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    2 comments  ·  Microsoft Accessibility Feedback  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Hi Rick,

    We’ve seen many request like this cross our forum. This is something that is in work. we’ll follow up with the product team to see if we can get any specifics with regards to bringing that back.

    Thank you fo contacting us, and if there’s something else we can do for you, please feel free to reach out.

    Sincerely,

    The Microsoft Disability Answer Desk team.

    PinkPower commented  · 

    Agreed. Please!

    Windows has removed the option to make fonts larger and darker. This along with the adjustments I could make in Windows 10 was enough. There is a free third-party registry tweak that allows one the option to change the font size and make it darker. However, IT will not install software from unknown persons. Please! Bring this feature back.

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    PinkPower commented  · 

    Have you tried Learning Tools? https://educationblog.microsoft.com/2017/08/learning-tools-word-desktop-immersive-reader-update/ . It may be helpful until the other can be implemented.

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    PinkPower commented  · 

    MS Disability Answer Desk Team,

    Thanks!

    PinkPower commented  · 

    I am using PowerPoint 2016 installed. I have access to Windows Narrator text to speech, Windows Narrator, Windows-Eyes, and TextAloud. I am using Windows 10 Pro. I also have a MacBook Pro on Sierra. Are there any tools that I could use to just read the PowerPoint presentation from beginning to end without telling me what button, text box, etc. I am on. My office installation 365 is set to "deferred updates". I am unable to change this because I am not the admin. Is there a way I can for my personal installations? The insider fast has accessibility updates that I find useful. Thank you,

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    PinkPower commented  · 

    Please consider adding a fixed percentage zoom to the reading pane of Outlook 2016 and for Outlook 2013 installed that works with either Windows 7 and Windows 10. At work and home, this feature would be very useful. One has to increase the zoom for each email (it does not remember the zoom percentage). Right now, the only option I know of is either a Macro where one still has to open the email or an add-in by Sperry (which I cannot install at work). Thank you for looking into this issue.

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    4 comments  ·  Microsoft Accessibility Feedback  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Hello Karl,

    Thank you for alerting us with this issue. You’re correct inthat without the resizing or font change option, it can make it difficult to see the desktop icons. Therefor, I’ll forward this on to our product managers to get this issue raised and possibly resolved.

    Again, thank you for reaching out to us about this.

    Sincerely,

    The Microsoft Disability answer Desk team.

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    PinkPower commented  · 

    Yes, I also use this. Thanks!

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