Accessibility


At Pisegna & Zimmerman, LLC we are committed to making all information, communication, and content accessible to everyone.

Online Accessibility

Difficulty seeing? The following information explains how to easily make web pages accessible to you. 

  • Zoom in: Hold CTRL and + on Windows or Command, Shift, + on Mac to zoom in on a web page. 
  • Zoom out: Hold CTRL and – on Windows or Command, Shift, – on Mac to zoom out of a web page.

You may also set up your computer to have a voiceover for individuals with blindness or hearing difficulties. 

For Windows:

  • In Windows, search for and open Ease of Access settings.
  • Select Narrator, and then review the available features.
  • Use Narrator: Reads content and describes on-screen activity aloud.
  • Start-up options: Choose when you want Narrator to start.
  • Personalize Narrator’s voice: Select the voice you want Narrator use, as well as, voice speed, pitch, and volume.
  • Change what you hear when reading and interacting: Configure Narrator to control the level of detail Narrator provides for text, buttons, and controls.
  • Change what you hear when typing: Choose whether to hear words, punctuation, navigation and modifier keys as you type.
  • Choose keyboard settings: Select the keyboard layout and set the Narrator modifier key.
  • Use Narrator cursor: Choose how to interact with the Narrator cursor.
  • Use braille: Choose to download and install braille software.
  • Sync my settings: Set up Narrator so that your settings are applied for anyone who signs in to the computer.
  • Read faster with scan mode: Activate scan mode and use the up and down arrow keys to read content.

For Mac:

  • On the Apple menu, click System Preferences.
  • Click Accessibility > Speech.
  • Select the voice that you want to use.
  • Select the Speak selected text when the key is pressed check box, and then click Set Key to assign a keyboard shortcut that you want to use to hear text read aloud. The default keyboard shortcut is Option+Esc.
  • In your Office file, select the text that you want to hear, and then press the keyboard shortcut.

Sources: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/hear-selected-text-read-aloud-ce9fb073-2a4d-44d2-95f7-6a532f0ab112

https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c04763942