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Download Windows 8 Accessibility Tutorial Guide

The Windows operating system provides some of the most useful accessibility features and assistive technology (AT) applications to help almost anyone to use Windows PC, even those have disabilities. Windows 8 Accessibility Tutorial guide provides feature information and keyboard shortcuts for individuals who want to make their computer easier to see, hear and use.
With Windows 8, you can easily access the most commonly used accessibility options right from the sign-in screen by clicking the Accessibility button or by pressing the Windows logo key + U and choosing the desired settings for your PC that you want to have available each time it starts.

 This 88 page Windows 8 Accessibility Tutorial Guide provides an overview of Accessibility in Windows 8 including what is new in Windows 8 Accessibility, Ease of Access, Personalization, Mouse and Keyboard, Keyboard Shortcuts.

 Windows 8 Accessibility Tutorial Guide (pdf) can be downloaded from Microsoft here.


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