Windows keyboard shortcuts for accessibility

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Windows 10


Accessibility shortcuts can help you use your PC with a keyboard or assistive device.

The following is a list of keyboard shortcuts for assistive technologies in Windows 10, including Magnifier, high contrast, and others.

To see a list of keyboard shortcuts and touch gestures for Narrator in Windows 10, see Narrator keyboard commands and touch gestures.

Magnifier keyboard shortcuts

Press this key To do this
Windows logo key  + Plus sign (+) Turn Magnifier on
Windows logo key  + Esc Turn Magnifier off
Windows logo key  + Plus sign (+) or Minus sign (-) When Magnifier is on, zoom in or out
Ctrl + Alt + mouse scroll wheel Zoom in and out using the mouse scroll wheel
Windows logo key  + Ctrl + M Open Magnifier settings
Ctrl + Alt + arrow keys Pan in the direction of the arrow keys
Ctrl + Alt + I Invert colors
Ctrl + Alt + F Switch to full screen view
Ctrl + Alt + L Switch to lens view
Ctrl + Alt + D Switch to docked view
Ctrl + Alt + M Cycle through views
Ctrl + Alt + R Resize the lens with the mouse
Shift + Alt + arrow keys Resize the lens with the keyboard
Ctrl + Alt + Spacebar Quickly see the entire desktop when using full screen view

 

Additional accessibility keyboard shortcuts

Press this key  To do this
Right Shift for eight seconds Turn Filter Keys on and off
Left Alt + left Shift + Print screen Turn High Contrast on or off
Left Alt + left Shift + Num lock Turn Mouse Keys on or off
Shift five times Turn Sticky Keys on or off
Num lock for five seconds Turn Toggle Keys on or off
Windows logo key  + U Open the Ease of Access Center
Windows logo key  + Ctrl + C Turn color filters on or off
Windows logo key  + Ctrl + N Open Narrator settings
Windows logo key  + Ctrl + S Turn on Windows Speech Recognition
Windows logo key  + Ctrl + O Turn on the On-Screen Keyboard

 

Additional keyboard shortcuts