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When you join a meeting in Skype for Business, you sometimes might want to mute your audio or video. Your screen reader tells you whether your microphone and camera are on.
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For keyboard shortcuts, go to Keyboard shortcuts in Skype for Business.
This topic assumes that you are using the built-in Windows screen reader, Narrator. To learn more about using Narrator, go to Complete guide to Narrator.
This topic assumes you are using this app with a PC. Some navigation and gestures might be different for a Windows phone or tablet.
To unmute or mute your microphone, press Windows logo key+F4.
To turn your camera on or off during a video call, press Windows logo key+F5.
Note: In the Conversation window, there is another way to turn your camera and microphone on or off. Tab to the Video or Microphone button, and then press Spacebar. The Video button is the fifth button and the Microphone button is the sixth.
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