I, then the arrow keys

5

If you want to adjust hue, saturation, and brightness, select:

  • Show color mixer, and move the sliders to the desired levels

  • Select the Save changes button

If you want to adjust hue, saturation, and brightness, select:

  • Show color mixer, by pressing ALT X

  • Move the sliders to the desired levels by pressing TAB to select, and then the arrow keys

  • Select the Save changes button by pressing TAB, then ENTER


Tutorial: Fine tune display effects


You can change the visual appearance of windows, the Start menu, and the taskbar, and you can fine tune effects such as how the edges of screen fonts are smoothed, show shadows under menus and the contents of windows while dragging.




Mouse actions

Keyboard actions

1

To open the Ease of Access Center, select:

  • Start

  • Control Panel

  • Ease of Access

  • Ease of Access Center

To open the Ease of Access Center, press:

  • Windows logo key U

2

Under Explore all settings:

  • Select Make the computer easier to see

Under Explore all settings, select:

  • Make the computer easier to see by pressing TAB, then ENTER

3

Under Make things on the screen easier to see, select:

  • Fine tune display effects

Under Make things on the screen easier to see, select:

  • Fine tune display effects, by pressing ALT C


Tutorial: Make the focus rectangle thicker


You can change the size of the focus rectangle to make it easier to see which item on screen has focus.




Mouse actions

Keyboard actions

1

To open the Ease of Access Center, select:

  • Start

  • Control Panel

  • Ease of Access

  • Ease of Access Center

To open the Ease of Access Center, press:

  • Windows logo key U

2

Under Explore all settings, select:

  • Make the computer easier to see

Under Explore all settings, select:

  • Make the computer easier to see by pressing TAB, then ENTER

3

Under Make things on the screen easier to see, select:

  • Make the focus rectangle thicker

  • Select OK

Under Make things on the screen easier to see select:

  • Make the focus rectangle thicker by pressing ALT K

  • Select OK by pressing ALT O

Tutorial: Set the thickness of the blinking cursor


You can set the thickness of the blinking cursor to make it easier to see where your cursor is located on screen.




Mouse actions

Keyboard actions

1

To open the Ease of Access Center, select:

  • Start

  • Control Panel

  • Ease of Access

  • Ease of Access Center

To open the Ease of Access Center, press:

  • Windows logo key U

2

Under Explore all settings, select:

  • Make the computer easier to see

Under Explore all settings, select:

  • Make the computer easier to see by pressing TAB, then ENTER

3

Under Make things on the screen easier to see, select:

  • A number from 1 to 20 from the drop-down list to Set the thickness of the blinking cursor


Note:
You can preview your selection in the Preview box.

  • Select OK

Under Make things on the screen easier to see, select:

  • A number from 1 to 20 from the drop-down list to Set the thickness of the blinking cursor by pressing ALT B, and then the arrow keys

Note: You can preview your selection in the Preview box.

  • Select OK by pressing ALT O


Tutorial: Use On-Screen Keyboard


There are two ways to start On-Screen Keyboard:

  • Start On-Screen Keyboard from Quick Access to common tools for use in the current session, or

  • Turn on On-Screen Keyboard so that it automatically starts each time you log on.

Start On-Screen Keyboard for the current session





Mouse actions

Keyboard actions

1

To open the Ease of Access Center, select:

  • Start

  • Control Panel

  • Ease of Access

  • Ease of Access Center

To open the Ease of Access Center, press:

  • Windows logo key U

2

Under Quick access to common tools, select:

  • Start On-Screen Keyboard

Under Quick access to common tools, select:

  • Start On-Screen Keyboard by pressing ALT K

Turn on On-Screen Keyboard so that it starts automatically each time you log on to your computer





Mouse actions

Keyboard actions

1

Under Explore all settings, select:

  • Use the computer without a mouse or keyboard

Under Explore all settings, select:

  • Use the computer without a mouse or keyboard by pressing TAB, then ENTER

2

Under Type using a pointing device, select:

  • Use On-Screen Keyboard

  • Select OK

Under Type using a pointing device, select:

  • Use On-Screen Keyboard by pressing ALT K

  • Select OK by pressing ALT O


Tutorial: Use Speech Recognition


Speech Recognition allows you to control your computer by voice. Using only your voice, you can start programs, open menus, click buttons and other objects on the screen, dictate text into documents, and write and send emails. Just about everything you do with your keyboard and mouse can be done with only your voice.

