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To find the Ease of Access Center on a Windows 7 PC, go to the start
To find the Ease of Access Center on a Windows 7 PC, go to the start
In the control panel, select Ease of Access
In the control panel, select Ease of Access
In the Ease of Access window, select Ease of Access Center
In the Ease of Access window, select Ease of Access Center
Scroll down for more options (shown on next slide)
Scroll down for more options (shown on next slide)
Some of the options listed in the Ease of Access Center are redundant,
Some of the options listed in the Ease of Access Center are redundant,
High Contrast: Use high contrast to heighten the color contrast of
High Contrast: Use high contrast to heighten the color contrast of
Type using a pointing device: Use On-Screen Keyboard: Check this to
Type using a pointing device: Use On-Screen Keyboard: Check this to
Once finished, click OK
Once finished, click OK
Mouse pointers Choose pointers (arrow and blinking cursor) that is
Mouse pointers Choose pointers (arrow and blinking cursor) that is
Make it easier to manage windows: Activate a window by hovering over
Make it easier to manage windows: Activate a window by hovering over
Control the mouse with the keyboard: This allows the user to control
Control the mouse with the keyboard: This allows the user to control
Scroll down for more options (shown on next slide)
Scroll down for more options (shown on next slide)
Once finished, click OK
Once finished, click OK
Other options described on the next slide
Other options described on the next slide
Once finished, click OK
Once finished, click OK
After selecting Start Speech Recognition, the user will be led
After selecting Start Speech Recognition, the user will be led
To start Magnifier
To start Magnifier
Magnifier will open a small window to allow you to choose the
Magnifier will open a small window to allow you to choose the
To start Narrator
To start Narrator
Main Narrator Settings: Echo Users Keystrokes: Check this if you wish
Main Narrator Settings: Echo Users Keystrokes: Check this if you wish
Voice Settings: Select Voice: Choose the voice that you would like the
Voice Settings: Select Voice: Choose the voice that you would like the
To start the On-Screen Keyboard
To start the On-Screen Keyboard
The On-Screen Keyboard displays a visual keyboard with all the
The On-Screen Keyboard displays a visual keyboard with all the
Ease of Access and Assistive Technology on Windows 7

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1Ease of Access and Assistive 19Sticky Keys, the user can strike the SHIFT
Technology on Windows 7. Computer Access key, and the next key that he/she strikes
for Individuals with Disabilities. will have the SHIFT function applied to
2Ease of access center. Accessibility it. If this setting is desired, click the
settings automatically turned on every Set up Sticky Keys link to specify how
time the user logs on to the computer To this feature will work. Click here.
be used on a personal computer, or on a 20Other options described on the next
computer that the user has his/her own slide. Turn on Sticky Keys: Check here to
account on. turn this feature on and have it stay on
3To find the Ease of Access Center on a every time the user logs on. Keyboard
Windows 7 PC, go to the start menu, and shortcut: Turn on Sticky Keys when SHIFT
select Control Panel from the menu on is pressed five times: Check here to allow
the right. Then, Click here. First, Click the user to turn Sticky Keys on, as
here. needed, using the keyboard shortcut
4In the control panel, select Ease of described. When using keyboard shortcuts
Access. This option is highlighted above. to turn Ease of Access settings on:
5In the Ease of Access window, select Display a warning message when turning a
Ease of Access Center. Click here. setting on: Check here for the user to be
6Scroll down for more options (shown on notified by a warning message when the
next slide). Quick access to common tools: setting is turned on using the keyboard
Always read this section aloud: Check this shortcut. This will ensure that this
if you wish to have the contents of this setting will not be turned on in error.
window read aloud. Always scan this Make a sound when turning a setting on or
section: This option is helpful for off: Check here to have a tone played to
someone who is not able to use a mouse. notify the user when a setting is turned
The scanner highlights items one by one, on or off using the keyboard shortcut.
and the user need only hit the spacebar to This will ensure that this setting will
make a selection. This window also gives not be turned on I or off in error.
