What is AT?
Screen reader accessibility option on Chromebooks that reads aloud text that is selected and can be paused and started again. Options to highlight each word as it is read. The color of the highlight can be changed. The masking feature will darken the rest of the screen while the highlighted text is being read aloud. The voice and language can be changed. The pitch, volume, and speed of the voice can be adjusted.
Type text with your voice. You can speak to enter text in most places you type. You can even add common punctuation when you say "comma," "period," "question mark," "exclamation mark," or "exclamation point."
Voice Typing in Google DocsType text with your voice Google Docs. Search the menu for "Voice Typing" or select VoiceTyping under "Tools." You can speak to enter text in most places you type. You can even add common punctuation when you say "comma," "period," "question mark," "exclamation mark," or "exclamation point."
Chromebook Accessibility Features
An overview of how to turn on and use each accessibility feature on Google Chromebooks.
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Where to Find Features
Select to Speak
Full Screen Magnifier
On Screen Keyboard
Large Mouse Cursor
Highlight Text Caret
Highlight Mouse Cursor
Highlight Object with Keyboard Focus
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