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    Thanks for sharing your feedback with us Fernanda. We're going to give you a link to the LinkedIn Accessibility Support page (https://www.linkedin.com/accessibility) where you can get more information on content creator guidelines and best practices. Please continue to leave your feedback and upvote posts that you agree with.

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    Thanks for sharing this feedback with us Matt. If you're using a supported device you can opt-out of requiring a PIN to boot it up. Here's a support article with additional details (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/security/information-protection/bitlocker/bitlocker-group-policy-settings#bkmk-hstioptout). We'll also be sure to share this feedback with the engineering team. Please continue to leave your feedback here and upvote posts that you agree with.

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    Thanks for sharing this feedback with us on the taskbar Dan, we will make sure to pass this on to the engineering team. Please continue to leave your feedback here and upvote posts that you agree with.

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    Thanks for sharing this feedback with us on using Narrator with CyberLink PowerDVD. Since CyberLink is a Third-Party product we're going to refer you to their support center where you can get assistance with their customer service team (https://www.cyberlink.com/support/index.html) . Please continue to leave your feedback here and upvote posts that you agree with.

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    Thanks for sharing this feedback with us on the On-Screen Keyboard Seonghun, we have a few questions about your post. 1. What version of Windows are you using? 2. What specific behavior with the input function on the On-Screen Keyboard would you like to experience on the taskbar icon, internet browser, and other features in Windows?

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    Hi Rajib, thanks for sharing your feedback with us. This forum is intended for accessibility feedback on Microsoft products, so we're going to share with you a link to Outlook UserVoice so that you can share your feedback on sharing an e-mail with them (https://outlook.uservoice.com/). Please continue to give your feedback and upvote posts that you agree with.

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    Thanks for sharing this feedback with us Karel. Whenever a customer leaves accessibility feedback in this forum we pass it on to the engineering team and they work to improve our products. The feedback you left earlier on balancing the audio on the Xbox is an active request that the engineering team is looking into. As always please continue to leave your feedback here and upvote posts that you agree with.

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    Thanks for sharing this feedback with us on Windows 10. When using Magnifier you have the option of choosing a Full screen, Docked or Lens View when using Windows, and you can use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + Alt + M to switch between each of those views. You can also use Windows Logo Key + Plus (+) or Minus (-) to zoom in or out. You can also use Ctrl + Alt + I to invert the colors as well. Here's a support article as well on how you can use Magnifier to make things on the screen easier to see (https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/11542/windows-use-magnifier-to-make-things-easier-to-see) as well as one on changing the text size (https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4028566/windows-10-change-the-size-of-text) and mouse/pointer size (https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/27928/windows-10-make-windows-easier-to-see). Please continue to leave your feedback here and upvote posts that you agree with.

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    Thanks for sharing this feedback with us on Windows 10 Dark Mode we will pass this information on to the product team. In the meantime if you go to Settings (Press Windows Logo Key + I) you can select Personalization > Colors, then under the "Choose your color" dropdown you can select "Custom" as an option and choose if you want a color you selected accented on title bars, borders, the Start Menu, Taskbar, and Action Center to name a few programs. Please continue to share your feedback and upvote posts that you agree with.

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    Thanks for sharing this feedback with us, we're going to share contact information for our Disability Answer Desk where you can call or chat with a live agent (aka.ms/DAD). Our Disability Answer Desk agents troubleshoot Windows and Office technical problems for customers with disabilities, and our agents also have knowledge about additional accessibility features as well. Please continue to leave your feedback here and upvote posts that you agree with.

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    Thanks for sharing this feedback with us Alan, while the Disability Answer Desk doesn't have e-mail support, we do have chat support where you can chat with an agent 24/7 and receive support whenever you need it. They can be reached at aka.ms/DAD. Please continue to leave your feedback here and upvote posts that you agree with.

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    Thanks for sharing this feedback with us Alan, we're going to share contact information for our Disability Answer Desk where you can call or chat with a live agent (aka.ms/DAD). Our Disability Answer Desk agents troubleshoot Windows and Office technical problems for customers with disabilities, and our agents also have knowledge about additional accessibility features as well. Please continue to leave your feedback here and upvote posts that you agree with.

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    Thanks for sharing this feedback with us on Excel Ben, we will make sure to pass this on to the engineering team. Please continue to leave your feedback here and upvote posts that you agree with.

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    Thanks for sharing this feedback with us Ben, we've passed your input about the Read Aloud speed slider on to the engineering team. Please continue to leave your feedback here and upvote posts that you agree with.

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    Thanks for sharing this feedback with us on Narrator, we will make sure to pass this feedback on to the engineering team. Please continue to leave your feedback here and upvote posts that you agree with.

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    Hi Brianna, thanks for sharing your feedback with us. This forum is intended for accessibility feedback on Microsoft products, so we're going to share with you a link to Outlook Uservoice so that you can share your concern with them (https://outlook.uservoice.com/). Please continue to share your feedback and upvote posts that you agree with.

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    Thanks for sharing this feedback with us, we weren't able to reproduce these issues in SQL Server Management Studio 2018. We're going to refer you to the enterprise Disability Answer Desk at aka.ms/eDAD where you can reach a member of that team for further questions. Please continue to leave your feedback and upvote posts that you agree with.

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    Hi Scott, when you compose a message in Outlook you can customize whether or not the From or BCC fields appear by selecting them in the Options tab in the Office Ribbon. Please let us know if you have any additional questions and continue to leave your feedback as well as upvote posts that you agree with.

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    Thanks for sharing this feedback with us on our support page Kylie, we will make sure to pass this feedback on to the engineering team. Please continue to leave your feedback here and upvote posts that you agree with.

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    Thanks for sharing this feedback with us JR, we're going to share with you a support article on Focus Assist that you can enable to avoid distracting notifications (https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4026996/windows-10-turn-focus-assist-on-or-off). Additionally you can turn off animations in Windows by opening Ease of Access (Windows Logo Key + U) and selecting Display > Show animations in Windows (Toggle Off). Please continue to leave your feedback here and upvote posts that you agree with.

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