Accessibility Features of Microsoft Document Explorer
Microsoft is committed to making its products and services easier for everyone to use. This topic includes information about the features, products, and services that make Microsoft Document Explorer accessible for people with a wide range of abilities.
All features of Microsoft Document Explorer are accessible through the keyboard. For more information about existing keyboard shortcuts, see Shortcut Keys (Microsoft Document Explorer Help). For information about how to create your own keyboard shortcuts, see How to: Assign Shortcut Keys.
Font size and color
You can modify the font size used to display topics in the document window. For more information, see How to: Change Fonts and Colors.
You can customize the toolbar by adding or removing buttons, or by using small or large icons. For more information about customizing the toolbar, see How to: Modify Toolbars.
You can change the width of the navigation or document windows by moving your cursor over the divider between the two windows. When the cursor changes to a double-headed arrow, hold down the left mouse button and drag the divider to the right or left.
You can reposition Microsoft Document Explorer on your screen by selecting the title bar and dragging the document explorer to a new position.
Internet Explorer options
You can further customize the document explorer for accessibility by changing Internet Explorer options that are related to how Web pages are viewed. For more information changing these options, see How to: Set Default Home and Search Pages.