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Absolute Beginner’s Guide to Microsoft® Windows Vista™ by Shelley O’Hara, Ron Mansfield

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22. Using Ease of Access Features

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Microsoft has created Vista’s Ease of Access Center for people with special needs, but many of the features you find in the Center can be useful to everyone. For example, some features, designed to help those with vision difficulties, can be used by anyone wanting to magnify portions of a screen for a better look. Other features, created for the hearing impaired, can help everyone working in noisy environments or in places where computer alert sounds might be disruptive. Furthermore, you can customize the keyboard, as well as substitute an onscreen keyboard ...

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