Export (0) Print
Expand All

Accessibility Features of Microsoft Seller Dashboard Help

Published: August 22, 2014

Microsoft Seller Dashboard Help includes features that make it accessible to a wider range of users, including those who have limited dexterity, low vision, or other disabilities.

Keyboard Shortcuts for Using the Help Window

If you use Windows Internet Explorer, you can use the following keyboard shortcuts in Help to quickly accomplish many common tasks.

noteNote
By default, the Mozilla Firefox browser doesn’t support the use of the TAB key for keyboard shortcuts. For information about turning on support for the TAB key, see Firefox Help.

 

To do this Use this keyboard shortcut

Display the Help window.

F1

Select the next hidden text or hyperlink.

TAB

Select the previous hidden text or hyperlink.

SHIFT+TAB

Perform the action for the selected Show All, Hide All, hidden text, or hyperlink.

ENTER

Opens the File menu in Internet Explorer.

ALT+F

Opens the Edit menu in Internet Explorer.

ALT+E

Opens the View menu in Internet Explorer.

ALT+V

Opens the Favorites menu in Internet Explorer.

ALT+A

Opens the Tools menu in Internet Explorer.

ALT+T

Opens the Help menu in Internet Explorer.

ALT+H

Within views, navigate through multiple pages.

PAGE UP or PAGE DOWN

Within views, navigate to the first or last item on the current page.

HOME or END

Stop the Help window from opening a Help topic (useful if you want to stop a Web page from downloading).

ALT+O, and then press S

Open the Internet Options dialog box in Internet Explorer, where you can change accessibility settings.

ALT+T, and then press O

Close the Help window.

ALT+F4

Procedures

For information about accessibility features when you’re using a web browser other than Windows Internet Explorer, consult that browser's Help.

To change the appearance of a Help topic

  1. To customize the colors, font styles, and font sizes used in Help, open the Help window.

  2. Click Options, and then click Internet Options.

  3. On the General tab, click Accessibility. Select Ignore colors specified on Web pages, Ignore font styles specified on Web pages, and Ignore font sizes specified on Web pages. You can also choose to use the settings specified in your own style sheet.

  4. To change the colors used in Help, see "To change the color of the background or text in Help". To change the font, see "To change the font in Help."

To change the color of the background or text in Help

  1. Open the Help window.

  2. Click Options, and then click Internet Options.

  3. On the General tab, click Accessibility. Then, select Ignore colors specified on Web pages. You can also choose to use the settings specified in your own style sheet.

  4. To customize the colors used in Help, on the General tab, click Colors. Clear the Use Windows Colors check box, and then select the font and background colors that you want to use.

    noteNote
    If you change the background color of the Help topics in the Help window, the change also affects the background color when you view a Web page in Windows Internet Explorer.

To change the font in Help

  1. Open the Help window.

  2. Click Options, and then click Internet Options.

  3. On the General tab, click Accessibility. To use the same settings as those used in your instance of Windows Internet Explorer, select Ignore font styles specified on Web pages and Ignore font sizes specified on Web pages. You can also choose to use the settings specified in your own style sheet.

  4. To customize the font style used in Help, on the General tab, click Fonts, and then click the font style you want.

    noteNote
    If you change the font of the Help topics in the Help window, the change also affects the font when you view a Web page in Internet Explorer.

See Also

Show:
© 2014 Microsoft