|Kips Information Technology Class 10
|Unit-4 Web Applications and Security
|15 Working with Accessibility Options
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|Kips IT Class 10 Solutions
- A. Select the correct option.
- B. Fill in the Blanks.
- C. Write T for True and F for False.
- D. Answer the following questions.
- What are the most common disabilities for which Windows provides solutions?
- Write a short note on Magnifier.
- Differentiate between the Toggle key and Sticky key.
- What is the use of Narrator option?
- Write a short note on: a. Filter Keys, b. Setting up high contrast
A. Select the correct option.
1. Sound Sentry is designed to help those who have Hearing disability.
2. The Screen Narrator is used by those who have problems in their Vision.
- Physical Movement
3. Caps Lock, Scroll Lock, and Num Lock are Toggle keys.
4. The Filter key is used to recognise multiple keys pressed as a single key press.
5. High contrast is used to reduce Eye strain.
- Eye strain
B. Fill in the Blanks.
1. Turning on Filter Keys will make the computer recognise multiple key presses as a single key press.
2. Hearing impairment is the inability to hear beeps or other warning sounds or even the audio portion of the video.
3. The Magnifier tool is helpful for the people with impaired vision.
4. Turning on Sticky Keys will allow the user to press one key at a time instead of pressing all the keys together.
5. Dexterity impairment prevents the user from proper handling of the mouse or keyboard.
C. Write T for True and F for False.
1. The Screen Magnifier is not helpful for the people who are suffering from vision problem. – FALSE
2. The Docked view is used to set the mouse pointer, the keyboard strokes, and the nsertion point. – TRUE
3. Text tuning is used to place the text on the screen that is easier to read for a long time. – TRUE
4. The Set volume list box is used to make the voice louder. – TRUE
5. The On-Screen Keyboard disables the physical keyboard. – FALSE
6. There are total five Toggle Keys. – FALSE
7. The Ease of Access Center allows all the settings to be customised. – TRUE
D. Answer the following questions.
What are the most common disabilities for which Windows provides solutions?
The most common disabilities for which Windows provides solutions are Visual, Hearing, Physical/Motor impairment, and Learning disabilities.
Write a short note on Magnifier.
A Magnifier tool is helpful for the people with impaired vision as it enlarges the different parts of the screen in such a way, that people with visual impairment can easily see the objects on the screen. To turn on the Magnifier, simply click on the Start Magnifier option.
Differentiate between the Toggle key and Sticky key.
Sticky Key is useful for those who face difficulty in pressing more than one key at a time (like Ctrl +Alt+ Del). Turn on Sticky Keys will allow the user to press one key at a time instead of pressing all the keys together.
Caps Lock, Num Lock, and Scroll Lock keys are the Toggle Keys. If you press Caps Lock to obtain all capital letters then pressing the Caps Lock again will turn it off and now all the lowercase letters will be typed.
What is the use of Narrator option?
Narrator is a screen reader utility which reads aloud any text on the screen.
Write a short note on: a. Filter Keys, b. Setting up high contrast
a. Filter Keys: Turn on Filter Keys will make the computer recognise multiple key presses as a single key press. Due to trembling of the hands or stiffness of the finger joints, some people face difficulty in pressing a key on the keyboard. Instead of a single press of the key, they may press it more than once.
b. Setting up high contrast: High contrast amplifies the colour contrast of some text and images on the computer screen to reduce eye strain and makes the items more distinct and easier to identify. People with poor vision can see in a much better way if the display is set to high contrast.