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Maplewood Computing is committed to accessibility in both software and our website. Under the Windows Control Panel, Ease Of Access there are a number of features that will make computer screens easier to see.
Change the font size in your computer's operating system or browser.
Changing system fonts in Mac OS involves downloading third party software like TinkerTool to make system wide changes, including font size.
Changing font size in a browser varies depending on which one you're using.
Your computer can read aloud text that is printed on the screen.
Narrator is a program that comes with installed with Windows that reads what is displayed on your screen: the contents of the active window, menu options, or the text you have typed.
Apple's VoiceOver is a built in screen reader that lets you interact with your Mac based on spoken descriptions. To start VoiceOver Press Command + F5 and your computer should begin to speak the content of your screen.
There are many text to speech add-ons for your web browser.
There are numerous screen readers available to purchase or for free download. Wikipedia's list of screen readers can help you select an appropriate one for you and your operating system.
Press Ctrl and plus (+) to zoom in. Press Ctrl and minus (-) to zoom out.
Check your monitor settings for any adjustments that may make viewing easier.