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IBM's Access DOS
StickyKeys , MouseKeys, RepeatKeys, SlowKeys, BounceKeys,
SerialKeys, ShowSounds and ToggleKeys
Win 95 and NT, go to Control Panel>Accessibility
Use if you want to use Shift, Ctrl, or Alt keys by pressing
one at a time.
Use if you want Windows to ignore brief or repeated keystrokes,
or slow the repeat rate.
Use if you want to hear tones when pressing Caps Lock,
Num Lock, or Scroll Lock.
Use if you want Windows to generate visual warnings when
your system makes a sound.
Use to tell your programs to display captions for the
speech and sounds that they make.
Use this if you want Windows to use colors and fonts designed
for easy reading.
Use if you want to control the pointer with the numeric
keypad on your keyboard.
Turns off Accessibility Options after set time.
Make a sound or display a message when turning a feature
on or off.
Allows you alternative access to keyboard and mouse features
thru a serial port device.
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