Developed by: The Trace Research and Development Center Madison, WI. Revision 2.0 April 1992 For Microsoft Corporation Mark Novak, Joe Schauer, and Gregg Vanderheiden
Access Pack provides the following features:
StickyKeys allows single-fingered typing SlowKeys ignores keys which are pressed accidentally or for a short time RepeatKeys adjusts or disables the keyboard repeat rate BounceKeys ignores keys which are pressed too quickly or at the same time MouseKeys allows control of the mouse cursor using the keyboard ToggleKeys provides audio queues when toggle keys are turned on or off SerialKeys allows control of the computer using an alternate input device ShowSounds provides a visual cue when sounds are generated TimeOut turns off the Access features when they're not being used
When all features are disabled, individuals who do not need them should not notice that the Access Pack is installed. Therefore, a computer on which Access Pack is installed can be used both by individuals who require it and those who do not.
It is recommended that Access Pack be installed on all computers which may be used by multiple people, such as public or workgroup machines.
The Access Pack software is fully compatible with most hardware configurations. Access Pack consists of three keyboard drivers and a mouse driver, which replace the standard Windows drivers which are used on most hardware. It also includes the Access Utility (ACCESS.EXE), a program that controls the Access function, and a few other files which the Access Utility uses.
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