• Apply all accessibility settings to the logon desktop
  • Accessibility Tutorials for Windows Vista




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    Open the Ease of Access Center





    Mouse actions

    Keyboard actions

    1

    Open the Ease of Access Center, by selecting:

    • Start.

    • Control Panel.

    • Ease of Access.

    • Ease of Access Center.

    Open the Ease of Access Center, by pressing:

    2

    Under Quick access to common tools, select to start:

    • Magnifier

    • Narrator

    • On-Screen Keyboard, and/or

    • High Contrast

    The tools you select will remain on until you log off.

    Under Quick access to common tools, select to start any of these tools by pressing ENTER when the tool you want to start is highlighted or read aloud:

    • Magnifier

    • Narrator

    • On-Screen Keyboard, and/or

    • High Contrast

    The tools you select will remain on until you log off.

    3

    Under Not sure where to start?, select:

    • Get recommendations to make your computer easier to use.

    Under Not sure where to start?, select:

    4

    Under Get recommendations to make your computer easier to use:

    • Insert check marks in the check boxes next to any statements that apply to you.

    • Select Next to move to the next screen.

    • Repeat steps above until you reach the final screen.

    • Select Done.

    Under Get recommendations to make your computer easier to use:

    • Insert check marks in the check boxes next to any statements that apply to you, by pressing TAB, then SPACEBAR.

    • Select Next to move to the next screen, by pressing ALT+N.

    • Repeat steps above until you reach the final screen.

    • Select Done, by pressing ALT+O.

    5

    Under Recommended settings:

    • Select the options you want to turn on.

    • Select Save.

    Under Recommended settings:

    • Select the options you want to turn on by using TAB, SPACEBAR, and the arrow keys.

    • Select Save, by pressing TAB, then ENTER.

    6

    If you want to look at settings by category, select one of these topics under Explore all settings.

    • Use the computer without a display.

    • Make the computer easier to see.

    • Use the computer without a mouse or keyboard.

    • Make the mouse easier to use.

    • Make the keyboard easier to use.

    • Use text or visual alternatives for sounds.

    • Make it easier to focus on tasks.

    Tutorials are available for each of the settings listed.

    If you want to look at settings by category, select one of these topics under Explore all settings by pressing TAB, then ENTER when the category you want is highlighted.

    • Use the computer without a display.

    • Make the computer easier to see.

    • Use the computer without a mouse or keyboard.

    • Make the mouse easier to use.

    • Make the keyboard easier to use.

    • Use text or visual alternatives for sounds.

    • Make it easier to focus on tasks.

    Tutorials are available for each of the settings listed.

    * This questionnaire replaced the Accessibility Wizard found in previous versions of Windows.


    Apply all accessibility settings to the logon desktop


    You can set Windows to apply all of your Ease of Access settings to your desktop as soon as you log on. In order to use this feature, however, you must have administrator privileges. You will encounter a User Account Control warning when you choose this link. Select Continue (press ALt+C) to access the Change administrative settings window.




    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

    In the left hand column, under Tasks, select:

    • Change administrative settings.

    In the left hand column, under Tasks, select:

    • Change administrative settings by pressing the TAB key, then ENTER.

    3

    Under System Administrator settings, select:

    • Apply all settings to the logon desktop.

    • Select Save.

    Under System Administrator settings, select:

    • Apply all settings to the logon desktop by pressing ALT+L.

    • Select Save by pressing ALT+S.

    Note: Here you can also Create a restore point for backup in case any settings cause performance issues. Choose this option by clicking the link or selecting it by TAB, then ENTER, then selecting the appropriate options by clicking, or using TAB, ENTER and ALT + the underlined letters.


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