1 - Contents
VoiceOver Getting Started Table of Contents
2 - Introduction
This chapter explains what VoiceOver is, tells you what you need to start using it, and describes the tools and learning aids you can use to learn how to it.
3 - Introduction to Mac OS X
This chapter introduces you to the basic features of Mac OS X, information that will help you use VoiceOver more effectively. It also includes a description of the screen layout, windows, the Finder, and System Preferences.
4 - Keyboard Basics
Learn about the differences between a Mac and PC keyboard and the key commands used to control VoiceOver. You’ll also learn how to use the built-in keyboard practice and how to set preferences in Mac OS X and VoiceOver if you have difficulty using a keyboard.
5 - VoiceOver Basics
Learn how to use VoiceOver to navigate and control the Mac, read and interact with text, controls and objects and adjust basic VoiceOver settings.
6 - Using VoiceOver with Mac OS X
Learn how to use the Finder, Dock and Spotlight to manage files, folders and windows, launch and switch between running applications.
7 - VoiceOver Utility and Preferences
Learn how to use the VoiceOver utility to customize VoiceOver to suit your needs including setting verbosity, the pronunciation dictionary, web browsing options and more.
8 - Web Browsing and Email
Learn how to set up an Internet connection, use Mail and the Safari web browser to send and receive email and browse the Internet.
9 - Reading and Editing Text
Learn how to use VoiceOver to read and edit text, check spelling, hear text attributes, and cursor tracking.
10 - Advanced Navigation Skills
Learn how to control the keyboard, mouse, and VoiceOver cursors independently, and control the mouse cursor using the keyboard. You’ll also learn how to use the mouse with VoiceOver and how to assign key commands to the NumPad Commander.
11 - Braille
Learn how to use refreshable Braille displays with VoiceOver, set Braille options, and customize input keys.
12 - VoiceOver Appendix
Hear a list, by category, of all of the key commands you can use to control VoiceOver. The categories in order are: General, Orientation, Navigation, Text, and Interaction.