This section contains information about the server functions used with Microsoft Active Accessibility.
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||Allows an assistive technology (AT) application to notify the system that it is interacting with UI through a Windows Automation API (such as Microsoft UI Automation) as a result of a touch gesture from the user. This allows the assistive technology to notify the target application and the system that the user is interacting with touch.
||Sets system values that indicate whether an assistive technology (AT) application's current state affects functionality that is typically provided by the system.
||Creates an accessible object with the methods and properties of the specified type of system-provided user interface element.
||Creates an accessible object that has the properties and methods of the specified class of system-provided user interface element.
||Returns a reference, similar to a handle, to the specified object. Servers return this reference when handling WM_GETOBJECT.
||Retrieves a requested interface pointer for an accessible object based on a previously generated object reference.
This function is designed for internal use by Microsoft Active Accessibility and is documented for informational purposes only. Neither clients nor servers should call this function.
||Determines whether there is an installed WinEvent hook that might be notified of a specified event.
||Signals the system that a predefined event occurred. If any client applications have registered a hook function for the event, the system calls the client's hook function.