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Windows XP Tutorial - The Wizard of Acc
Using The Accessibility Wizard
If you have trouble seeing things on the screen, hearing alerts, or using the keyboard or the mouse, the Accessibility Wizard is for you. And, for those who just want to mess around with the font sizes and icon sizes in the Windows display, this is an easy way to change both text size and icon sizes. And don't be afraid to experiment either. At the end of the Accessibility Wizard you'll have a chance to cancel any or all of the changes you've made along the way.
First to access the Accessibility Wizard, Click Start --> All Programs -->Accessories--->Accessibility--->Accessibility Wizard.
Once you've opened the Accessibility Wizard, you'll see the following dialog:
In the above dialog you have several options which you can choose based on what you wish to change. For this tutorial, we've chosen to change the font and icon sizes. Moving right along:
The next step is choosing the icon size you wish to use. If you're having trouble seeing or clicking on the normal size icons, just pick a larger size and click "Next>"
Sometimes using a high contrast color scheme is the answer to being able to see things better or make things like text and icons stand out better. While not the prettiest thing you've ever seen, function is often more important than form, right?
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