• Make the Computer Easier to See Turn on High Contrast and change the settings
  • Turn on Audio Description
  • Accessibility Tutorials for Windows Vista




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    Keep On-Screen Keyboard always on top


    You can set On-Screen Keyboard to stay always on top of other objects such as dialog boxes on your screen, so it is always accessible.




    Mouse actions

    Keyboard actions

    1

    • Start or turn on On-Screen Keyboard

    2

    In On-Screen Keyboard, select:

    • Settings.

    • Always on Top.

    In On-Screen Keyboard, select:

    • Settings by pressing ALT+S.

    • Always on Top by pressing A.


    Make the Computer Easier to See

    Turn on High Contrast and change the settings


    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:

    2

    Under Quick access to common tools, select:

    • Set up High Contrast.

    Under Quick access to common tools, select:

    • Set up High Contrast by pressing ALT+U.

    3

    Under High Contrast, select:

    Under High Contrast, select:

    • Choose a High Contrast color scheme by pressing ENTER.

    4

    Under Color scheme, select:

    • One of the High Contrast options from the list.

    • OK.

    5

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

    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.

    6

    When using keyboard shortcuts to turn Ease of Access settings on, select one or both of these notification options:

    • Select Save.

    When using keyboard shortcuts to turn Ease of Access settings on, select one or both of these notification options:

    • Display a warning message when turning a setting on for a visual notification, by pressing ALT+A.

    • Make a sound when turning a setting on or off, for a sound notification, by pressing ALT+M.

    • Select Save by pressing ALT+S.


    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:

    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 Save.

    Under Hear text read aloud, select:

    • Turn on Audio Description by pressing ALT+I.

    • Select Save by pressing ALT+S.


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