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By Craig Mill on Thursday 2nd February, 2012 at 4:18pm
Ease of Access Centre Guide
Microsoft has included a range of accessibility features (Accessibility Options) in its operating systems since Windows 95.
Windows 7 incorporates several improvements such as a change of name from 'Accessibility Options' to 'Ease of Access Centre'. These features provide a valuable but often overlooked method of supporting learners with additional support needs.
The Ease of Access Centre, found in the Control Panel, brings together all the accessibility options and adds some new features.
You can download the Ease of Access Centre Guide from the CALL website - for free.
Windows 7 On-Screen Keyboard video tutorial
One of the new built-in features is the On-Screen Keyboard which offers word prediction to help with typing speed and accuracy. The following tutorial highlights some of the key features.