• Turn on Narrator so that it starts automatically each time you log on to your computer
  • Choose which text Narrator reads aloud
  • Change the Narrator voice settings
  • Accessibility Tutorials for Windows Vista




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    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:

    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 Save.

    Under Hear text read aloud, select:

    • Turn on Narrator by pressing ALT+U.

    • Select Save by pressing ALT+S.



    Choose which text Narrator reads aloud


    Narrator always reads aloud the text in any part of the desktop you select. You can also have it read aloud what you type, as well as events that happen on screen (such as dialog boxes that appear).




    Mouse actions

    Keyboard actions

    1

    • Start or Turn on Narrator

    2

    In Microsoft Narrator, under Main Narrator Settings, select what you want Narrator to read aloud:

    • Echo User's Keystrokes if you want Narrator to read aloud what you type.

    • Announce System Messages if you want Narrator to read system messages aloud.

    • Announce Scroll Notifications if you want Narrator to announce when the screen scrolls.

    In Microsoft Narrator, under Main Narrator Settings, select what you want Narrator to read aloud:

    • Echo User's Keystrokes if you want Narrator to read aloud what you type, by pressing ALT+K.

    • Announce System Messages if you want Narrator to read system messages aloud, by pressing ALT+M.

    • Announce Scroll Notifications if you want Narrator to announce when the screen scrolls, by pressing ALT+N.



    Change the Narrator voice settings


    You can adjust the speed, volume, and pitch of the Narrator voice.




    Mouse actions

    Keyboard actions

    1

    • Start or Turn on Narrator

    • Start or Turn on Narrator

    2

    In Microsoft Narrator, select:

    • Preferences.

    • Voice Settings.

    In Microsoft Narrator, select:

    • Preferences by pressing ALT+P.

    • Voice Settings by pressing V.

    3

    In Voice Settings - Narrator:

    • Select Voice (either the pre-installed "Microsoft Anna" or another voice you have installed) from the drop-down list.

    • Set Speed between 1 (for slow) and 9 (for fast) from the drop-down list.

    • Set Volume between 1 (for low) and 9 (for loud)from the drop-down list.

    • Set Pitch between 1 (for low) and 9 (for high)from the drop-down list.

    Save your settings:

    • Select OK.

    In Voice Settings - Narrator:

    Select Voice (either the pre-installed "Microsoft Anna" or another voice you have installed from the drop-down list), by pressing:

    • ALT+V and the arrow keys.

    Set Speed between 1 (for slow) and 9 (for fast), by pressing:

    • ALT+S and the arrow keys.

    Set Volume between 1 (for low) and 9 (for loud), by pressing:

    • ALT+O and the arrow keys.

    Set Pitch between 1 (for low) and 9 (for high) by pressing:

    • ALT+P and the arrow keys.

    Save your settings:

    • Select OK by pressing TAB, then ENTER.


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