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LPIC-1/CompTIA Linux+™ Certification All-in-One Exam Guide by Robb Tracy

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Configuring Accessibility

To support a diverse workforce, you need to be familiar with how to configure accessibility settings on the Linux systems you manage. In this part of the chapter, you will learn how to configure accessibility settings for physically and visually impaired users using the following tools:

• Keyboard accessibility

• Mouse accessibility

• Screen readers

• Screen magnifiers

• Braille devices

• Desktop themes

Before you can use many of these tools, however, you need to enable Assistive Technologies. To do this, you need to access your Assistive Technologies Preferences application. On a Fedora system, this is done by selecting System | Assistive Technologies, then marking Enable Assistive Technologies. This is shown in Figure ...

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