Frequently Asked Question
How do I turn on or off Chromebook accessibility features?
Last Updated 4 years ago
Turn on accessibility features
- Sign in to your Chromebook.
- Click the status area, where your account picture appears.
- Click Settings.
- In the "Accessibility" section, you can adjust the following:
- Show accessibility options in the system menu: Adds the Accessibility menu item to your status area.
- Show large mouse cursor: Makes the cursor bigger and easier to see.
- Use high contrast mode: Makes text easier to read.
- Turn on sticky keys: Holds down the ChromeVox keys so you don't have to press them first every time.
- Turn on ChromeVox spoken feedback: Describes what is happening on the screen.
- Turn on screen magnifier: Makes items on the screen bigger.
- Turn on tap dragging: To move objects on the screen, tap and drag your finger.
- Automatically click when the mouse pointer stops: Click without using your mouse.
- Turn on on-screen keyboard: Shows a keyboard that can be clicked with a mouse (or tapped if you have a touch screen)