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Copilot for Microsoft 365: your everyday AI companion

Learn about how Copilot for Microsoft 365 can be used to help you perform tasks faster.

Learn how to use Copilot for Microsoft 365

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Explore accessibility tools

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Learn how to use Narrator, Magnifier, color filters, and other sight-related tools to best suit your vision.

Learn about vision-related tools

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Customize Windows and use hearing-related tools such as live captions and mono audio to fit your hearing needs.

Explore hearing assistive tools

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Discover the tools that help you stay focused and organized and improve your reading and writing skills.

Discover tools for neurodiversity

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Improve your writing, reading, and math skills and communicate with confidence and inclusiveness.

Uncover tools for learning

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Use accessibility tools such as eye control, dictation, or on-screen keyboard to suit your mobility needs.

Find mobility assistive tools

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Mental Health

Learn to use tools that can help you improve your mental focus and minimize distractions.

Try mental health assistive tools

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Microsoft Adaptive Mouse, Hub, and Buttons accessories

Create a setup unique to you with your choice of Microsoft Adaptive accessories, developed for people who have difficulty using a traditional mouse and keyboard—and anyone who wants to increase their PC productivity.


Support the disability community

Make your content accessible to all and learn about Microsoft 365 accessibility features.


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Use your keyboard efficiently

Windows and Microsoft 365 apps are designed to work seamlessly with keyboards. Keyboard shortcuts can help you work more efficiently and reduce repetitive tasks.



Get support from the Disability Answer Desk

See the resources available on the site or contact the support team if you have questions related to accessibility.

Get support from the disability answer desk

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