[Chrome OS] Turn on accessibility features
If you're visually impaired or have trouble typing, you can make your Chromebook screen easier to see, have web pages read out loud, and make your keyboard easier to use.
Turn on accessibility features
- At the bottom right, select the time. Or press Alt + Shift + s.
- Select Settings .
- At the bottom, select Advanced.
- In the "Accessibility" section, select Manage accessibility features.
Optional: To have quick access to accessibility features, turn on Always show accessibility options in the system menu.
- In the "Accessibility" section, select the boxes next to:
- Text-to-speech: Turn on the screen reader or Select-to-speak.
- Display: Turn on high contrast mode or screen magnifier, or change screen resolution or text size.
- Keyboard: Turn on sticky keys, on-screen keyboard, keyboard focus highlighting, keyboard repeat rate, or word prediction. Learn how to type with your voice.
- Mouse and touchpad: Turn on navigation buttons in tablet mode, automatic clicking, tap dragging, cursor highlighting, or change the cursor's size or color.
- Audio: Play all sounds together through all speakers or play sound on startup.
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