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https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/p/nvda-nonvisual-desktop-access/9nvl6z0tm57d

Description. NVDA (NonVisual Desktop Access) is a free “screen reader” which enables blind and vision impaired people to independently use the Windows Operating system. It reads the text on the screen in a computerised voice. You can control what is read to you by moving the cursor to the relevant area of text with a mouse or the arrows on ...

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/use-a-screen-reader-to-explore-and-navigate...

To learn more about screen readers, go to How screen readers work with Microsoft Office. When you use Word for the web with a screen reader, switch to the full screen mode. Press F11 to toggle the full screen mode on and off. When you use Word for the web, we recommend that you use Microsoft Edge as your web browser.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/topic/use-a-screen-reader-with-the-accessibility...

To learn more about screen readers, go to How screen readers work with Microsoft Office. Check for and fix accessibility issues in your content. To run the Accessibility Checker, press Alt+Windows logo key+R, Q. The focus moves to the Accessibility Checker pane on the right side of the screen.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/topic/use-a-screen-reader-to-explore-and-navigate...

The screen reader announces the buttons as you move. From the toolbar, you can switch to another view or to an installed app. The horizontal menu bar is at the top of the screen. To navigate within the menu bar, press the Tab key or Shift+Tab. The screen reader announces the buttons and fields as you move.