C/C++ Developer's Guide
This section provides information about how Microsoft Active Accessibility works from the perspective of a C or C++ application developer. It covers issues specific to client and server developers.
Note that a client is an accessibility aid or other application that uses Microsoft Active Accessibility to obtain information about user interface elements. A server is an application that uses Microsoft Active Accessibility to provide information about user interface elements.
Note Active Accessibility Text Services is deprecated. Please see Microsoft Windows Text Services Framework for more information on advanced text input and natural language technologies.
Build date: 11/28/2012