This tutorial shows you how to Start Speech Recognition the first time you use Speech Recognition, and to set it to turn on each time you log on.






Mouse actions

Keyboard actions

1

On the Start menu, select:

  • Control Panel

  • Ease of Access

  • Speech Recognition

Display the Start menu by pressing the Windows logo key, then select.

  • Control Panel by pressing the arrow keys, then ENTER

  • Ease of Access by pressing the arrow keys, then ENTER

  • Speech Recognition by pressing the arrow keys, then ENTER

2

In Configure your Speech Recognition experience, select:

  • Start Speech Recognition

The first time you select Start Speech Recognition you'll be taken through setting up your microphone and the Speech Tutorial. You'll also be given the option to set Speech Recognition to start each time you log on to your computer.

In Configure your Speech Recognition experience, select:

  • Start Speech Recognition by pressing ALT S

The first time you select Start Speech Recognition you'll be taken through setting up your microphone and the Speech Tutorial. You'll also be given the option to set Speech Recognition to start each time you log on to your computer.

Tutorial: Change the color and size of mouse pointers


You can choose a mouse pointer scheme to increase visibility of the mouse pointer on your screen.




Mouse actions

Keyboard actions

1

To open the Ease of Access Center, select:

  • Start

  • Control Panel

  • Ease of Access

  • Ease of Access Center

To open the Ease of Access Center, press:

  • Windows logo key U

2

Under Explore all settings, select:

  • Make the mouse easier to use

Under Explore all settings, select:

  • Make the mouse easier to use by pressing TAB, then ENTER

3

Under Mouse pointers:

  • Select a cursor and pointer combination

  • Select OK

Under Mouse pointers, select a cursor/pointer combination by pressing:

  • ALT R for Regular White

  • ALT U for Regular Black

  • ALT G for Regular Inverting

  • ALT L for Large White

  • ALT B for Large Black

  • ALT I for Large Inverting

  • ALT X for Extra Large White

  • ALT K for Extra Large Black

  • ALT N for Extra Large Inverting

  • Select OK by pressing ALT O


Tutorial: Activate a window by hovering over it with the mouse


You can make it easier to switch between windows by choosing to activate windows by hovering over them with the mouse pointer, rather than clicking the mouse button.




Mouse actions

Keyboard actions

1

To open the Ease of Access Center, select:

  • Start

  • Control Panel

  • Ease of Access

  • Ease of Access Center

To open the Ease of Access Center, press:

  • Windows logo key U

2

Under Explore all settings, select:

  • Make the mouse easier to use

Under Explore all settings, select:

  • Make the mouse easier to use by pressing TAB, then ENTER

3

Under Make it easier to manage windows, select:

  • Activate a window by hovering over it with the mouse

  • Select OK

Under Make it easier to manage windows, select:

  • Activate a window by hovering over it with the mouse by pressing ALT W

  • Select OK by pressing ALT O


Tutorial: Turn on Mouse Keys


Instead of using the mouse, you can use the arrow keys on your keyboard or the numeric keypad to move the mouse.




Mouse actions

Keyboard actions

1

To open the Ease of Access Center, select:

  • Start

  • Control Panel

  • Ease of Access

  • Ease of Access Center

To open the Ease of Access Center, press:

  • Windows logo key U

2

Under Explore all settings, select:

  • Make the mouse easier to use

Under Explore all settings, select:

  • Make the mouse easier to use by pressing TAB, then ENTER

3

Under Control the mouse with the keyboard, select:

  • Turn on Mouse Keys

Under Control the mouse with the keyboard, select:

  • Turn on Mouse Keys by pressing ALT M

To set up Mouse Keys





Mouse actions

Keyboard actions

4

Under Control the mouse with the keyboard, select:

  • Set up Mouse Keys

Under Control the mouse with the keyboard, select:

  • Set up Mouse Keys by pressing ALT Y

5

Under Set up Mouse Keys select:

  • Turn on Mouse Keys

Then, select from the following setting options:

Under Set up Mouse Keys select:

  • Turn on Mouse Keys by pressing ALT M

Then, select from the following setting options:

6

Under Keyboard shortcut:

  • Turn on Mouse Keys with left ALT left SHIFT NUMLOCK if you want to turn Mouse Keys on and off by using this shortcut

