|Accessibility Options in Internet Explorer|
Many features make Internet Explorer more accessible for people with disabilities.
To enlarge the text on a Web page you are viewing, click the View menu, point to Text Size and click the size you want.
You can add or remove buttons, change the size of icons and show or hide the text on labels if you right-click the toolbar and click Customize and make your choices.
You can change the color of the background and font on web pages.
Click the Tools menu> and click Internet Options. On the General tab, click the Colors button near the bottom of the dialog box.
Click to uncheck "Use Windows Colors." Then click, in turn, in the Text box, Background box and Link boxes to select the colors you want to display and click OK. Then click OK to set your choices.
Advanced options make Internet Explorer even more accessible.
Click the Tools menu> and click Internet Options.
Click the Advanced tab and select the settings you want to allow you to read the page better, play sounds, eliminate background colors and images and more.
Go to http://www.seniornet.org/ibm to sign up for an IBM Web Adaptation Technology login account so you can use software that will help you view or listen to web pages.
Microsoft’s Accessibility site at: http://www.microsoft.com/enable/