- Links to 5 tools to give you easier access to this website
- How to translate any of our web pages into your language.
1. Links to 5 tools to give you easier access
- On a Windows PC, go to ‘Settings; (bottom left in W 10) – then ‘Ease of Access’, then adjust all menu items in turn, as you need.
- Click here for Accessibility change options on an Apple Mac operating system.
- Most users with disabilities will need more advanced utility programs for daily use. Have a look at AbilityNet a UK Charity specialising in Technology to help people with disabilities.
- Or go to BBC my web, my way.
- Customize your Android device using ‘accessibility’ settings and apps. e.g. screen reader TalkBack: To interact with your device using touch and spoken feedback, in ‘settings’ go to ‘accessibility’ then ‘screen readers’ and turn on the TalkBack screen reader. TalkBack describes your actions and tells you about alerts and notifications. ‘Select to Speak’: If you want spoken feedback only at certain times, you can turn on Select to Speak. Then select items on your screen to hear them read or described aloud, or point the camera at something in the real world.
2. How to translate any of our web pages into your language
First set up Google Translate. Right click on Google dots at top right of any Google Chrome page, and click on ‘More tools’; then ‘extensions’, and search for ‘google translate’. Install or activate as necessary, and a blue mini ‘G’ icon (Google Translate) will appear in the icons top right.
Then on any web page you want to translate, left click on blue Google icon at top right of the Google Chrome page, and then click ‘translate this page’. Then choose your language from the drop-down list.
page updated 29 August 2019. © 2019 Social enterprise Diabetes-cutmyrisks.co.uk.