  • Display a warning message when turning a setting on if you want a visual alert when Mouse Keys is turned on or off

  • Make a sound when turning a setting on or off if you want an audio alert when Mouse Keys is turned on or off

Under Keyboard shortcut:

  • Turn on Mouse Keys with left ALT left SHIFT NUMLOCK if you want to turn Mouse Keys on and off by using this shortcut, by pressing ALT K

  • Display a warning message when turning a setting on if you want a visual alert when Mouse Keys is turned on or off, by pressing ALT A

  • Make a sound when turning a setting on or off if you want an audio alert when Mouse Keys is turned on or off, by pressing ALT U

7

Under Pointer speed:

  • Top Speed of the pointer by moving the slider bar to the left (for low), or to the right (for high)

  • Acceleration of the mouse pointer by moving the slider bar to the left (for slow), or the right (for fast)

  • Hold down CTRL to speed up and SHIFT to slow down if you want to use the CTRL and SHIFT keys to control the pointer speed

Under Pointer speed:

  • Top Speed of the pointer by moving the slider bar to the left (for low), or to the right (for high), by pressing TAB to select the bar, then the arrow keys

  • Acceleration of the mouse pointer by moving the slider bar to the left (for slow), or the right (for fast), by pressing TAB to select the bar, then the arrow keys

  • Hold down CTRL to speed up and SHIFT to slow down if you want to use the CTRL and SHIFT keys to control the pointer speed, by pressing ALT W

8

Under Other settings, select:

  • To use Mouse Keys when NUM LOCK is On, or Off

  • Display the Mouse Keys icon on the taskbar if you want a visual reminder when Mouse Keys is turned on

  • Select OK

Under Other settings:

  • To use Mouse Keys when NUM LOCK is On, press ALT N

  • Display the Mouse Keys icon on the taskbar if you want a visual reminder when Mouse Keys is turned on, by pressing ALT Y

  • Select OK by pressing ALT O


Tutorial: Underline keyboard shortcuts and access keys


By pressing keys that correspond to the underlined letters in menus, commands, or dialog box options, you can quickly select options using the keyboard, rather than the mouse. If they are not already showing, you can choose to show underlined letters for keyboard navigation and input indicators (the dotted rectangles around objects) to navigate in Windows, generally with the ALT, TAB or arrow keys.




Mouse actions

Keyboard actions

1

To open the Ease of Access Center, select:

  • Start

  • Control Panel

  • Ease of Access

  • Ease of Access Center

To open the Ease of Access Center, press:

  • Windows logo key U

2

Under Explore all settings, select:

Under Explore all settings, select:

  • Make the keyboard easier to use by pressing TAB, then ENTER

3

Under Make it easier to use keyboard shortcuts, select:

  • Underline keyboard shortcuts and access keys

  • Select OK

Under Make it easier to use keyboard shortcuts, select:

  • Underline keyboard shortcuts and access keys, by pressing ALT N

  • Select OK by pressing ALT O


Tutorial: Prevent windows from being automatically arranged when moved to the edge of the screen


This option prevents windows from automatically resizing and docking along the sides of your screen when you move them there.




Mouse actions

Keyboard actions

1

To open the Ease of Access Center, select:

  • Start

  • Control Panel

  • Ease of Access

  • Ease of Access Center

To open the Ease of Access Center, press:

  • Windows logo key U

2

Under Explore all settings, select:

  • Make the keyboard easier to use

Under Explore all settings, select:

  • Make the keyboard easier to use by pressing TAB, then ENTER

3

Under Make it easier to manage windows, select:

  • Prevent windows from being automatically arranged when moved to the edge of the screen

Under Make it easier to manage windows, select:

  • Prevent windows from being automatically arranged when moved to the edge of the screen by pressing TAB, then Spacebar

4

To save your selection:

  • Select OK

To save your selection:

  • Press ALT O


Tutorial: Turn on visual notifications for sounds


This option sets sound notifications to run when you log on to Windows. Sound notifications replace system sounds with visual cues, such as a flash on the screen, so that system alerts are noticeable even when they’re not heard. You can also choose how you want sound notifications to warn you.




