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Accessibility Information for Azure Backup Agent

Published: October 10, 2012

Updated: April 7, 2014

Applies To: Windows Server 2008 R2 with SP1, Windows Server 2012

Microsoft is committed to making its products and services easier for you to use. Most accessibility provisions that are offered through Windows are available when you use Azure Backup Agent.

Keyboard shortcuts are combinations of two or more keys that, when they are pressed, can be used to perform a task that would typically require a mouse or other pointing device. Keyboard shortcuts can make it easier to interact with your computer. This saves you time and effort as you work with Windows and other programs.

Most programs also provide accelerator keys that can make it easier to work with menus and other commands. Check the menus of programs for accelerator keys. If a letter is underlined in a menu, it usually means that pressing the ALT key in combination with the underlined key will have the same effect as clicking that command.

You can turn on the high-contrast mode in the Windows Control Panel to make the screen easier to see if you have low-vision.

  1. On the Start screen, type control panel and then press ENTER to open the Control Panel.

  2. Click Ease of Access.

  3. In the Ease of Access Center, click Optimize visual display.

  4. In the High Contrast area, click Choose a high contrast theme to open Personalization and then choose the high contrast theme that is best for your needs.

Images that appear on the Microsoft Azure Backup web portal pages contain Alt tags. When you place your cursor over the image, a text description of the image appears for use with screen readers or other assistive technologies. Alt tags might not be used if they provide no additional information or are redundant with other text.

Microsoft builds accessibility into our products that enable everyone to personalize their PCs to make them safer and easier to see, hear, and use. Accessibility is a fundamental consideration during product design, development, testing, and release. To learn more about the accessibility features available, visit the Microsoft Accessibility web site.

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