Screen reader content
This article is for people with visual impairments who use a screen reader program with the Office products and is part of the Office Accessibility content set. For more general help, see Microsoft Support home.
Use To Do with your keyboard and a screen reader to access a task list quickly by pinning it to your Windows Start menu as a Live Tile. We have tested it with Narrator and JAWS, but it might work with other screen readers as long as they follow common accessibility standards and techniques.
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Pin a list to the Start menu
Pinning a task list to the Windows Start menu as a Live Tile allows you to quickly preview the list content without opening it in the To Do app.
In To Do, press the Tab key until you hear: "Lists," followed by the name of the currently selected list.
Press the Up or Down arrow key until you hear the name of the list you want to pin to the Start menu.
To open the context menu, press Shift+F10.
Press the Up or Down arrow key until you hear "Pin to Start," and then press Enter.
To confirm pinning the Live Tile, press the Tab key until you hear "Yes," and then press Enter.
Note: To remove a pinned list from the Start menu, repeat the steps above until you hear "Unpin from Start," and then press Enter.
Access a list from its Live Tile
You can quickly access a list in the To Do app by selecting its Live Tile in the Windows Start menu.
To open the Start menu on your computer, press the Windows logo key.
Press the Tab key until you hear: "Pinned tiles."
Use the arrow keys to navigate to the To Do Live Tile you want. You hear: "To Do," followed by the name of the list, the number of list items, and a preview of the list content.
To open the list in To Do, press Enter.
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