Voice Recognition and Control
Windows Internet Explorer 8 supports the use of assistive technology such as voice recognition and alternative input devices for people who have reduced motor skills/coordination, with the exceptions listed in the Remarks section.
Documentation on Keyboard Shortcut keys is found at http://windowshelp.microsoft.com/Windows/en-US/Help/fe192a3f-1401-4233-919e-cae97eca4c0c1033.mspx and as a topic in Help installed with the product.
OS Keyboard Accessibility
Windows Internet Explorer 8 supports operating system keyboard assistance features to complement keyboard accessibility to facilitate the use of alternative input devices and to assist users who do not have the need for assistive technology but have reduced motor skills/coordination. These features include StickyKeys, FilterKeys, Mouse Keys, SerialKeys and ToggleKeys which are provided by the Windows operating system itself, as well as all applications that are installed on the Windows operating system. The recommended Operating System for Internet Explorer 8 is Windows XP and the newer. For more information on these features, refer to section 1194.21(a)