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OpenOffice 3.x Getting Started Guide
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Accessibility options

Accessibility options include whether to allow animated graphics or text, how long help tips remain showing, some options for high contrast display, and a way to change the font for the user interface of the OpenOffice.org program.

Accessibility support relies on Sun Microsystems Java technology for communications with assistive technology tools. See Java options. The Support assistive technology tools option is not shown on all OOo installations. See Assistive Tools in OpenOffice.org in the Help for other requirements and information.

In the Options dialog, click OpenOffice.org > Accessibility.

Select or deselect the options as required.

Choosing accessibility options.

OpenOffice 3.x Getting Started Guide
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