Turn On the Voice Narrator for Windows 7

Edited by Lukward Thomason, Crystal, Jen M

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Steps

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    Start off by going to the 'Control Panel'
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    To go there, we need to click on the 'Start Menu' button in the bottom left-hand corner of the screen.
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    Click on 'Control Panel'
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    Once the window opens, we're looking for 'Ease of Access'
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    Click it once, and a new section will open.
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    In this section, we need to press 'Ease of Access Center'
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    When the window opens, we need to click on 'Start Narrator'
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    Wait for it to load.
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    When the Narrator window opens, he will read us all of the text that is on the screen
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    For future use, we can choose the main narrator settings which are; 'Echo User's Keystrokes', 'Announce System Messages', 'Announce Scroll Notifications', and 'Start Narrator Minimized'.
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    Once we are ready, we can minimize the 'Narrator' window
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    Now we can close the 'Control Panel' window, and use our Windows 7 computer with 'Microsoft Narrator' assistance
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    This concludes our tutorial on how to turn on the 'Narrator' in Windows 7
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Recent edits by: Crystal, Lukward Thomason

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