Mouse actions

Keyboard actions

1

To open the Ease of Access Center, select:

  • Start

  • Control Panel

  • Ease of Access

  • Ease of Access Center

To open the Ease of Access Center, press:

  • Windows logo key U

2

Under Explore all settings, select:

Under Explore all settings, select:

  • Use text or visual alternatives for sounds by pressing TAB, then ENTER

3

Under Use visual cues instead of sounds, select:

  • Turn on visual notifications for sounds (Sound Sentry)

Under Use visual cues instead of sounds, select:

  • Turn on visual notifications for sounds (Sound Sentry) by pressing ALT R

4

Under Choose visual warning, select one of the following options:

  • None

  • Flash active caption bar

  • Flash active window

  • Flash desktop

  • Select OK

Under Choose visual warning, select one of the following options:

  • None by pressing ALT N

  • Flash active caption bar by pressing ALT B

  • Flash active window by pressing ALT W

  • Flash desktop by pressing ALT K

  • Select OK by pressing ALT O

Tutorial: Turn on text captions for spoken dialog


This option causes Windows to display text captions in place of sounds to indicate that activity is happening on your computer (for example, when a document starts or finishes printing.)




Mouse actions

Keyboard actions

1

To open the Ease of Access Center, select:

  • Start

  • Control Panel

  • Ease of Access

  • Ease of Access Center

To open the Ease of Access Center, press:

  • Windows logo key U

2

Under Explore all settings, select:

  • Use text or visual alternatives for sounds

Under Explore all settings, select:

  • Use text or visual alternatives for sounds by pressing TAB, then ENTER

3

Under Use visual cues instead of sounds select:

  • Turn on text captions for spoken dialog (when available)

  • Select OK

Under Use visual cues instead of sounds, select:

  • Turn on text captions for spoken dialog (when available) by pressing ALT U

  • Select OK by pressing ALT O


Tutorial: Remove background images


If you find background images make your screen difficult to see, or if they are otherwise bothersome or undesirable, you can remove them (where available).




Mouse actions

Keyboard actions

1

To open the Ease of Access Center, select:

  • Start

  • Control Panel

  • Ease of Access

  • Ease of Access Center

To open the Ease of Access Center, press:

  • Windows logo key U

2

Under Explore all settings, select:

  • Make the computer easier to see

Under Explore all settings, select:

  • Make the computer easier to see by pressing TAB, then ENTER

3

Under Make things on the screen easier to see, select:

  • Remove background images (where available)

  • Select OK

Under Make things on the screen easier to see, select:

  • Remove background images (where available) by pressing ALT G

  • Select OK by pressing ALT O


Tutorial: Turn on Sticky Keys


Instead of having to press three keys at once (such as when you must press the CTRL, ALT, and DELETE keys together to log on to Windows), you can press one key at a time by turning on Sticky Keys. Then, you can press a modifier key (such as CTRL) and have it remain active until another key is pressed.




Mouse actions

Keyboard actions

1

To open the Ease of Access Center, select:

  • Start

  • Control Panel

  • Ease of Access

  • Ease of Access Center

To open the Ease of Access Center, press:

  • Windows logo key U

2

Under Explore all settings select:

  • Make the keyboard easier to use

Under Explore all settings, select:

  • Make the keyboard easier to use by pressing TAB, then ENTER

3

Under Make it easier to type, select:

  • Turn on Sticky Keys

Under Make it easier to type, select:

  • Turn on Sticky Keys by pressing ALT R

To set up Sticky Keys





Mouse actions

Keyboard actions

1

Then, select:

  • Set up Sticky Keys

Then, select:

  • Set up Sticky Keys by pressing TAB, then ENTER

2

In Set up Sticky Keys select:

  • Turn on Sticky Keys

In Set up Sticky Keys select:

  • Turn on Sticky Keys by pressing ALT R

3

Under Keyboard shortcut, select:

  • Turn on Sticky Keys when SHIFT is pressed five times if you want to use the shortcut to turn Sticky Keys on and off

Under Keyboard shortcut, select:

  • Turn on Sticky Keys when SHIFT is pressed five times by pressing ALT K, if you want to use the shortcut to turn Sticky Keys on and off

4

Under When using keyboard shortcuts to turn Ease of Access settings on select from these options:

  • Display a warning message when turning a setting on

  • Make a sound when turning a setting on or off

Under When using keyboard shortcuts to turn Ease of Access settings on choose from these options:

  • Display a warning message when turning a setting on by pressing ALT A

  • Make a sound when turning a setting on or off by pressing ALT M

5

Under Options and Feedback you can choose to:

