Start or stop Narrator

Start or stop Narrator. Sadržaj koji pruža Microsoft. Vrijedi za: Windows 10. There are three ways to turn Narrator on or off: In Windows 10, press Windows logo key + Ctrl + Enter on your keyboard. In earlier versions of Windows, you may need to press Windows logo key + Enter. On the sign-in screen, select the Ease of access button in the lower-right corner, and turn on the toggle under ...

Start or stop Narrator

Start or stop Narrator. Content provided by Microsoft. Applies to: Windows 10. There are three ways to turn Narrator on or off: In Windows 10, press Windows logo key + Ctrl + Enter on your keyboard. In earlier versions of Windows, you may need to press Windows logo key + Enter. On the sign-in screen, select the Ease of access button in the lower-right corner, and turn on the toggle under ...

Complete guide to Narrator - Windows Help

An overview of Narrator including how to start and stop it. Chapter 2: Narrator basics: How to get around the screen, find and open apps, change what Narrator reads, and adjust speech rate and volume. Chapter 3: Using scan mode: How to use scan mode to navigate apps, email, and the web. Chapter 4: Reading text : How to read and get info about text, such as font, text color, and punctuation ...

Chapter 1: Introducing Narrator in Windows 10 - Windows Help

The links at Narrator Home include QuickStart, Narrator guide (which takes you to this online user guide), What’s New, Settings, and Feedback. You can also control whether Narrator Home opens when Narrator starts in Narrator settings or by using the checkbox on Narrator home. Two ways to start and stop Narrator

Chapter 6: Using Narrator with touch in Windows 10 ...

To start Narrator on a Windows device that doesn’t have a keyboard, press the Start button and the Volume Up button together on your device. Press these buttons again to stop Narrator. Touch gestures. You can use gestures to interact with Narrator and your device. To explore and hear items on a screen, drag one finger around the screen. When you hear an item that you want to use, double-tap ...

Hear text read aloud with Narrator

To start or stop Narrator, press Windows logo key + Ctrl + Enter. To see all Narrator commands, press Caps Lock + F1 after you open Narrator. If your device has a touchscreen, tap it three times with four fingers. Note. For detailed info about how to use Narrator, including a complete list of Narrator keyboard commands, see Complete guide to Narrator. Use Scan Mode to get going fast. Scan Mode ...

Chapter 7: Customizing Narrator in Windows 10 - Windows Help

Start and stop Narrator using the Windows logo key + Ctrl + Enter on a keyboard, or the Windows button + Volume up button on a touch device. Start Narrator after sign-in for me. Narrator will start automatically when you sign in to your PC. Start Narrator before sign-in for everyone. Narrator will run on your PC before anyone signs in. Show Narrator Home when Narrator starts. You can also turn ...

Chapter 4: Reading text using Narrator in Windows 10 ...

This chapter explains a few ways you can start reading text with Narrator. You can also get detail on the formatting of the text you’re reading. The first and simplest way to read with Narrator is to use the arrow keys to navigate text if you’re interacting with a document in a word processor, such as Microsoft Word. You can also use scan mode to read text. To turn on scan mode, press ...

Hear text read aloud with Narrator - Windows Help

Start narrator automatically. You can choose whether Narrator starts automatically each time you sign in. Voice. Choose a voice. With this drop-down menu you can select different types of voices in Narrator, if they're available in your language. Speed. You can change the speed of the voice with this slider. Pitch. You can change the pitch of the voice with this slider. Sounds you hear. Read ...

Appendix B: Narrator keyboard commands and touch gestures ...

Narrator has two possible keyboard layouts: Standard and Legacy.Commands for each are listed below. For the scan mode commands, go to Chapter 3: Using scan mode.. Note: The commands that include plus (+) and minus (-) refer to the physical key and don’t require Shift as a modifier. Unless explicitly called out, it isn’t necessary to include Shift before the equal key to make it the plus ...
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