Configuring access for for the disabled


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Configuring access for for the disabled

One of the most powerful features of the Mac OS is also a feature that few of us rely on, Universal Access. This is a group of features built into the Mac OS that allows those with certain physical limitations to use the Mac. While it's designed primarily for those with vision and hearing challenges, there are a couple of features that those without these issues can benefit from. We'll go there through System Preferences and Universal Access in the top row. You see that there are four tabs. Seeing, Hearing, Keyboard, and Mouse & Trackpad.

So let's walk through them. The first entry is VoiceOver. VoiceOver is the screen reader that's built into Mac OS X. This is really, really good software. On a Windows machine you'd have to pay thousands of dollars for this kind of capability, but it's thrown in for free with Lion. Now when you turn on VoiceOver. (Male Speaker/Computer: Welcome to VoiceOver. VoiceOver speaks descriptions of items on the screen and can be used to ...

Configuring access for for the disabled
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Configuring access for for the disabled provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Christopher Breen as part of the Mac OS X Lion Essential Training

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Business
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Mac OS X
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