Many devices have built-in accessibility tools--screen readers, talk-to-text, zoom display, and more--that require you to turn them on. Links to information on how to do this is listed below by device.
- You can turn on many accessibility features right away when you first set up an iPad. Visit Apple’s support page for more information.
- To change your accessibility settings after you have already set up your iPad, go to “Settings,” then “Accessibility.” You can modify features such as VoiceOver, Zoom, Magnifier, Touch and more. Learn more about these features on Apple’s Accessibility Support page.
To access the accessibility tools on a Chromebook:
- At the bottom right, select the time. Or press Alt + Shift + s.
- Select “Settings”
- At the bottom, select “Advanced.”
- In the "Accessibility" section, select “Manage accessibility features.”
- Optional: To have quick access to accessibility features, turn on “Always show accessibility options” in the system menu.
Find out more about specific types of accessibility supports for Chromebooks.
Lenovo Thinkpad Laptops
- Go to “Settings” on the Home screen.
- Select “Accessibility.”
- Set up the accessibility feature you want to use.
Find out more about Lenovo Laptops’ accessibility features.