Internet Explorer offers many accessibility options to assist you in exploring the web. These options include:
- Zoom in on a page: With a page open in Explorer, you can use keyboard shortcuts to zoom in or zoom out of a page. Hit the Control key and the + key to zoom in and hit the Control key and the – key to zoom out. You can also click Settings >> Options >> Appearance >> and move the Zoom slider to increase or decrease zoom.
- Make text larger or smaller: To change text size, in Internet Explorer press the Alt key to display the menu bar >> click View >> then click Text size. Choose to make text larger or smaller than the size on the screen.
- Change font size, formatting and screen colors: in Explorer, go to Tools >> Internet Options >> select one of the three buttons “Colors” “Fonts” “Accessibility” and make your selections.
- Keyboard navigation: In Explorer, you can quickly move around the web by using one key and one key combination: the Tab key or the Shift plus the Tab key. More keyboard shortcuts are available on the Microsoft Shortcut page.
- Customize to work with a screen reader or voice recognition program: go to Tools >> Internet Options >> select options under Accessibility, Browsing, and Multimedia
For more information about Internet Explorer Accessibility, visit the Microsoft Accessibility page.