NVDA has a preference that uses audio cues to let you know where you are on the screen as you move the mouse. This option is helpful when you are getting started with NVDA and need to get more familiar with the layout of items on the screen.

The Windows 7 speech recognition can be used to simulate mouse functions such as right-clicking, double-clicking and scrolling with a mouse wheel.

Windows 7 includes several options to make the cursor easier to locate on the screen if you have low vision.

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

Mouse Locator is a free pointer enhancement that can make it easier to find the pointer on the screen if you have low vision.

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