- Computer accessability advice for visually an hearing impaired, and those with limited dexterity
- Using the Ease of Access Center in Windows Vista
- How to use your computer's accessibility options to make your cursor bigger or text easier to read
- Using Windows Vista's voice recognition tool, StickyKeys, ToggleKeys and FilterKeys
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What's in this guide
How to use the Ease of Access Centre in Windows Vista, including voice recognition, magnifier and high-contrast and large text options
Visual alerts, StickyKeys, ToggleKeys, FilterKeys and mouse options. Plus, computer accessibility in Windows XP