How To: Use accessibility options in Windows XP

Use accessibility options in Windows XP

This video was made to help users with disabilities use Windows XP more efficiently in their lives. Starting with entering the control panel the and clicking on the accessibility options the user will have an array of options to help customize their settings to their needs. The demonstrator showed that sticky keys are for those who have a difficult time holding down buttons at once for functions. The filter key eliminates double strokes for certain keys so you would need to hold down a key to have the computer register it. The toggle key alerts the user when they push a control button alerting them that they have pushed it. All three functions helps the users if they have a hand, eye, or sound disability.

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