The Accessibility feature for Microsoft® Windows® CE .NET includes options that allow persons with disabilities to use computers more easily. The following table shows the accessibility options.
|Accessibility time-out||Enables a user to specify a time-out interval after which accessibility options turn off automatically.|
|High-contrast mode||Indicates that applications should provide high contrast between foreground and background visuals.|
|Mouse keys||Enables the user to control the mouse pointer by using the numeric keypad.|
|Show sounds||Indicates whether the user wants applications to present all important information in visual form, rather than presenting some important information only in audible form.|
|Sound sentry||Displays a visual signal when a sound is generated by a Windows CE–based application.|
|Sticky keys||Enables the user to type key combinations, such as CTRL+ALT+DEL, in sequence rather than simultaneously.|
|Toggle keys||Provides sound feedback when the user turns on or off the CAPS LOCK, NUM LOCK, or SCROLL LOCK key.|
The following table shows operating system design information for Accessibility.
|Dependencies||Requires Mouse, Keyboard, and Audio features.|
Modules and Components
The following table shows the components and modules that implement Accessibility.
|Accessibility Control Panel||cplmain||accessib|
Operating System Development Topics
Application Development Topics
Last updated on Friday, April 09, 2004
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