Basics: MSN accessibility options

MSN is dedicated to providing accessible products. To help increase readability and work better with assistive technology, MSN supports the following accessibility options:

  • Keyboard shortcuts: Navigate MSN using keyboard shortcuts rather than a mouse. For more information, see Touch and keyboard navigation.

  • Highlight box: A highlight box identifies which user interface element is selected as you navigate MSN using the keyboard.

  • Search suggestions: When you use the search box, MSN displays a list of suggestions based on popular searches. Use your keyboard arrows to scroll through the list, and then press Enter to choose a suggestion.

  • Video player accessibility: Starting October 2013, the MSN video player will have closed captioning and keyboard navigation.

Depending on your operating system (OS) and web browser, additional accessibility options may be available. For more information, check help documentation for the operating system and web browser.

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