Presentation on theme: "Universal Access on Mac OS X Computer Access for Individuals with Hearing Impairment."— Presentation transcript:
Universal Access on Mac OS X Computer Access for Individuals with Hearing Impairment
To find the Universal Access options on a Mac, click the apple in the upper left corner of the screen, and select System Preferences from the menu. First, click here Then, click here
In the System Preferences window, select Universal Access. This option is pointed out above. Click here
HEARING TAB Universal Access for individuals with hearing impairment
When a Mac application needs the users attention, it can either play a beep sound, or it can flash the entire screen, like a camera flash, instead. Using the screen flash, the user will get the message no matter where his/her attention is focused on the screen. Screen flash works with every application that uses the system beep.
Mac Resource To read more about accessibility options offered by Mac for individuals with hearing impairment, go to: – http://www.apple.com/accessibility/macosx/visio n.html http://www.apple.com/accessibility/macosx/visio n.html