  • Lock modifier keys when pressed twice in a row

  • Turn off Sticky Keys when two keys are pressed at once

  • Play a sound when keys are pressed

  • Display the Sticky Keys icon on the task bar

Under Options and Feedback you can choose to:

  • Lock modifier keys when pressed twice in a row by pressing ALT L

  • Turn off Sticky Keys when two keys are pressed at once by pressing ALT U

  • Play a sound when keys are pressed by pressing ALT Y

  • Display the Sticky Keys icon on the task bar by pressing ALT I

6

  • Select OK

  • Select OK by pressing ALT O


Tutorial: Turn on Toggle Keys


Toggle Keys can play an alert each time you press the Caps Lock, Num Lock, or Scroll Lock keys. These alerts can help prevent the frustration of inadvertently pressing a key and not realizing it.




Mouse actions

Keyboard actions

1

To open the Ease of Access Center, select:

  • Start

  • Control Panel

  • Ease of Access

  • Ease of Access Center

To open the Ease of Access Center, press:

  • Windows logo key U

2

Under Explore all settings, select:

  • Make the keyboard easier to use

Under Explore all settings, select:

  • Make the keyboard easier to use by pressing TAB, then ENTER

3

Under Make it easier to type select:

  • Turn on Toggle Keys

  • Turn on Toggle Keys by holding down the NUM LOCK key for 5 seconds if you want to use the shortcut to turn Toggle Keys on and off

  • Select OK

Under Make it easier to type, select:

  • Turn on Toggle Keys by pressing ALT K

  • Turn on Toggle Keys by holding down the NUM LOCK key for 5 seconds if you want to use the shortcut to turn Toggle Keys on and off, by pressing ALT 5

  • Select OK by pressing ALT O


Tutorial: Turn on Filter Keys


You can set Windows to ignore keystrokes that occur in rapid succession, or keystrokes that are held down for several seconds unintentionally.




Mouse actions

Keyboard actions

1

To open the Ease of Access Center, select:

  • Start

  • Control Panel

  • Ease of Access

  • Ease of Access Center

To open the Ease of Access Center, press:

  • Windows logo key U

2

Under Explore all settings, select:

  • Make the keyboard easier to use

Under Explore all settings, select:

  • Make the keyboard easier to use by pressing TAB, then ENTER

3

Under Make it easier to type, select:

  • Turn on Filter Keys

Under Make it easier to type, select:

  • Turn on Filter Keys by pressing ALT I

Set up Filter Keys





Mouse actions

Keyboard actions

1

Under Make it easier to type, select:

  • Set up Filter Keys

Under Make it easier to type, select:

  • Set up Filter Keys by pressing ALT L

2

In Set up Filter Keys, be sure Turn on Filter Keys is selected, then select from the following options:

  • Turn on Filter Keys when right SHIFT is pressed for 8 seconds if you want to use the shortcut key to turn Filter Keys on and off

  • Display a warning message when turning a setting on if you want to see a visual message when turning Filter Keys on and off

  • Make a sound when turning a setting on and off if you want an audible message when turning Filter Keys on and off

  • Beep when keys are pressed or accepted if you want to hear a beep when keystrokes are accepted

  • Display the Filter Keys icon on the taskbar if you want a visual reminder that Filter Keys is on.

  • Save to save your settings and close the dialog box

In Set up Filter Keys, be sure Turn on Filter Keys is selected (if not, press ALT I), then select from the following options:

  • Turn on Filter Keys when right SHIFT is pressed for 8 seconds by pressing ALT K, if you want to use the shortcut key to turn Filter Keys on and off

  • Display a warning message when turning a setting on by pressing ALT A, if you want to see a visual message when turning Filter Keys on and off

  • Make a sound when turning a setting on and off by pressing ALT M, if you want an audible message when turning Filter Keys on and off

  • Beep when keys are pressed or accepted by pressing ALT W, if you want to hear a beep when keystrokes are accepted

  • Display the Filter Keys icon on the taskbar by pressing ALT Y, if you want a visual reminder that Filter Keys is on

3

Under Type text here to test settings:

  • Test your settings by typing within the box before saving your settings

Move to:

  • Type text here to test settings, by pressing ALT N

Test your settings by typing within the box before saving your settings

4

Save your settings and close the dialog box.

  • Select OK

Save your settings and close the dialog box.

  • Select OK by pressing TAB, then ENTER


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