ICT Handouts & Tutorials
Welcome to the training section of the Sight for Surrey website. Here you will find downloadable step-by-step guides and tutorials on a wide range of topics including.
- Windows 10 Accessibility Features
- Microsoft Office with JAWS
- Apple iPhone with VoiceOver
- Android with TalkBack
- Amazon Echo with Alexa
Note: All of the downloadable handouts and tutorials are in accessible PDF format. They may not download correctly, depending on how your browser is configured. This can have implications for users of screen reading software. If you are using Google Chrome, you can specify that PDF files are downloaded to your computer, rather than being opened in a browser window. To do this, follow these steps:
- Press ALT and F. Upon doing this, the chrome dropdown menu will be displayed.
- Press UP ARROW until the Settings menu option is selected and press ENTER. Upon doing this, the Settings screen will be opened in a new Tab.
- In the Settings screen, locate and activate the link named Privacy and Security.
- Next, locate and activate the link named Site Settings.
- Now locate and activate the button labelled Additional Content Settings. Upon doing this, a list of additional settings will be displayed.
- Locate and activate the link named PDF Documents.
- Finally, locate the button labelled “Download PDF files instead of automatically opening them in Chrome” and ensure that it is toggled to the “On” setting.
- Press CTRL and F4 to close the Settings Tab.
That’s it, now when you activate one of the handouts or tutorials, it will be automatically downloaded to the Downloads folder on your computer.
It is recommended to use Adobe Reader to open and view PDF files. You can download this program for free, from the following web site:
Apple iPhone with VoiceOver
The following 3 lessons are designed to introduce you to the VoiceOver screen reader, found on all Apple iOS devices. They provide valuable information regarding your iPhone, as well as how to navigate the various screens in conjunction with VoiceOver. By the end of these 3 lessons, you should have a good understanding of the buttons and switches found on your iPhone, how to start VoiceOver, how to navigate the various screens found on your iPhone using ‘Gestures’, how to adjust VoiceOver settings, how to type and edit text and how to close running apps. In addition, you should have a good understanding of terminology used in the world of Smart Phones!
It is recommended that you work through the lessons, in the order they are presented, in order to maximise your learning! Good luck and enjoy!
Note: These lessons have been designed for devices which have a Home Button. For reference, these devices are the iPhone 6s, 7, 7+, 8, 8+, SE and SE2.
- Apple iPhone with VoiceOver – Lesson 1 Orientation and Basics
- Apple iPhone with VoiceOver – Lesson 2 – Working with Apps
- Apple iPhone with VoiceOver – Lesson 3 – Editing Text
Microsoft Word 2019 with JAWS
The following handouts have been designed to assist you in performing common tasks in Microsoft Word 2019, in conjunction with the popular and powerful screen reading program called JAWS for Windows.
- Navigating the Different Areas of the Program Window using JAWS
- Saving a Document using JAWS
- Opening a Document using JAWS
- Navigating and Reading Documents with JAWS
- Selecting Text in Documents using JAWS
- Changing the Font and Point Size of Selected Text Using JAWS
- Changing Margins Using JAWS
- Changing Page Orientation Using JAWS
- Changing Paragraph Alignment Using JAWS
- Changing Paragraph Line Spacing Using JAWS
- Locating and Correcting Spelling Errors using JAWS
- Finding and Replacing Text Using JAWS
- Applying Bullets and Numbering Using JAWS
- Applying a Paragraph Border Using JAWS
- Applying a First Page Border Using JAWS
- Inserting a Table using JAWS
- Navigating a Table using JAWS
- Entering Text into a Table using JAWS
- Setting JAWS to Read Column Headings in a Table
- Selecting Rows and Columns in a Table using JAWS
- Inserting Rows and Columns into a Table using JAWS
- Deleting Rows and Columns from a Table Using JAWS
- Automatically Fitting Data in a Table Using JAWS
- Centring Text on a Page Using JAWS
- Inserting Headers and Footers using JAWS
- Changing the Default Font and Point Size for All New Documents Using JAWS
- Password Protecting a Document using JAWS
- Removing Password Protection from a Document using JAWS
- Using the Format Painter with JAWS
Note: The version of JAWS used in the creation of these handouts was 2020. However, versions 2019 and 2018 of JAWS should also work absolutely fine when performing the tasks outlined in each handout.