About accessibility for people with disabilities

Microsoft is committed to making products that are accessible to everyone, including individuals who experience the world in different ways because of difficulties or disabilities.

Accessibility features in Picture Manager

Many accessibility features are built into Microsoft Picture Manager. These features are available to everyone.

Keyboard shortcuts

Many features and commands are available directly from the keyboard. You can also view and print lists of all the shortcut keys available.


You can customize Picture Manager to better suit your needs. You can zoom in on your pictures to see more detail on the screen. If you use the Microsoft IntelliMouse or Microsoft IntelliMouse Trackball pointing device, you can scroll and zoom directly by using the mouse instead of clicking buttons on the screen.

Additional resources

You can learn more about accessibility features in Microsoft products from the Microsoft Accessibility Today Web site. To learn about creating accessible content for your Web pages, refer to this Introduction to Web Accessibility (W3C).

System accessibility options

If you own a Microsoft Windows-based computer, you can set or change system accessibility options. Many of these options affect the way you work in Microsoft Office programs. For example, the Microsoft Windows Sticky Keys feature is designed for people who have difficulty holding down two or more keys at a time. When a shortcut in an Office program requires a key combination, such as CTRL+P, Sticky Keys will enable you to press one key at a time instead of pressing them simultaneously. Tutorials for Sticky Keys can be found at Accessibility Tutorials for Microsoft Products.

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