Blackboard 9 makes it possible to reorder page content using the keyboard. This feature is helpful for those who are not able to use the new drag and drop feature of Blackboard to reorder page content.

The text substitution feature of Mac OS X is intended to make it easier to type symbols (such as the copyright and trademark symbols) and fractions. However, you can use this feature to create a shortcut for any text you type on a regular basis.

Most options in the menus of Mac OS X applications can be activated with keyboard shortcuts. Every once in a while, you may come across an option that does not have a keyboard shortcut assigned to it. This tutorial will show you how to create your own shortcuts.

The Filter Keys feature in Windows 7 helps prevent unwanted keystrokes by adjusting the amount of time a key has to be pressed before its input is recognized by the operating system.

The Mouse Keys feature of Mac OS X lets you control the pointer using the keys on the numeric keypad rather than the mouse.

Mac OS X includes an onscreen keyboard that may be helpful to students who use a pointing device other than a mouse.

The Slow Keys feature of Mac OS X can be helpful to people who have problems with repeated keystrokes. This feature can be used to change how long a key has to be pressed before it is recognized by the computer. By setting a long acceptance delay, repeated keystrokes can be minimized.

The Sticky Keys feature of Mac OS X makes some keyboard shortcuts easier for people who have limited dexterity. When this feature is on, you can press the keys for a shortcut in sequence instead of needing to hold them down at the same time.

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