you an opportunity to start Magnifier, 21Once finished, click OK. Options Lock
Narrator or the On-Screen Keyboard , and modifier keys when pressed twice in a row:
to set up high contrast. All of these Check this so that pressing a modifier key
options are available in other menus and (SHIFT, CTRL, or ALT) twice will lock down
will be explained later. Explore all that key. This way, if multiple letters
settings: Scroll down to view full list of must be capitalized consecutively, the
options. user can strike the SHIFT key twice and
7Some of the options listed in the Ease then type all letters to be capitalized
of Access Center are redundant, so not all and then strike the SHIFT key a third time
options on this list are discussed, but to deactivate it. Turn off Sticky Keys
all settings will be included. This when two keys are pressed at once: Check
presentation will go through the options this so that, if the user presses a
in order. Feel free to skip ahead to modifier key (SHIFT, CTRL, or ALT) at the
sections that are relevant to you. To same time as any other key (including
adjust settings on your computer to make another modifier key), Sticky Keys will be
it more accessible to someone with a turned off. The user can then turn Sticky
visual impairment, select, Make the Keys back on using either the Control
computer easier to see. Click here. Panel or the keyboard shortcut, if it is
8High Contrast: Use high contrast to enabled. Feedback Play a sound when
heighten the color contrast of some of the modifier keys are pressed: Check this to
screens text and images. Doing so will hear a tone when a modifier key is
make text and images easier to identify. activated. The sounds are different for
Hear text and descriptions read aloud: pressing a modifier key the first time
Turn on Narrator: Check this to have the (holding it for only one character),
screens text read aloud. Audio pressing a modifier key the second time
Description: Check this to hear a (locking it until further notice), and
description of what is happening in videos pressing a modifier key the third time
(when available). Scroll down for more (unlocking it). Display the Sticky Keys
options (shown on next slide). icon on the task bar: This allows easier
9To adjust settings for the use access to the Sticky Keys feature.
alternative input devices, select Use the 22To adjust settings on your computer to
computer without a mouse or keyboard. make it more accessible to someone with a
Click here. hearing impairment, select Use text or
10Type using a pointing device: Use visual alternatives for sounds. Click
On-Screen Keyboard: Check this to display here.
a visual keyboard with all the standard 23Once finished, click OK. Turn on
keys. This allows the user to select keys visual notifications for sounds: Check
using the mouse or another pointing this to replace system sounds with visual
device. It is also possible to use a cues (for example, a flash on the screen)
single key or group of keys to cycle so that system alerts are noticeable even
through the keys on the screen with this when they cannot be heard. Then choose the
feature. The On-Screen Keyboard will be type of visual notification: None Flash
described in greater detail later in the active caption bar Flash active window
presentation. Avoid using the mouse and Flash desktop Turn on text captions for
keyboard: Speak into a microphone to spoken dialog (when available): Check this
control the computer, open programs, and to display text captions in place of
dictate text: Click the Use Speech sounds to notify the user of what is
Recognition link to set up a voice happening on his/her computer (for
activation system for dictation and example, when a download is beginning or
computer navigation. This feature will be ending).
described in greater detail later in the 24To return to the main Ease of Access
presentation. window, click Ease of Access in the
11Once finished, click OK. Turn on navigation bar, as shown above. Click
Magnifier: Check this to have Magnifier here.
run when you log on to your computer. 25In the Ease of Access window, select
Magnifier will enlarge any part of the Speech Recognition. Click here.
screen where the mouse is pointing. Make 26After selecting Start Speech
the focus rectangle thicker: Check this to Recognition, the user will be led through
make the rectangle around the selected the tasks listed below. Including setting
item in a dialog box thicker and easier to up a microphone and learning how to use
see. Set the thickness of the blinking the speech recognition feature. Click
cursor: Check this to make the blinking here, and then follow the set-up
cursor in dialog boxes thicker and easier instructions.
to see. Turn off all unnecessary 27Assistive technology programs.
animations: Check this to turn off some Accessibility programs for use as needed,
animation effects. Remove background or for use on a public computer on which
images: Check this to turn off all the user does not have his/her own
unimportant, overlapping content and account.
background images. 28To start Magnifier. Finally, click
12To adjust settings for a user who has here to start the program. Then, type in
difficulty using a mouse (for either search here. First, Click here. To find
visual or physical reasons), select Make the Magnifier program, go to the start
the mouse easier to use. Click here. menu, and click on the box that says,
13Mouse pointers Choose pointers (arrow Search programs and files. Type
and blinking cursor) that is most magnifier into the box, and the program
appropriate for the users vision. Control should appear in the options in the above
the mouse with the keyboard Turn on Mouse menu. Click it to run Magnifier.
Keys: Check this to control the movement 29Magnifier will open a small window to
of the mouse pointer with the numeric allow you to choose the percentage of
keypad. This is helpful for users for whom magnification. It will begin at 100%
physical limitations to mouse access (normal size), and each click of the plus
exist. This option is discussed in greater sign will increase the magnification by
detail later in the presentation. Scroll 100 (200%, 300%, 400%, etc.). Move the
down for more options (shown on next mouse to explore the screen.
slide). 30To start Narrator. Finally, click here
14Make it easier to manage windows: to start the program. Then, type in search
Activate a window by hovering over it with here. First, Click here. To find the
the mouse: Check this to make it easier to Narrator program, go to the start menu,
select a window. This is useful for and click on the box that says, Search
someone for whom it is physically programs and files. Type narrator into
difficult to click the mouse. Prevent the box, and the program should appear in
windows from being automatically arranged the options in the above menu. Click it to
when moved to the edge of the screen: run Narrator.
