Accessibility Tutorials for Microsoft Products

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Posted by Chris on January 03, 2002 at 21:36:58:

In Reply to: What training is available to learn about or use assistive devices? posted by D. Gerard on December 30, 2001 at 20:50:36:

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If you're running Microsoft Windows, Word, Outlook, Internet Explorer, etc., and have difficulties using a mouse, you may want to take advantage of the accessibility features built in these products. You can find more information from the tutorials available at They show you in a side by side format how to use the keyboard instead of the mouse to navigate, select options, and change settings. If you type with one hand or finger, you can also find keyboard layouts and keyboard shortcuts for Microsoft products at

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