The Windows 7 Narrator can be used as a basic screen reader. This tutorial covers how to use the keyboard and Narrator to turn on the accessibility features of Windows 7 and change other settings found in the Ease of Access Center.

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

The Windows 7 speech recognition feature can be used to dictate and edit documents. This document covers the most commonly used commands for dictation with the Windows 7 speech recognition feature.

The Windows 7 speech recognition feature allows you touse your voice to control your computer. This tutorial covers some of the most commonly used commands for the speech recognition feature.

Windows 7 includes a speech recognition feature you canuse to control your computer and even dictate entiredocuments. This feature is found in the Ease of Access Center of the Control Panel.

Windows 7’s Ease of Access Center provides access to all of the operating system’s accessibility settings in one location.

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

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.

Windows 7 includes several themes that can be used to customize the display with matching icons and backgrounds. Several of these themes are high contrast for low vision users.

If you have low vision and your display is set at a high resolution, the default size of the icons in Windows 7 may be too small for you to see comfortably. The Appearance and Personalization settings of the Control Panel include an option for enlarging the icons and text to make them easier to see.

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