Check this to prevent windows from 31Main Narrator Settings: Echo Users
automatically resizing and docking when Keystrokes: Check this if you wish to for
they are moved to the edge of the screen. the computer to speak the keys you strike
Once finished, click OK. as you type. Announce System Messages:
15To adjust settings on your computer to Check this if you wish to have message
make it more accessible to someone who has boxes read aloud. Announce Scroll
difficulty using the keyboard properly, Notifications: Check this if you would
select Make the keyboard easier to use. like the computer to announce the status
Click here. of the scroll bars (how far down you have
16Control the mouse with the keyboard: scrolled (in a percentage, etc.) Start
This allows the user to control the Narrator Minimized: Check this if you
movement of the mouse pointer with the would like the Narrator Settings box
numeric keypad. This is helpful for users (shown here) to be minimized on the
for whom physical limitations to mouse desktop, rather than open, when you start
access exist. If this setting is desired, the program. When you have finished with
click the Set up Mouse Keys link to main settings, click here (Voice Settings
specify how this feature will work. Click on next slide).
here. 32Voice Settings: Select Voice: Choose
17Scroll down for more options (shown on the voice that you would like the
next slide). Turn on Mouse Keys: Check narration to be given in Set Speed:
here to turn this feature on and have it Narration speed can be set anywhere from 1
stay on every time the user logs on. (for slow) to 9 (for fast) using the
Keyboard shortcut: Turn on Mouse Keys with drop-down list. Set Volume: Narration
left ALT + left SHIFT + NUM LOCK: Check volume can be set anywhere from 1 (for
here to allow the user to turn Mouse Keys soft) to 9 (for loud) using the drop-down
on, as needed, using the keyboard shortcut list. Set Pitch: Narration pitch can be
described. When using keyboard shortcuts set anywhere from 1 (for low) to 9 (for
to turn Ease of Access settings on: high) using the drop-down list. When you
Display a warning message when turning a have finished with voice settings, click
setting on: Check here for the user to be here.
notified by a warning message when the 33The Main Narrator Settings Window will
setting is turned on using the keyboard reappear. While using Narrator, you can
shortcut. This will ensure that this minimize this window by clicking the -
setting will not be turned on in error. icon. When you wish to stop running
Make a sound when turning a setting on or narrator, click Exit. Click here to
off: Check here to have a tone played to minimize the window, while running the
notify the user when a setting is turned program. To exit the program, click here.
on or off using the keyboard shortcut. 34To start the On-Screen Keyboard.
This will ensure that this setting will Finally, click here to start the program.
not be turned on I or off in error. Then, type in search here. First, Click
18Once finished, click OK. Pointer here. To find the On-Screen Keyboard
speed: Top speed: Drag the slider to set program, go to the start menu, and click
the maximum speed at which the mouse on the box that says, Search programs and
pointer moves when the user holds down a files. Type on-screen keyboard into the
MouseKeys direction key. Acceleration: box, and the program should appear in the
Drag the slider to set how quickly the options in the above menu. Click it to run
mouse pointer accelerates to its maximum the On-Screen Keyboard.
speed when the user holds down a MouseKeys 35The On-Screen Keyboard displays a
direction key. Hold down CTRL to speed up visual keyboard with all the standard
and SHIFT to slow down: Check this to keys. The user can select keys using the
allow the user to adjust his/her pointer mouse or another pointing device. It is
speed using a keyboard shortcut. Other also possible to use a single key or group
settings Use Mouse Keys when NUM LOCK is of keys to cycle through the keys on the
On or Off: This will allow the user to screen. To specify how the On-Screen
temporarily disable Mouse Keys by striking Keyboard will work, select the options
the NUM LOCK key. Display the Mouse Keys key. To specify settings for the On-Screen
icon on the toolbar: This allows easier Keyboard, click here.
access to the Mouse Keys feature. 36Windows Resource. To read about
19Turn on Sticky Keys: Check this to accessibility options offered by Windows,
remove the necessity of pressing two keys go to:
at once. For instance, to capitalize a http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows
letter, you normally must hold down shift /What-accessibility-features-does-Windows-
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