Feature: Voiceover reads text to you and can be used to control the computer using only the keyboard
Feature: Zoom allows the user to zoom in and navigate a page with higher visibility.
Steps: Click System Preferences on the dock, Accessibility, Zoom, then choose either of the following options:
To zoom with keyboard shortcuts, select "Use keyboard shortcuts to zoom."
To zoom with your mouse or trackpad, select "Use scroll gesture with modifier keys to zoom."
Feature: Under the Display options, you can alter the coloration and/or enlarge cursor size to improve visibility.
Steps: Click System Preferences on the dock, Accessibility, Display, then check "Invert Colors" for a black background with white font, "Use Greyscale" for a grey display, and/or "Enhance Cursor Size" to enlarge the cursor
Feature: Dictation and Speech reads text on the computer screen aloud.
Steps: Click System Preferences on the dock, Accessibility, Dictation and Speech, Text to Speech, select checkbox for “Speak selected text when the key is pressed,” choose the key/key combination you prefer (when text is highlighted and these keys are pressed the text will be read aloud