• Keyboard and Mouse
  • Sounds and Speech
  • Accessibility Resources for Internet Explorer 6
  • Accessibility features in Microsoft® Internet Explorer make it easier to explore the Internet, see items in the browser, and use the keyboard and mouse




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    Accessibility



    Accessibility features in Microsoft® Internet Explorer make it easier to explore the Internet, see items in the browser, and use the keyboard and mouse.



    Display and Readability


    Internet Explorer 6 includes numerous options to make things easier to see on the computer screen, or to adjust to your visual preferences including:

    • Increase or Decrease the Font Size of Web Pages Displayed
      on Screen

    • Ignore Colors, Font Styles, or Font Sizes Specified on Web Pages

    • Select a Font Style for Web Pages that Do Not Have a
      Specified Text Font

    • Select Text and Background Colors of Web Pages

    • Select Link Colors

    • Select Hover Link Colors

    • Format Web Pages Using a Custom Style Sheet

    • Always Expand ALT Text for Images

    • Turn On or Turn Off Smooth Scrolling

    • Turn On or Turn Off Play Animations in Web Pages

    • Turn On or Turn Off Play Videos in Web Pages

    • Turn On or Turn Off Show Pictures

    • Turn On or Turn Off Print Background Colors and Images

    • Move System Caret with Focus/Selection Changes



    Keyboard and Mouse


    In Internet Explorer 6 you can choose a number of options to make your keyboard and mouse faster and easier to use. Options you can adjust include:

    • Change the Toolbar Button Icon Size

    • Add or Remove Buttons on Your Toolbar

    • Change the Order of Toolbar Buttons

    • Fill in Web Addresses Automatically

    • Fill in Routine Form Entries Automatically

    • Fill in User Names and Passwords Automatically

    www.microsoft.com/enable/

    Sounds and Speech


    In addition to the Windows XP sound and speech options, in Internet Explorer 6 you can also:

    • Turn On or Turn Off Play Sounds in Web Pages

    Note to Assistive Technology Product Users


    If you use assistive technology products, be sure to contact your assistive technology manufacturer (www.microsoft.com/enable/at/) to check compatibility with Windows XP and to learn how to adjust your settings to optimize compatibility.

    Accessibility Resources for Internet Explorer 6


    Internet Explorer 6 Accessibility Resources
    www.microsoft.com/enable/products/IE6/

    Step by Step Tutorials for Accessibility Features
    www.microsoft.com/enable/training/IE6/

    Keyboard Assistance
    www.microsoft.com/enable/products/keyboard.aspx

    Assistive Technology Products
    www.microsoft.com/enable/at/




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