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Accessibility (Surface Hub)

Trudy Hakala|Last Updated: 4/6/2017
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Microsoft Surface Hub has the same accessibility options as Windows 10.

Default accessibility settings

The full list of accessibility settings are available to IT admins in the Settings app. The default accessibility settings for Surface Hub include:

Accessibility featureDefault settings
High contrastNo theme selected
Closed captionsDefaults selected for Font and Background and window
KeyboardOn-screen Keyboard, Sticky Keys, Toggle Keys, and Filter Keys are all off.
MouseDefaults selected for Pointer size, Pointer color and Mouse keys.
Other optionsDefaults selected for Visual options and Touch feedback.

Additionally, these accessibility features and apps are returned to default settings when users press I'm Done:

  • Narrator
  • Magnifier
  • High contrast
  • Filter keys
  • Sticky keys
  • Toggle keys
  • Mouse keys

Change accessibility settings during a meeting

During a meeting, users can toggle accessibility features and apps in a couple ways:

Image showing Quick Action center on Surface Hub

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