Mac OS® X 10.4 Tiger from Apple® allows you to control your computer in different ways that are especially helpful if you have difficulty with your vision, hearing, and/or mobility. These settings are found in the Universal Access pane in the System Preferences. This tutorial series takes a close look at the Universal Access options and how they can be used to improve your computer-using experience.
|2.||Becoming familiar with VoiceOver||26705||2:29|
|3.||Using VoiceOver with Safari||26706||2:22|
|4.||Navigating the contents of a Web page||26707||2:03|
|5.||Opening the VoiceOver menu||26708||1:12|
|6.||Working with the VoiceOver utility||26709||0:50|
|7.||Choosing Punctuation options||26710||1:40|
|8.||Choosing more options from the Verbosity tab||26711||1:54|
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